Director of Jurassic World: Dominion, Colin Trevorrow sets his next epic film
In Jurassic World: Dominion, after taking the director’s chair for the second time in the film, Colin Trevorrow is not taking stopping. He had actually already got his next film set, and it looks fantastic. According to Deadline, Colin Trevorrow will team up with Universal Pictures to create Atlantis, a film about an advanced civilization that lives on the continent of the Indian Ocean. And which has its own advanced technology. The story is of Colin Trevorrow and Matt Chapman, and the script will be written by Dante Harper, who also wrote Alien: Covenant. Colin Trevorrow originally thought about the story in 2018. However, instead of moving quickly with the script, he gave it the edge and allowed his creative team time to research and creates imaginary worlds.
Right now Colin Trevorrow is busy working on Jurassic World: Dominion and taking it to the finish line. It seems that the script is a very epic read, too. According to Bryce Dallas Howard, she and her husband were able to read the script and said it was “terrible” and “exhilarating”. Sad for fans of Jurassic World and the cast and crew working on the production, earlier this year, filming at Threequel was discontinued due to current events, not unlike many other Hollywood productions at the time. From then on, everyone was thinking that Colin Trevorrow and his team would start filming again. While Colin Trevorrow has now become a big name, with several projects, he has a relatively short list of films with her. He directed just one feature before taking on Jurassic World, which embroiled him in considerable disrepute. After Jurassic World, he took a big risk on the short film The Book of Henry. This risk did not stop as it performed poorly at critics and at the box office. Around the same time, he also supported the direction of the third instalment of the Star Wars sequel trilogy, which eventually became Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Yet despite all this, he is moving forward with Jurassic World: Dominion and his next project, Atlantis. While the details about Atlantis are sparse, we’ll let you know when more news about the project breaks.
According to recent reports, they are scheduled to debut at Pinewood Studios in the second week of July. To get back to work, however, Universal Pictures is spending $ 5 million on security measures. Jurassic World: Dominion is set to release on July 11, 2021, an iconic day for franchise fans as it is the same date Jurassic Park was released in theatres in 1993. With production delays, it is unknown at this point that the release date will be pushed back.