Colin Trevorrow presented a feathered creature in an unpublished photo
Jurassic World: Domain, third film in the saga, had a new image released, which shows a more realistic dinosaur.
On Twitter, the director Colin Trevorrow shared the photo from the film, which shows a dinosaur with its body covered in feathers. The look is a little more faithful to what historians say, who over the years have come to compare prehistoric creatures with birds rather than lizards. The previous notion was widely spread by Jurassic Park – Dinosaur Park, 1993 classic by the director Steven Spielberg.
Check out the new image of Jurassic World: Domain –
In addition to the unpublished photo, Trevorrow also took the opportunity to reveal a beautiful unpublished poster of the film, which shows a mosquito biting a dinosaur. In the franchise’s universe, it was through blood samples collected from fossilized mosquitoes that scientists were able to recreate dinosaurs today. In the Tweet, the director also made an appeal to the public: “let’s go back to the cinemas”.
See the unpublished poster –
the debut of Jurassic World: Domain is scheduled for June 2022. In the United States, where movie theaters are already back in operation with mass vaccination of the population, a special preview will be shown before the screenings. Fast and Furious 9. This unpublished material is expected to be posted on the internet over the next few months.
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