Jurassic World 3 Image Shows New Baby Dinosaur
To soften the blow of Jurassic World: Dominion's latest production delay, director Colin Trevorrow shares a sweet picture of a new baby dinosaur.
A new Jurassic World: Dominion set photo shows an adorable new baby dinosaur. The final installment in the Jurassic World trilogy is already highly-anticipated among audiences, largely because it will bring back the original Jurassic Park trio of Sam Neill, Jeff Goldblum, and Laura Dern. Beyond that, Dominion will see the returns of several Jurassic World players, including leads Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. Plot details are still being kept under wraps, but based on the way the previous film, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, ended, it looks like dinosaurs will be running free in the outside world this time around.
Unfortunately, Dominion has been struck with its fair share of obstacles. Production was first suspended back in March because of the coronavirus pandemic, though director Colin Trevorrow was able to continue editing from home. Dominion was one of the first movies to resume filming amid the pandemic in July, and despite rumors that it shut back down immediately after, has remained underway up until this point. Today, Trevorrow announced Dominion's production is shutting down once again for two weeks as a precautionary measure.
To soften the blow about Dominion's latest delay, Trevorrow shared a picture of a new dinosaur. This baby lystrosaurus is a herbivore and has yet to be seen within the Jurassic World franchise. Making the image even more adorable is the little mask he has on. You can see the image down below.
Throughout the course of Dominion's production, fans have been treated to several set photos of various dinosaurs, including the terrifying new pyroraptor. More than anything, audiences tune into the Jurassic World films because they want to see dinosaurs come to life, and it certainly feels like Dominion has plenty of new ones for everyone to enjoy. Of course, not all of them will be friendly, and it's surely going to take a lot of manpower to wrangle them back into their holdings.
Because of the many setbacks production has undergone, Dominion was recently delayed from June 2021 to June 2022. It's disappointing that audiences will have to wait an extra year to see how the Jurassic World franchise comes to an end, but this will ensure Trevorrow and his team have enough time to make it the best conclusion possible. Perhaps while this delay continues, Trevorrow will share more pictures of the dinosaurs found within Dominion. After all, it would definitely help tide fans over until 2022. Who doesn't love a good dino picture?