Sam Neill recently published his memory “Did I Ever Tell You This?”in which, in addition to telling anecdotes about classics such as Jurassic Park –in which he is part of the original trio– and The Pianooffers fans of the Jurassic saga news about the most past installment, Jurassic World: Dominion (2022), and a small project that is being prepared on it.
After commenting on the experience of his return to the Universal Pictures saga with DominionNeill explains a new and extended cut of the film that also featured the return of Laura Dern y Jeff Goldblum:
“Colin Trevorrow, the director of ‘Jurassic World Dominion’, a very nice man, wrote to me recently. He is working on a longer cut, for the fans.. I thought it was long enough, with lots of characters and even more dinosaurs, but here we go. Colin thinks I’ll enjoy this cut, because there’s at least a couple more minutes of Alan Grant in there. Well, who can’t get enough of Sam Neill, right? Please read the last sentence in an ironic tone.”
There is no information on what could be the tentative release date of this new extended cut.
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- Dominion marked the first appearance of Dern and Neill together in the series since Jurassic Park III.
- It is the first time that Dern, Goldblum and Neill have appeared together since the original installment, Jurassic Parkfrom 1993.
- Dominionfrom the director Colin Trevorrowwas promoted as the closure of the trilogy Jurassic World.
- Its domestic box office was $376.8 million, international box office $625.1 million, and a global total of $1.001 million.
Dominion sets its plot four years after the events of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, and shows the dangers of fighting genetically modified dinosaurs that have since been unleashed on the world. As humans coexist with dinosaurs, the third film in the “Jurassic World” trilogy promises to offer a definitive solution to how the two species can coexist, for better or worse.