Universal Pictures has released a new trailer for the upcoming film Jurassic World: Dominion. The trailer serves as a prologue to the film. It shows dinosaurs roaming the earth 65 million years in the past.

The new film works on the premise that after the events of the first two Jurassic World movies, humans and dinosaurs now share the planet. It’s an interesting take on a teaser, since fans haven’t seen the ancient creatures in their natural habitat. According to Screenrant, the film was recently completed.

Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard return to their roles in the second sequel to the wildly successful “Jurassic World.” They also starred in “Fallen Kingdom.” Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldbum, and BD Wong will also reprise their prior roles.

The movie is set to be released on June 10, 2022. The COVID-19 pandemic caused several delays in the film. The entire industry experienced similar setbacks, so it’s not unusual.

There are some easter eggs in the trailer as well. Keen-eyed fans will notice that the drive-in theater in the teaser is showing American Grafitti, which was co-written by Steven Spielberg‘s close friend George Lucas.

Seven new species of dinosaurs that haven’t yet appeared in the franchise get the focus in the new trailer. The Prologue sets up the juxtaposed old and new dinosaur eras quite well. Colin Treverrow said that at least some of the new dinos will appear in the film itself.

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