A new Jurassic World Dominion interactive website features video, photographs, and locations of many dinosaur species wandering the earth.
Jurassic World has a new interactive website. For the impending dinosaur sequel, Dominion, there is new video, images, locations, and story elements. Dominion is the final instalment in Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World trilogy, starring Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, and Jurassic Park's Sam Neill, Laura Dern, and Jeff Goldblum. The film will pick up where Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom left off, with the release of several dinosaurs from their cages into the wild.
Campbell Scott will reprise his role as Lewis Dodgson, the CEO of Biosyn, who was last seen in 1993's Jurassic Park. Dodgson was working with Biosyn at the time, an InGen competitor aiming to obtain dinosaur embryos from John Hammond's island in order to duplicate and create their own animals. Dinosaurs had already been removed from the island of Isla Nublar and sold on the black market in Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom, setting the stage for the events in Jurassic World Dominion.
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Users can examine a map of the planet on Dino Tracker, a new interactive website for Jurassic World Dominion, which reveals the geo-locations of numerous animals that have spread over the world in the four years since the events of Fallen Kingdom. Every location features a photo or video of the sighting, which is displayed as recordings made by ordinary citizens using their smartphones or CCTV footage. It's a smart blend of media that serves as a prelude to Dominion, revealing how far the dinosaurs have gone since the previous film. Brachiasaurus, Triceratops, Pteranadon, Compsognathus, Ankylosaurus, Gallimimus, Apatosaurus, Stegosaurus, Carnotaurus, and other species are among those that have been discovered.
The interactive map also shows various major sites from Jurassic World Dominion, including Biosyn's Headquarters in the Dolemite Mountains of Italy, in addition to dinosaur sightings and locations. Dodgson has been the CEO of the huge area since 2013, which appears to be a crucial location in the film. The Dinosaur Black Market in Malta is another notable location, where a hidden camera film of dinosaurs in cages and eggs being nurtured is displayed. Additional videos depict a neo-Jurassic Era at work, with numerous species interacting with humans all around the world, as recounted by Goldblum's Ian Malcolm.
This is a great marketing strategy for Jurassic Planet Dominion because it not only shows some glimpse into what the world looks like four years after Fallen Kingdom, but it also gives some plot clues, heightening the anticipation for the film. The "viral" style videos are a fantastic addition that also adds to the feeling that dinosaurs are genuinely roaming the known globe, making the entire notion more realistic. The Jurassic World Dominion creative team appears to be going all out for the trilogy's conclusion, which might lead to an even bigger sequel if this one does well.