Dinosaurs loomed large over London this weekend when the cast of Jurassic Park Dominion assembled for a photocall in Trafalgar Square, before a cast and crew screening of the summer blockbuster.
The film is the final entry of the Jurassic World trilogy, following Jurassic World and its sequel Fallen Kingdom, and unites stars from across the franchise.
The ensemble cast includes Chris Pratt (as Owen Grady), Bryce Dallas Howard (Claire Dearing), Jeff Goldblum (Dr Ian Malcolm), Laura Dern (Dr Ellie Sattler), Sam Neill (Dr Alan Grant), Mamoudou Athie (Ramsay Cole) and DeWanda Wise (Kayla Watts).
The film is the final entry of the Jurassic World trilogy, and unites stars from across the franchise…
The film is set four years after the events of Fallen Kingdom, and dinosaurs now live amongst us – which probably explains why they were in the capital’s tourist hotspot. The film is directed by Colin Trevorrow.
Jurassic World Dominion opens in theatres nationwide June 10.
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