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Jurassic World Dominion director Colin Trevorrow explains why Jurassic Park director Steven Spielberg didn’t go on set

Jurassic World Dominion Now playing in theaters and is the second film in the franchise directed by Colin Trevorrow. The only other director to lead two jurassic The movies are, of course, Steven Spielberg, who directed Jurassic Park in 1993 and The Lost World: Jurassic Park in 1997. Spielberg serves as an executive producer. dominionBut Trevorrow recently revealed that the iconic director didn’t visit the sets of the film despite the reunion between the two. Jurassic ParkLaura Dern (Ellie Sattler), Sam Neill (Alan Grant), and Jeff Goldblum (Ian Malcolm).

“I would say yes,” said Trevorrow. Hollywood Reporter Asked if the COVID protocol has prevented Spielberg from visiting the set. “He really has great respect for the distance he keeps from a filmmaker he’s producing. He’s always involved in the script stage, and then in the post, he’ll see the cut. But except for the first few moments. One where he just had good views of what he wanted to see, he keeps a short distance when I’m actually shooting. This time, yes, we were in a situation where I couldn’t see my family for four months .

During the interview, Trevorrow also revealed some of the advice he’s received from Spielberg over the years.

“Well, his advice often seems almost obvious, but then when you go through the movie and remember what he said, you realize he really gave you the key. And in this movie, Specifically, it was, ‘Remember the characters. Don” So that’s what’s so cool. Real people in the real world, like at, Indiana Jones is a professor who makes mistakes and sometimes fails and gets hurt. He established a hero that was different from what he had done by the time he started introducing us to these real people in the real world. So [Dominion] It’s not a superhero film, and no matter how much I enjoy them, it’s a film about our world with one thing different.”

Spielberg recently spoke new York Times and explained why The Lost World: Jurassic Park Wasn’t a big hit.

“My sequels aren’t as good as my originals because I go over every sequel I make and I’m pretty confident. This movie made a billion dollars, which justifies the sequel, so I come into it like it’s going to happen.” gonna be a slam dunk and i’m making a lousy movie than before. i’m talking lost world And Jurassic ParkSpielberg admitted.

Jurassic World: Dominion Now playing in cinemas.

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