A bond between actors always works out for a film. Be it the chemistry between two lead actors in a rom-com or a brotherly-sisterly bond (not looking at you Jamie Lannister) among them, several films earn some extra based on a fun-duo of characters. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard give off the same brotherly-sisterly bond on the set of the Jurassic World franchise and it is indeed fun to watch.
Chris Pratt saves his co-star from an imaginary dinosaur!
The recent box-office hit Jurassic World Dominion performed an average amount for the critics. Facing a rating of 5.7/10 on IMDb, this movie could have been somewhat more but it was not to be. A humourous albeit wholesome tweet shared by protagonist Chris Pratt shows him rescuing Bryce Dallas Howard from the clutches of an imaginary dinosaur along with some brotherly words.
Shared as a behind-the-scene video on the sets of Jurassic World Dominion (2022), the video shows what we, the audience, see compared to what it is to fight an imaginary dinosaur while your legs are bound by wire and dragged through the floor.
Along with the tweet are the words written, “Here’s what we see vs. what you guys see! Bryce, I’ll save you from an imaginary dinosaur any day.”
— Chris Pratt (@prattprattpratt) August 15, 2022
The future of Chris Pratt in the Jurassicverse
Since visionary director, Steven Spielberg released Jurassic Park in 1993, fans have hailed him as one of the best directors out there. Grossing over a billion dollars worldwide, the movie has been exceptional around the time. Since then, people tried to recreate the same magic that the original part had by handing out sequels and reboots. Among these reboots was Jurassic World (2015). The film saw Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard helming the movie and inviting the newer generation of people back into the Mesozoic era with all the modern equipment one could get.
The film received the interest of the newer generation while some hints of the original were there. However, its sequel Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom received the same treatment that Jurassic Park 2 (1997) received. The release of the Jurassic World Dominion marks the completion of the original trilogy that the writers had planned but there’s more to come.
Although not confirmed yet, Jurassic World 4 (not the official title) is still very much in development, claims director Colin Treverrow and producer Frank Marshall. There has been no official confirmation or a release date. But considering the general trend of the franchise, the movie is bound to perform well at the box offices.