Jurassic World: Dominion just unveiled a new dinosaur – the Atrociraptor.
During an interview with Empire magazine, Director Colin Trevorrow unveiled a new picture of Jurassic World: Dominion in which Chris Pratt is followed by the new dinosaur.
“It’s a sequence that takes place in Malta,” he said. “And the picture speaks for itself – it’s Chris Pratt being chased by an atrociraptor. And if they catch up, he’ll die, I can tell you. “
Meet the “brutal, vicious” Atrociraptors – one of the deadliest new dinosaurs in #JurassicWorldDominion.
– Empire magazine (@empiremagazine) December 20, 2021
A true specimen of Atrociraptor was discovered in 1995 in the Horseshoe Canyon Formation in Canada. And it sounds like a pretty fearsome enemy. With a length of around two meters and fifteen kilograms, the atrociraptor has a lot to offer.
“Where the Velociraptor is more of a stealth hunter, the Atrociraptors are a bit more brutal,” explained Trevorrow. “These things will just invade you. And in this particular case, they picked up his scent and won’t stop until he’s dead. They are pretty brutal. They are pretty vicious. “
Jurassic World: Dominion shows us what the Atrociraptor is capable of – a more powerful raptor than we’ve ever seen before, with straight rows of raked teeth that Pratt and his motorcycle can take down quickly … if it can catch up with him.
Of course, it’s not the only new dinosaur coming to Jurassic World: Dominion.
Jurassic World Dominion Prologue
According to Empire, we will see a “bowl” of new species of dinosaurs, including the Pyroraptors and Moros Intrepidus.
“I love the pyroraptors. I love the atrociraptors, ”he said. “There’s a little one named Moros Intrepidus who doesn’t do much in the movie, but when he shows up I always love him.”
It sure sounds like Jurassic World: Dominion spared no expense in making its park additions. But you must be wondering what ours real paleontologists Remember.
Jurassic World: Dominion hits theaters on June 10, 2022 and is said to be close both Jurassic Park and Jurassic World Trilogies.
Ryan Leston is an entertainment writer and film critic for IGN. You can follow him Twitter.