Jurassic World: Dominion: Dinosaurs rule the earth again


The premiere of “Jurassic World: Dominion” is the final chapter in a story that began three decades ago and sparked a revolution in cinema and paleontology.

T Rex N 'Jurassic World: Dominion'
T Rex N ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’Universal Studio

Jurassic World: Dominion Dinosaurs is the sixth installment of the franchise, a film that sees light nearly 30 years after first production. It is presented as “the epic conclusion of the Jurassic era” and will be the final chapter of the story. legal park It premiered in 1993.

Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) and Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) encounter a world humanity shares with dinosaurs, who were freed to roam the Earth after the events. The Fallen KingdomLast episode. Humans and the most terrifying creatures in the history of the planet compete for the top of the food chain, to close the circle, dominion To recover The 3 main actors of the first film. Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum will bring their respective characters to life.: Alan Grant, Ellie Sattler and Ian Malcolm, beloved by fans of the saga, who consider the beginning of this film series a masterpiece.

The original film, directed by Steven Spielberg and based on Michael Crichton’s novel of the same name, has become a classic due to the cinema of the time. revolutionary special effects, which brings the most realistic dinosaur ever to the big screen. Some were “real”, that is, animatronic robots, such as Tyrannosaurus Rex, which attacked jeeps in one of the most iconic scenes of recent cinema, or the ill-fated Triceratops that paleobotanist Ellie Sattler believes. However, many of these animals were created and animated entirely by a computer (CGI, short for computer-generated imagery or computer-generated images), more so than real or mechanical ones. legal park pioneered the use of CGI to bring monsters to life in films, a very common practice in films today,

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saga. began with the premiere of ‘Legal Park’‘ in 1993, which produced two sequels: ‘lost world‘ (1997) Y’Parque Jursico III‘ (2001). ,jurassic world‘ (2015) Y’The Fallen Kingdom‘ (2018) before the conclusion of the story

The cultural impact of this film was also huge, which created a huge fever for dinosaurs in the society. Steve Brusatte, paleontologist and author The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs: A New History of the Lost Worldtells “The best thing that could have happened to paleontology was Jurassic Parkbecause it caused an explosion of public interest in the subject, Many of my classmates got jobs because of the film.” Many others The children of that time had a great passion for dinosaurs, due to which they dedicated their lives to them. This was the case for Elena Cuesta and Francesc Gasque.both paleontologists and admirers Jurassic ParkJoe has grown up with films and acknowledges its impact on his professional career.

Since the first film was released in theatres, the field of paleontology has made great strides in its discoveries (development that can be attributed to the popularity of the saga) and Real dinosaurs have become vastly different from what we see in movies, Cuesta, a graduate in geology from the Complutense University of Madrid, and specializing in the study of the paleontology of theropod dinosaurs, says that “the thing that has always puzzled experts in fantasy and paleontology is the fact that dinosaurs had feathers. Coverage. When the first film came out, there was still no evidence of feathers in any of the fossil records that we have now. velociraptorFor example, was fully featheredAlthough they state that “the new Jurassic World movies have explained with genetic engineering that The dinosaurs they use in the saga are not actually dinosaurs, but transgenicAnd most of its DNA is from a frog, which would explain the lack of wings.”

L. Velociraptor 'Blue' Day 'Jurassic World'
L. Velociraptor ‘Blue’ Day ‘Jurassic World’

Another major difference between reality and fiction is the saga’s mascot, Tyrannosaurus Rex, his iconic roar (Sound effect created by a combination of a tiger, a crocodile and an elephant) Won’t Even Exist, Because Latest Research Shows Dinosaurs Don’t Roar, As to whether Tyrannosaurus had feathers, Paco Gask explains that “we have quite different impressions of the T-rex’s skin and observed that it would be scaly. However, it comes from a genetic family in which We have well confirmed the presence of feathers. Therefore, there is usually an intermediate state, in which Wings and scales will be both,

Gasc, better known as pacozoic On YouTube (his channel has over 100,000 followers), he’s covering both scientific findings in the dinosaur world and news about dinosaurs. Jurassic World: Dominion these last few months. As an expert on science and a fan of the saga, he insists on distinguishing between paleontology and films.: “I don’t think you need to ask whether movies are as true to science as they are to entertainment.” This is an opinion that Cuesta also shares: “The role of legal park It’s entertaining, and it does it very well.”

It is imperative to ask whether it is possible bring dinosaurs back to life, Gas sentence: “it’s too complicated, Even if we found pieces of DNA, being so old, we wouldn’t know what to do with them., because there is nothing to compare with them. And usually they are generally quite flimsy. On the other hand, whether it was possible or not, one of the most important messages to Cuesta remembers that legal park: That it would not be morally right to do so. In the end, he says that “they have their time. Plus, The position of the planet has changed since these species lived, i believe Preserving our ecosystem is more important than worrying about extinct animals,

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