Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom saw dinosaurs transported from Isla Nublar to the United States and eventually released in California. Jurassic World Dominion focuses on the aftermath of that, and it has now been revealed which large lizards reside where at the start of the upcoming sequel.
Ahead of the film’s June 10 release date, co-writer-director Colin Trevorrow took to Instagram to share a “map” of dinosaur sightings across North America, along with the caption “It’s a problem.”
The infographic sees all sorts of spooky, or let’s face it, wreaking havoc along the West Coast, with nasutoceratops, triceratops, ankylosaurs, and stegosaurus remaining in California. Elsewhere, carnotaurs made their way to Arizona, and pteranodons migrated to New Mexico and Texas.
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Oregon seems to have a bit of a problem with tyrannosaurus rex, while people in Wyoming presumably can’t walk 20 feet without running into an apatosaurus or parasaurolophus.
Judging by the image, East Coasters haven’t had to worry about dinosaurs in the four years since Isla Nublar’s destruction. Iowa and Illinois are the furthest apart, but that doesn’t mean the movie won’t see them getting closer to New York and Florida.
Marking the sixth film in the Jurassic Park franchise, which began with Steven Spielberg’s 1993 classic, Jurassic World Dominion features the original trio Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum reprising their roles as Dr. Alan Grant, Dr. Ellie Sattler and Dr. Ian Malcolm. , respectively.
On screen, her characters will join Maisie Lockwood (Isabella Sermon), Kayla Watts (DeWanda Wise), Franklin Webb (Justice Smith), Dr. Zia Rodriguez (Daniella Pineda), Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard), and Ranger Owen. Grady. (Chris Pratt) to try to determine if humans can coexist with dinosaurs.
If you’ve already marked Jurassic World Dominion on your calendar and want to look for other movies coming in the next few years, check out our roundup of all the upcoming movies coming out in the near future. future.