What to Expect from Jurassic World Short
A small gift was recently offered to dinosaur fans when it was revealed that Colin Trevorrow, director of Jurassic World, had filmed a new short film within the franchise. Battle at Big Rock: A short film from the Jurassic World is expected to arrive this weekend and was a surprise, even though it was revealed in February that a short film was in preparation. At the time, it was announced that he would be attached to Hobbs & Shaw . This turned out not to be the case. In any case, Trevorrow has now shared new details about the project.
Battle at Big Rock will air on FX this Sunday and will be available online immediately thereafter. In a recent interview, Colin Trevorrow explained that the short film took place a year after the events of Fallen Kingdom of from last year, which means that the dinosaurs would end up in the real world alongside humans. Here is what he had to say about it.
"Battle At Big Rock is a short film that takes place a year after the events of Fallen Kingdom.It is a family camping in the Big Rock National Park, there had some observations, but it is the first major confrontation between dinosaurs and humans. "
The script of this short film was written by Colin Trevorrow and Emily Carmichael, also works on the screenplay from Jurassic World 3. The cast includes André Holland, Natalie Martinez, Melody Hurd and Pierson Salvador. Trevorrow also revealed that the short film would last eight minutes.
Bound: The Short Jurassic World Fight at Big Rock arrives at FX this Sunday
"It's 8 minutes, I know that 8 minutes, it's an eternity on the Internet, but I hope that people will take time and put on good headphones. "
Under a rather heavy veil of secrecy, Trevorrow and a small team filmed the short film at Dublin, Ireland, earlier this year. This is quite unique, since Universal Pictures has devoted serious resources to this short film. It features a "giant animatronic dinosaur", which is not something that most shorts can claim. Trevorrow also revealed that the short film would contain two new dinosaur species.
"There are two species that we have never seen before.The Nasutoceratops, which is a beautiful herbivore that looks like a Texas Longhorn.And the Allosaurus, one of the dinosaurs the most iconic of all time, this one was a juvenile in the last film, and she's grown up now. "
At least that sounds like an interesting experiment that can help fill the void of the waist from one dino in our lives until the arrival of Jurassic World 3 on June 11, 2021. Colin Trevorrow is preparing to shoot the sequel in the near future and says that we "will hear more about it soon" "but he's not ready to give concrete details for now. This news reaches us by collider.