The set pics reveal the return of a classic sequel dinosaur and a potential return to Isla Sorna
With Jurassic World: Dominion being one of the first projects to officially get the green light to resume filming, all eyes are on Colin Trevorrow to deliver a noteworthy threequel. With original Jurassic Park stars Sam Neill, Laura Dern, and Jeff Goldblum joining the party fans are hoping for the mother of all sequels – and some new set photos have revealed a potential return to Site B and a classic sequel dinosaur.
Production on the film resumed in the UK after an enforced delay following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, but with things getting back into full swing – titbits of information are finally emerging from the set – including confirmation of the return of the Compsognathus, or Compy’s as they have become affectionately known. The tiny green dinos first made their debut in Steven Spielberg’s The Lost World: Jurassic Park and they made quite an impact. Well, get ready for a long-overdue reunion because in a behind-the-scenes look at the movie published by the New York Times – a production artist can be seen applying the finishing touches to a crate full of animatronic Compy’s. Check it out below:
Yes, the sly little critters are back for more! And if that isn’t enough to have you hollering around the living room like a Velociraptor hunting an Iguanodon – the second image appears to show Chris Pratt’s Owen Grady sneaking through what appears to be the forests of Isla Sorna (Site B). Take a look:
Okay, this looks incredible. In recent weeks, both Sam Neill and Laura Dern have posted images from the set which reveal the return of Doctor Alan Grant’s iconic hat: Let’s take a look:
Fallen Kingdom climaxed with the dinosaurs running amok on civilization, but these new photos suggest that some of them may have been recaptured and returned to Site B. How Alan Grant, Ellie Sattler, and Ian Malcolm fit into proceedings remains to be seen, but with the dinosaurs rampaging through neighborhoods it appears to be all hands on deck to save the world from dinosaur domination.
Jurassic World: Dominion releases in 2021.
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(Source: The New York Times)