A few days ago a new picture of the "Jurassic World" set was published on Twitter. Surprisingly, it doesn't show a tropical island like most of the offshoots, but a snowy landscape which is untypical for the "Jurassic World" series. At least that's what the picture by director Colin Trevorrow suggests, who posted the picture as part of a Twitter trend of celebrities at work. Fans of the franchise, however, will probably be more interested in the fact that the new "Jurassic World" film will take place at least partially in ice and snow. A appearance of T-Rex and co. in the ice landscape is rather unrealistic, because according to the current state of science, there are far fewer dinosaurs living in the Arctic, and of most of them fossils have not even been found yet.
Apart from the landscape change, there are also other news, namely, the published picture shows Maisie Lockwood, played by Isabella Sermon. If you want to know more about Lockwood's background story, you should definitely take a look at the second part of " Jurassic World".
The release date of "Jurassic World: Dominion" is currently June 11, 2021.