The world of dinosaurs is about to return to the big screen with the blockbuster Jurassic World: Dominion, the end to the Jurassic World trilogy and possibly the Jurassic Park franchise. The first trailer for this movie was also officially released on February 10, revealing the first images when humans and dinosaurs coexisted on modern Earth.
Although it is not clear what the plot of Dominion is, but as a work of Jurassic World, it is indispensable for large, gentle dinosaurs to have but also to be fierce. Here are all the species that appeared in the trailer of this movie.
Parasaurolophus is a herbivorous dinosaur that appeared briefly in Jurassic Park and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. The “crested” protruding above their head is not a horn as many people mistakenly believe, but is actually a part of the skull, which enhances their hearing and ability to communicate. In the trailer, we can see Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) herding a herd of Parasaurolophus across the savannah, as if he’s trying to tame them, just like he did with his Blue dinosaur.
Apatosaurus is one of the herbivorous dinosaurs that appear in all the movies of Jurassic World. Its distinctive features are its super-long neck, long tail, short front legs, and flattened nose with two extremely small nostrils. Apatosaurus appeared in Dominion’s trailer while moving through an icy area, partly showing that the dinosaurs would have a lot of trouble adapting to the climate of modern Earth.
We can see a lot of Deinonychus appearing in the Dominion trailer, mainly in the scenes of attacking people or taking care of their young. There are two versions of Deinonychus: The first is a scaled version of the Blue dinosaur (also known as the Velociraptor in Jurassic Park and Jurassic World), and the second is a furry version, close to nature. than.
Mosasaurus only appeared briefly in the Dominion trailer, but it was one of the most impressive scenes, when it launched from the ocean to attack a fishing boat. Most likely this is the Mosasaurus from the previous 2 Jurassic World movies, but now it has more freedom and freedom to move between all the oceans on Earth. With a fierce nature and huge jaws, Mosasaurus is probably the most dangerous creature in the Dominion, because before it had eaten an Indominous Rex alive with just one powerful bite.
Tyrannosaurus is an important symbol for the Jurassic World franchise, and it’s not surprising that they also appear in this movie. T-Rex has appeared in all the Jurassic Park projects, sometimes playing a violent enemy, sometimes playing a fearsome ally of humanity. Tyrannosaurus is a typical giant arthropod, a superior hunting machine, and the tyrant ruler of the vast dinosaur world.
A skeleton of Compsognathus appeared briefly in the reunion scene between Dr. Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern) and Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill). Compsognathus is especially dangerous when hunting in packs, as was evident in The Lost World, Jurassic Park 3, and Fallen Kingdom. Many Compsognathus were rescued in the previous movie, so it’s not surprising if they continue to “land” in Dominion, even though the new trailer only shows us their fossils.
In the trailer, Therizinosaurus appears as it tracks Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) in a forest. Despite being a herbivore, Therizinosaurus had many strange and cruel actions. A new species in Jurassic World, they are a feathered and beaked dinosaur that is closely related to raptors, although their super-long claws are more commonly used for clinging to the ground than for hunt.
Disturbing a corner of a square in Europe, a pair of Allosaurus almost swallowed Owen in the Dominion trailer. In the movie Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, an Allosaurus has successfully escaped from an erupting volcanic island so that it can continue to appear in the upcoming blockbuster. This dinosaur can be considered a smaller version of the Tyrannosaurs, with the distinctive difference in the horn-like parts on their heads.
In the Dominion trailer, a giant Quetzalcoatlus tore through the sky and crashed into Owen and Claire’s plane. Quetzalcoatlus is a dinosaur that has never appeared in the Jurassic Park and Jurassic World movies before. With the ability to fly skillfully in the air, they promise to expand the scale of the battle between humans and dinosaurs, thereby becoming more diverse and more attractive.
Accompanying Quetzalcoatlus in the air raid was also a group of aggressive Pteranodon. Although they are smaller, they also possess the ability to fly very well, having appeared in every movie of this franchise since Jurassic Park: The Lost World and creating chaos to varying degrees. . Pteranodon is perhaps the most recognizable dinosaur of the Dominion, thanks to its distinctive crown of head and long spear-like beak.
In the trailer, there was a moment when Claire was confronted by a colorful Dilophosaurus. This dinosaur has not returned since the Jurassic Park series, promoted as capable of spewing corrosive acid to attract visitors to this park. In reality, Dilophosaurus probably wouldn’t have been able to spit out such a dangerous chemical compound but only possessed deadly venom. Furthermore, there is no fossil evidence that Dilophosaurus existed in the wild, and they are most likely the result of experiments conducted by genetic experimenters in Jurassic Park.
The Dominion trailer also features a swarm of Nasutoceratops using their powerful horns to knock over human armored vehicles. Despite bearing many similarities to the classic dinosaur Triceraptor, Nasutoceratops has never appeared in any of the Jurassic World movies. Unlike Triceraptor, they do not have a horn at the tip of the snout, and seem to have become much more aggressive in nature.
In the most climactic scene of the trailer, a dinosaur somewhat larger and scarier than T-Rex lurched out of the dark and approached the main character. Having appeared in Dominion’s teaser and defeated a tyrannosaur in a hand-to-hand fight, this is the Giganotosaurus. What it can do in this blockbuster is still a mystery, but for sure, Giganotosaurus will be one of the scariest “last bosses”, and the greatest predator in the new world. of dinosaurs.
According to ScreenRant