Jurassic World: Dominion: Chris Pratt embarks on a dangerous boating excursion behind the scenes in a snap

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Jurassic World: Dominion’s Chris Pratt and Omar Sy embark on a dangerous boat excursion in a snap behind the scenes (with a nod to Steven Spielberg’s classic thriller Jaws)

A new behind-the-scenes photo from the set of Jurassic World: Dominion has been released, featuring star Chris Pratt on a dangerous-looking boat ride.

Omar Sy, reprising his role as Jurassic World’s velociraptor handler Barry and director Colin Trevorrow, joins him in the picture.

Chris – who returns to the Jurassic Park franchise for the third time as gamekeeper and hero Owen Grady – is seen in the picture with Colin as Omar watches.

Behind The Scenes: A New Image From The Set Of Jurassic World: Dominion Sees Star Chris Pratt On A Dangerous-Looking Boat Ride With Omar Sy And Director Colin Trevorrow

The trio seems engrossed in a discussion about the scene, in which they sail under a few vaulted tunnels on a rickety-looking ship.

The boat is called Fair Spanish Lady – seemingly a nod to original Jurassic Park director Steven Spielberg’s classic creature feature Jaws, the film that put him on the map in 1975.

In Jaws, Captain Quint [played by Robert Shaw] sings the Farewell And Adieu Fair Spanish Ladies shanty while his boat drifts during a pause in the battle against the titular great white shark.

Trevorrow appears to have named the Jurassic World: Dominion boat as a nod to this moment, in homage to Spielberg – who has executive power in producing this sixth installment in the dinosaur franchise.

Hommage: The boat is called Fair Spanish Lady - seemingly a nod to the classic creature feature Jaws from original Jurassic Park director Steven Spielberg

Hommage: The boat is called Fair Spanish Lady – seemingly a nod to the classic creature feature Jaws from original Jurassic Park director Steven Spielberg

Iconic: Jaws is the film that put Spielberg on the map in 1975

Iconic: Jaws is the film that put Spielberg on the map in 1975

Classic: In Jaws, Captain Quint [played by Robert Shaw] sings the shanty Farewell And Adieu Fair Spanish Ladies

Classic: In Jaws, Captain Quint [played by Robert Shaw] sings the shanty Farewell And Adieu Fair Spanish Ladies

Spielberg headed up 1993’s Jurassic Park and its 1997 sequel, The Lost World. From Jurassic Park III [2001] after that he acted as executive producer for the film series, which ran for 15 years and was rebooted in 2015 by Trevorrow with Jurassic World.

The 2018 Fallen Kingdom followed – directed by JA Bayona – which saw the action move from the tropical setting of Isla Nublar to mainland America, where Dominion – slated for release in June 2022 – takes things up.

The film will bring back longtime cast members Laura Dern, Sam Neill, and Jeff Goldblum, as well as Sy, Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, and BD Wong, to tackle the swarm of dinosaurs released onto the mainland at the end. from Fallen Kingdom.

Domion hit big trouble, thanks to the COVID-19 crisis – with Trevorrow describing this in depth in a new interview with Empire.

Quint and co drift along during a break in the battle against the titular great white shark on the fishing boat

Quint and co drift along during a break in the battle against the titular great white shark on the fishing boat

Grizzly: Trevorrow appears to have named the Jurassic World: Dominion boat as a nod to this moment, in homage to Spielberg - who has executive power in producing this sixth installment in the dinosaur franchise

Grizzly: Trevorrow appears to have named the Jurassic World: Dominion boat as a nod to this moment, in homage to Spielberg – who has executive power in producing this sixth installment in the dinosaur franchise

In a conversation with the film publication, the director explains that he was halfway through shooting a scene at a location in the UK when he was told production would be halted due to lockdown – with no indication of when things might resume .

This took place in early 2020, with the cast and crew being sent home for three months. The film was the first major production to resume filming in July 2020.

‘The scariest moment was [in late October] when we only had a few weeks to go and the cases were growing exponentially, ”Trevorrow remembers the moment the film almost stopped for the second time.

‘Because we had the crew that we did and the actors were always on set, we were able to speed up what we were doing. But we were absolutely afraid that we would have a movie that was finished before nine tenths and stay that way. ‘

The virus-resistant set cost between $ 6-8 million and the recordings were completed in November.

The film – which will be the last of the Jurassic World reboot trilogy, but not necessarily the last film in the franchise – was initially intended for a summer release in 2021, but is now scheduled to hit theaters on June 10, 2022.

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