[UPDATE] the second official trailer for Jurassic World Dominion, first shown at CinemaCon 2022, has been released online.
Towards the conclusion of the Universal presentation at CinemaCon 2022, Jeff Goldblum (Ian Malcolm) and Bryce Dallas Howard (Claire Dearing) took the stage to introduce a new trailer for Jurassic World Dominion – which, we remind, will be released in Italy on June 2, 8 days before the US release.
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Although Cinemacon footage is not usually released immediately, it could happen later. In the meantime, those who could not participate in the event can rely on the descriptions provided by the press agent who went there, such as that of the editors of /Film.
WARNING: POSSIBLE SPOILERS
DESCRIZIONE DEL MATERIALE MOSTRATO AL CINEMACON
The new footage kicks off with Maisie Lockwood, the clone girl from “Fallen Kingdom,” chopping firewood in a wintry landscape. We then see that Owen’s beloved raptor Blue has had a baby, a baby Blue, if you will [they’re talking about Beta, probably born by parthenogenesis]. This is something we had seen in the previous trailer. Unfortunately, things go wrong in a hurry as Blue’s baby is captured by hunters. Things continue to go south as Blue bites Pratt’s Owen, who promises to get the baby dino back. We then see BD Wong’s Henry Wu who says, “We’ve made a terrible mistake,” marking a pretty big change of heart from when we last saw him.
Owen ramps up a bike and Howard’s Claire puts a metal pole between some vehicles before a raptor that’s chasing them [probably an Atrociraptor] They then get to the good stuff as they recruit Sam Neill’s Alan Grant and Laura Dern’s Ellie Sattler. Owen then says, “I made a promise we would bring her home,” with Jeff Goldblum’s Ian Malcolm quipping, “You made a promise to a dinosaur?” Owen simply replies, “Yeah, why?”.
Another shot that appears to be of the original trio standing next to each other sees them with their arms out in front of them, much in the same way that Owen holds his arm out toward Blue or the other raptors in the first “Jurassic World.” Another moment sees Owen believing he’s out of danger with his back against some glass, but we can see a huge dinosaur coming up towards him. The dino’s huge head crashes through the glass and launches him forward into a control room of some kind.
We then hear some voiceover that says, “What is that?” and Alan responds with, “The biggest carnivore the world has ever seen.” It’s likely his talking about the giganotosaurus we’ve seen hyped up in other footage. There’s one shot of a winged dinosaur [?] flying over a cityscape. Another moment sees multiple large dinosaurs [Carnotaurus e Allosaurus, presumably] in a big public plaza, and one of them decides to chow down on some poor guy who’s riding a Segway. To wrap things up, we get a shot of a bunch of raptors being let out of cages in a mysterious facility, with a bunch of guys drawing weapons on them. The footage overall seemed big, action-packed, and crowd-pleasing.
Other details emerge from a short description shared by rohanpatel on 24liveblog.
the scene of the swimming Pyroraptor has already emerged some time ago in a silent clip, first in low quality and now available in HD, albeit still without audio.
While waiting for this trailer to be released as well, we will keep you updated.