Colin Trevorrow, director of Jurassic World Dominion, explains what to expect from Laura Dern, Sam Neill and Jeff Goldblum in the third installment of the dinosaur-based reboot.
Except jolts, Jurassic World Dominion should be in the room in the June 2021, involving in the cast as we now know the trio historian of the first seminal Jurassic Park, that is Laura Dern, Sam Neill e Jeff Goldblum: director Colin Trevorrow, back at the helm of this reboot trilogy, after skipping Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom run by JA Bayona, spoke to Collider about what’s to come in a titanic feature film.
It’s the film I’ve been waiting to make, from the very beginning. The past two films set the stage for this. It was part of the story that unites the three films, part of the project. I believe people are underestimating the scope andimportance of the characters by Laura Dern, Sam Neill and Jeff Goldblum in this film. It really is an ensemble. This fact is exciting, and then there is the ability they have to support these characters for nearly thirty years, to understand how they interact with each other in the context of a world we have never seen before. I’m having a lot of fun.
Of course we hope to have fun like Trevorrow: if nothing else, the boisterous blockbuster nature should be reiterated to the nth degree, because if you remember the ending of the destroyed kingdom, now the dinosaurs only free for the world, ready to unleash the Jurassic apocalypse. We reiterate that in the cast of Jurassic World Dominion, in addition to the historical trio, there are the protagonists of the reboot, that is Chris Pratt e Bryce Dallas Howard. The screenplay is co-written by Colin Trevorrow with Pacific Rim’s Emily Carmichael.