Colin Trevorrow closes the new trilogy of the 'Jurassic Park' saga with the return of the original cast: Sam Neill (Alan Grant), Laura Dern (Ellie Sattler), and Jeff Goldblum (Ian Malcolm).
You want some good news? Jurassic World: Dominion, the long-awaited seed of Jurassic World (2015) and Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom (2018), has just released its first 'teaser' poster. But there is also bad news, as, due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, Universal Pictures has decided to delay its release from June 11, 2021, to June 10, 2022. The cast of Jurassic World 3, as you'll recall, will be headed by Chris Pratt (Owen Grady) and Bryce Dallas Howard (Claire Dearing), who this time will be accompanied by the trio starring Steven Spielberg's original Ela Jurassic Park (1993): Sam Neill (Alan Grant), Laura Dern (Ellie Sattler) and Jeff Goldblum (Ian Malcolm).
"For the last three months, I've worked with extraordinary casts and crews on a film we can't wait to share with the world," said director and co-host Colin Trevorrow on his official Twitter profile, from which he has posted the 'teaser' poster - which you can see below in this news. "Although we'll have to wait a little longer, everything will be worth it. Let's stay healthy and take care of each other until then."
THE LAST OF SEVERAL ANNOUNCED DELAYS
Jurassic World: Dominion's delay to June 2022 adds to the latest date dances on study calendars to fit the COVID-19 pandemic. With no time to die with Daniel Craig as James Bond will finally arrive on April 2, 2021, and Fast & Furious 9, also from Universal, will do the same on May 28, 2021. For his part, and in the face of the results of Christopher Nolan's Tenet, which has grossed just over $300 million at the global box office, Warner Bros. has decided to postpone Dune to October 1, 2021, and the same has happened with his DC Comics productions The Batman (March 4, 2022), The Flash (November 4, 2022) Shazam! Fury of the Gods (June 2, 2023) and Black Adam (undated). Finally, Matrix 4, the return of Keanu Reeves as Neo, has been advanced by four months, from April 1, 2022, to December 22, 2021.
On the next installment of Jurassic World, Colin Trevorrow began recording earlier this year until he was forced to stop in March as a result of the pandemic. Filming was subsequently reactivated in July and since then everything has been practically on wheels, except for some positive one within the team and slight changes in locations. Colin Trevorrow's first Jurassic World ended up raising the $1.67 billion cold and J.A. Bayonne's Fallen Kingdom, Jurassic World, amassed the negligible noon of $1.3 billion. With its movement to 2022 and the end of filming initially pointed out for the month of October - if everything goes as planned - Universal would have plenty of time for the post-production phase, which would help make the film another bomb at the box office. If you see its premiere far away, you can always watch the animated series Jurassic World: Cretaceous Camp on Netflix. Right up we left you his official trailer.