“Jurassic World: Domain”: Bryce Dallas Howard changes his look after the end of the recordings; Check out!
The recordings of “Jurassic World: Domain” ended last week and actress Bryce Dallas Howard took the opportunity to change her look.
On her Instagram profile, the interpreter of Claire Dearing surprised her followers by sharing an image with a new haircut and brown coloring with pink streaks.
In the caption, she explained:
“That’s right! After years of cutting and coloring to star in ‘Jurassic World’, I dyed my hair pink! I had already dyed my hair like this in 2014 for a UCLA sociology class on the hipster story… I did ethnographic research that looked at hipsters in their “natural habitat” and found it appropriate to dive into the experience. This time I dyed my hair to celebrate the end of it. ‘one chapter and the start of another – and what’s better than a new look?
Previously, Sam Alan, a performer for Dr Alan Grant, also celebrated the end of the recordings and shared a behind-the-scenes image on his Twitter profile.
In the post, the star appears alongside director Colin Trevorrow and franchise newcomers Mamoudou Athie and DeWanda Wise.
In the caption he wrote:
“There were days when we thought we might not be able to survive. But we achieved what seemed almost impossible. Great team. Nice distribution. Best director. Phew- and celebrations.
There were days when we thought we couldn’t do it. But we have… we have achieved what seemed almost impossible. Great crew. Nice distribution. Best director. Phew- and CELEBRATIONS. #JurassicWorldDominion #JurassicPark https://t.co/MCzIo3efxF
– Sam Neill (@TwoPaddocks) November 8, 2020
It should be remembered that the premiere of the film was postponed until June 10, 2022 (one year after its initial release).
The new film will feature the return of Dr Alan Grant (Sam Neill), Dr Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern) and Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum).
Director Colin Trevorrow had planned to use some before, but he told Collider he’s biding his time so they don’t show up forcibly.
Contributing to Colin’s speech, Neill said these characters will be seen throughout the film and aren’t just special appearances. Find out who has been confirmed so far!
Dr Alan Grant
Played by Sam Neill, Dr. Alan Grant was the main protagonist of Jurassic Park (1993) and Jurassic Park III (2001). One of the world’s foremost paleontologists, Grant specialized in the study of velociraptors, having worked on theories of reproduction, socialization, and vocalization of these animals.
Dr Ellie Sattler
Now an Oscar winner, Laura Dern will return as everyone’s favorite Paleobotany. She played Dr. Sattler in Jurassic Park (1993) and Jurassic Park III (2001).
Dr Ian Malcolm
The franchise’s most boring (and still right) character had previously appeared in a cameo in Jurassic World: Threatened Kingdom (2018). In the film, he appears to be giving testimony to the Supreme Court, coming out against the rescue of the dinosaurs and claiming that the world will now be living in a new era. The return of Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) should bring a lot of sarcasm and chaos theory.
Joe Mazzello was a child star of the 1990s, who took on minor roles in recent years, and now has a chance to return to the limelight with his return as young Tim Murphy, one of John Hammond’s grandchildren, who survived the incidents at Jurassic Park. .
Dr Henry Wu
Introduced as a secondary character in Jurassic Park, in the books we know the real importance of Wu. With the new franchise, the comic book character Wong has gained relevance, becoming the big bad of the new franchise. This comeback may be his last appearance in the franchise, or he may keep running to continue creating dinosaurs left and right.
Having a small role in the first film, Dodgson is the chief engineer of BioSyn, a rival company of InGen, which wanted to steal embryos from Jurassic Park so his company could recreate dinosaurs as well. As animals roam the world, he, who will now be played by Campbell Scott, must play a key role in the plot.
One of the big draws of the new franchise is the science-based velociraptor trainer Chris Pratt provides. His return was certain since the first film and should now bring him a more “fatherly” role, given the events of Jurassic World: Kingdom Threatened.
Bryce Dallas Howard went from being a scientist / director of Jurassic World to being a dinosaur rights activist in a movie. The evolution of the character is obvious and we can expect it to develop even more for the third film.
The events of Jurassic World: Threatened Realm have taken little Maisie under the wings of Owen and Claire. She has the whole issue of cloning and genetic manipulation tied to her story and that can be a big plot point as well.
Played by the monstrous Omar Sy, Barry is one of those dealing with the Velociraptors in Jurassic World. He has few scenes in the film, but his return indicates that the kidnappers will be an important part of the film.
Jake Johnson lived Lowery in the first Jurassic World. The character was the guy from TI, who served as a comic. A fan of the original park, Lowery will return in a mysterious way. All that is known is that he survived the park incidents in 2015.
Another computer guy used as a comic relief, Franklin (Judge Smith) traveled to Nublar Island as a member of Claire’s NGO for Prehistoric Life and ended up being more disturbing. than to help. Full of fear, he is afraid, but very good with computers.
Daniella Pineda’s paleovet was instrumental in the survival of Velociraptor Blue. Maybe his return has to do with a new job, maybe even something in government.
The T-Rex from Jurassic Park, which Colin Trevorrow says is the same as the one in Jurassic World is called Roberta. And she is more than confirmed in the third film.
Actress DeWanda Wise will star in the new Jurassic World.
Actors Dichen Lachman, DeWanda Wise, Mamoudou Athie, Scott Haze and John Flanagan have also been confirmed in the film, but in roles not yet defined.