Colin Trevorrow's "Jurassic World" is one of the most successful films in 2015 and it is stunning for fans to see the visuals of the film.
A video released by Lucasfilm company Industrial Light and Magic revealed the magic behind the realistic cinematic appearance of the sequences in Trevorrow's "Jurassic World." The clip opened with the Tyrannosaurus rex from the 1993 "Jurassic Park" growl at the park. From there, the sequence transitioned to the general view of the park, which is revealed to be in CGI. The next sequence sees Bryce Dallas Howards' Claire Dearing as she says, "Welcome to Jurassic World."
The next sequence showed a foot of a baby triceratops, which was revealed as a crawling actor, with a child riding on top. Then, the Indominus Rex is also computer-generated, but the visual effects applied by the "Jurassic World" crew made it a terrifying dinosaur to look at as it ate people, crashed the aviary, and commanded the pteranodons.
The glass part of the gyro sphere, one of the newest additions to the park, is also computer-generated. Thus, it leaves Nick Robinson and Ty Simpkins on a four-wheeled cart. The boys were also seen on a separate machine, which would look like a gyroball being crushed by the Indominus Rex after the application of the visual effects.
Another interesting thing to note are the intimidating velociraptors. Just like in "Jurassic Park," "Jurassic World" made use of actors to portray the carnivorous dinosaur. Howard was also seen running in between the bones of the Spinosaurus from "Jurassic Park III," but visual effects were applied to complete the skeleton on the big screen.
Finally, the epic clash between the Tyrannosaurus Rex and the Indominus Rex, which was eaten by the Mosasaurus, was also in CGI.
Overall, the visual effects highly contributed to the success of Trevorrow's "Jurassic World," as one of the highest grossing films. With the great amount of time the crew had dedicated to the film, it was undeniably impressive, as per Cinema Blend.
"Jurassic World" is set 22 years after the incidents at Isla Nublar in Steven Spielberg's "Jurassic Park." It centers on a new park built, along with its newest genetically modified dinosaur, the Indominus Rex. Humans, who try to act God, are challenged once again when the Indominus managed to escape from its paddock.
Now, a sequel to "Jurassic World" is set to come and rumors say that it would follow the events from its predecessor. According to Trevorrow, the film sequel highlights the relationship between humans and dinosaurs.
The "Jurassic World" sequel also follows the line cited by Dr. Alan Grant, who was played by Sam Neill in Steven Spielberg's "Jurassic Park" in 1993. In the film, Grant said, "Dinosaurs and man, separated by 65 million years of evolution have been thrown back into the mix. How can we know what to expect?"
Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are set to reprise their roles an Owen Grady and Claire Dearing in the upcoming film. Also, there were reports saying that Nick Robinson, who played Zach in the first film, is also set to appear in a more important role.
Trevorrow will not be the one to direct the film sequel. "The Impossible" director J.A. Bayona is rumored to take the helm of the film and on board to pen the screenplay are Michael Crichton, Derek Connolly, and Trevorrow.
Bayona's untitled "Jurassic World" sequel is set to premiere in theaters in the United States on June 22, 2018.
Watch the video here.