There is reason to believe that this oversized claim does not fall into the category of standard hype leading up to a major blockbuster. Dominion director Colin Trevorrow (Jurassic World) recently shared on a Comic-Con @ Home panel that the upcoming film continues a tradition that may have gone unnoticed by many.
“We’ve actually been more hands-on with every Jurassic movie we’ve done since the first one, and we’ve done more animatronics in this one than the previous two,” Trevorrow said in the recent panel. “And what I’ve found, especially working over the last couple of months, is that we’ve finally reached a point where it’s possible to… digital expansions on animatronics will be able to match the texture and level of fidelity that , on a film, an animatronic will be able to bring. And you weren’t used to being able to really mix them up. You could really see the seams. And so this part is very exciting for me. ”
Dominion is set to wrap up the Jurassic World trilogy in 2015. In addition to Neill, the cast is a mix of previous franchise stars Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum and series newcomers Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt.
Despite earlier reports indicating otherwise, the film continues to perform safely.