‘Jurassic World Dominion’ Movie Trailer Released And So Much Is Filmed In BC (VIDEO)


The trailer for the new movie, Jurassic World Dominion, just released and much of it is filmed in British Columbia

Chris Pratt was in the province during filming, and the epic trailer shows him against the snowy backdrop of Kamloops and Merritt. There is no doubt that the huge mountains that surround them are part of the province.

Pratt confirmed that filming takes place around February 25, 2020. Now, two years later, we finally see the province in action.

According to Hollywood North Buzz, filming in February and March took place in Merritt and Kamloops. They even featured an old sawmill in the movie trailer, which is just outside of Merritt.

The trailer gives plenty of screen time to the province. It opens up to the stunning mountains and shows the passing dinosaurs.

On YouTube, the description for the trailer states that this film will be the “epic conclusion to the Jurassic era”.

It of course stars Chris Pratt, as well as Bruce Dallas Howard and Laura Dern.

While it’s sad to see the incredible series of films come to an end, it’s pretty exciting that it was filmed in British Columbia.

The original film, made in 1993, was actually filmed in Hawaii. It looks like the T-Rex has now moved to a colder Canadian climate.

If you want to take a look at a real Tyrannosaurus Rex while you wait for the movie to be released on June 10th, you’re in luck!

Science World in Vancouver just announced that they have a new exhibit coming February 26, where you can see a life-size model of the massive animal.

They will also have molded fossils of the dinosaur and a reproduction that will make you feel like you are right next to it.


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