Celebrate the home release of Jurassic World Dominion by entering Screen Rants Jurassic World giveaway, which includes all 6 movies! To celebrate the spectacular home release of Jurassic World Dominion, Screen Rant is hosting a giveaway! The latest film in the iconic franchise will be out on Blu-ray, 4K, and digital beginning August 16. Not only will the home release include some incredible bonus features, such as the original short film Battle at Big Rock, it will also provide fans with a special extended cut that contains 14 extra minutes of footage.
One lucky Screen Rant reader will win not just a Jurassic World Dominion Blu-ray, but the brand-new Jurassic World bundle that offers Blu-rays of all six films in the franchise. Audiences can now relive the entire Jurassic experience in its entirety, relishing the character arcs and dinosaur battles that have made the films global phenomons. See below for details on how to win a giveaway that would make an Atrociraptor afraid, and check back soon for interviews with the cast and director about the importance of the extended edition, as well as an inside look at how filming in Malta affected the third film.
Jurassic World Dominion VFX Supervisor Compares Franchise to Predator. Jurassic World Dominion VFX artist David Vickery explains the importance of nailing the tone for the Jurassic films, comparing to Predator. David Vickery, visual effects supervisor for Jurassic World Dominion, compares the Jurassic franchise to Predator. Vickery, a seasoned professional in VFX work, worked as a VFX supervisor for both Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and Jurassic World Dominion. Dominion released this year, and is the third of the Jurassic World films and sixth overall film in the Jurassic franchise. Predator was originally released in 1987, but the franchise has been in the news recently as a prequel origin story, Prey, was recently released on Hulu.
The modern franchise’s declining reviews, the Jurassic World films have been a massive success. Jurassic World Dominion was a box office hit, doing well with sales even in the face of massive competition like Top Gun: Maverick. These high box office grosses offset the major cost that goes into making a film to the scale of Jurassic World Dominion, for the studio spends millions of dollars trying to get every element of the adventure films right. Some of this money goes to mastering incredible special effects, as the films require massive amounts of CGI due to the presence of the dinosaurs and the cast’s battle with them. In the end, this money pays off, as even when some plot elements fail in the Jurassic World films, the incredible scale of its VFX is so visible.
Jurassic films are set apart from franchises like Predator. In an exclusive interview with Screen Rant, the VFX supervisor discussed the necessity to create a comic element in the VFX for Jurassic World. He explained that these movies are just about having fun, so the VFX needs to match this tonally. He also delved into what Jurassic World is about at the core of its plot: people being eaten by animals.
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