New ‘JURASSIC WORLD: DOMINION’ Set Photos Reveal New Dino Species
Jurassic World: Dominion recently took their filming to Malta and eagle eyed fans are now being treated to a peek at some stand ins for seemingly new and very dangerous looking dinosaurs!
Not the usual thing we see stalking down a city street, but then the ending of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom made it clear, Pandora’s box has been opened, and things would never be the same.
The original poster on Instagram added a spoiler below about what was going on and who was involved!
It was recently reported by Deadline that the stars of the film would not go there due to COVID-19 concerns and cases rising on the island. With that in mind, it was more than likely Chris Pratt’s stunt man not the actor, but still it must have been very exciting to watch them film!
Twitter user Brycenator100 spotted another image from Malta showing there were at least two of these dinos in the film.
🚨ANOTHER NEW SET PIC SHOWING OFF ANOTHER MAQUETTE FOR JURASSIC WORLD DOMINION! pic.twitter.com/kGXMe0ddW0— Jurassic_World_Fandom (@Brycenator100) August 29, 2020
As I was looking around for more information, I’m seeing lots of speculation about what species this is exactly, since it doesn’t seem to be the same as the raptors in the other films. What do you think?
Looks Like This Might Be Jurassic World Dominion’s Pyroraptor Which I Reported On A Few Months Back.— Jurassic_World_Fandom (@Brycenator100) August 29, 2020
Now this is just a maquette not an animatronic so it’s used for reference and the design might change for the final film.
Edit to add: Brycentaor100 has been doing some great work on their Jurassic World Twitter account, coming up with a set video of what appears to be Chris Pratt’s stunt double on a moped being chased and having a close call with some cars.
🚨New Set Video From Jurassic World Dominion Shows Owen’s Stunt Double Riding A Bike Through The Streets Of Malta Assumedly Avoiding CGI Dinosaurs! pic.twitter.com/4xPjngJbqR— Jurassic_World_Fandom (@Brycenator100) August 29, 2020
And here are some more set images of some fake rock face and major destruction on a Navy helicopter, no doubt caused by one of the dinosaurs set loose on the Earth at the end of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.