The Jurassic World: Dominion Super Bowl trailer may not offer vastly different film from the one released this past week, however is sure to save the fervor high for the threequel. The biggest draw of the new trailers is the returns of the original Jurassic Park cast, a component of the film that has caught fans’ consideration since it was affirmed Neill, Goldblum and Dern would get back to their notable roles. Both Jurassic World: Dominion trailers have also offered a lot of teases of the original cast’s involvement in trying to rebalance the new world of dinosaurs and humans.
One of the most interesting elements of the Jurassic World: Dominion Super Bowl trailer is its doubling down of the conclusion of the “Jurassic period.” Though this would seemingly point towards the finish of the franchise, maker Frank Marshall has previously affirmed it won’t be the final part of the Jurassic Park franchise yet rather will make the ways for the start of another time of dinosaurs and humanity cohabiting. The truth will surface eventually what’s to come from the threequel when Jurassic World: Dominion hits theaters on June 10.
On the heels of unveiling the official first gander at the film, Universal Pictures has released another Jurassic World: Dominion trailer during the Super Bowl. The video offers new film from the hotly anticipated Jurassic Park sequel set of three finale featuring the returns of the original franchise triplet and new leads Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Look at the exciting trailer beneath:
Another Jurassic World: Dominion trailer arrives during the Super Bowl offering a glance at the hotly anticipated Jurassic Park sequel set of three closer. The action-experience threequel picks up four years after the events of its predecessor, in which the notable Isla Nublar was destroyed, as humanity tries to adjust to dinosaurs currently roaming the mainland. Jurassic World: Dominion will see Owen and Claire set out on a globe-trotting venture with an end goal to find a way for humanity to survive, putting them on the way of doctors Alan Grant, Ellie Sattler and Ian Malcolm.