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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is a 2018 American science fiction action film and the sequel to Jurassic World (2015). Directed by J. A. Bayona, it is the second installment of the Jurassic World trilogy, and the fifth overall installment of the Jurassic Park franchise. Derek Connolly and Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow returned as writers, with Trevorrow and the original 1993 Jurassic Park director Steven Spielberg as executive producers. The story follows Owen Grady and Claire Dearing as they return to the fictional Central American island of Isla Nublar to rescue the remaining dinosaurs from an impending volcanic eruption, only to discover a mercenary team s ulterior motives to bring them to the US mainland. Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, BD Wong, and Jeff Goldblum reprise their roles from previous films in the series, with Toby Jones, Ted Levine, and Rafe Spall joining the cast.
Filming took place from February to July 2017 in the United Kingdom and in Hawaii. Produced and distributed by Universal Pictures, Fallen Kingdom premiered in Madrid on May 21, 2018, and was released in the United States on June 22. The film grossed over $1.3 billion worldwide, making it the third Jurassic film to pass the billion-dollar mark, and was the third-highest-grossing film of 2018 and the 12th-highest-grossing film of all time. It received mixed reviews from critics, who generally praised the visuals and darker tone, while others criticized the screenplay and felt the series had run its course. A sequel, Jurassic World Dominion, was released in June 2022.
Shortly after the events of Jurassic World in 2015, a small mercenary team arrives on the abandoned Isla Nublar to collect DNA from the Indominus rex remains in the lagoon. After they collect a bone sample, the Mosasaurus devours their submersible. The Tyrannosaurus attacks their helicopter, but they manage to escape with the sample, also allowing the Mosasaurus to escape into the open ocean.
Three years later, a United States Senate committee debates whether Isla Nublar s dinosaurs should be saved from an impending volcanic eruption. Mathematician Dr. Ian Malcolm testifies that the dinosaurs should perish naturally to correct the wrongful cloning done by John Hammond. Meanwhile, Jurassic World s former operations manager, Claire Dearing, has established the Dinosaur Protection Group to save the animals. After the Senate rules against rescuing the animals, Hammond s former partner, Sir Benjamin Lockwood, summons Claire to his Northern California estate. Lockwood and his aide, Eli Mills, reveal a plan to relocate the dinosaurs to a new island sanctuary. Claire is needed to reactivate the park s tracking system to locate the animals, particularly Blue, the last surviving Velociraptor. Claire recruits Owen Grady, former Velociraptor trainer, to help capture her.
On Isla Nublar, Claire and former park technician Franklin Webb reactivate the online tracking system. Owen, paleo-veterinarian Zia Rodriguez, and a mercenary team led by Ken Wheatley, track and find Blue. The encounter escalates, resulting in Blue being shot and Wheatley tranquilizing Owen. Wheatley then abandons Owen, Claire, and Franklin on the island while forcibly taking Zia hostage to treat Blue. The ship, loaded with captured dinosaurs, departs as the remaining dinosaurs are left behind to die in the eruption. Claire, Franklin, and Owen sneak aboard the ship and help Zia transfuse Blue with Tyrannosaurus blood to save her life.
Rather than being relocated to a new island, the captured dinosaurs are transported to the Lockwood estate, where Lockwood s orphaned granddaughter, Maisie, overhears Mills and auctioneer Mr. Eversoll secretly planning to sell the dinosaurs on the black market. They will also preview the Indoraptor, a weaponized, transgenic dinosaur created by geneticist Dr. Henry Wu using Indominus rex and Velociraptor DNA. Wu needs Blue s DNA to create an enhanced Indoraptor that is obedient to commands, unaware that Blue s blood is no longer pure. After Maisie informs Lockwood about the auction, he confronts Mills, who murders him. Maisie is later revealed to have been cloned from Lockwood s deceased daughter and the reason why John Hammond ended their association.
The auctioned dinosaurs are being immediately shipped out. Franklin evades capture and frees Zia, but Owen and Claire have been apprehended. Owen incites a Stygimoloch into breaking open their cell. The two encounter Maisie, and they learn the Indoraptor is being sold despite Wu s protests that it is a prototype. Owen disrupts the auction by luring the Stygimoloch into the room. In the ensuing chaos, Wheatley tranquilizes the Indoraptor to extract a tooth as a trophy, but the hybrid, having merely feigned unconsciousness, kills Wheatley, Eversoll, and others as it escapes. It chases Owen, Claire, and Maisie throughout the mansion until Blue, released by Zia, confronts the Indoraptor. Atop a high glass roof, both animals crash through it, killing the Indoraptor and leaving Blue unharmed.
When a hydrogen cyanide gas leak threatens the caged dinosaurs, Maisie frees them, ignoring Owen s objections. As Mills attempts to leave with the Indominus rex bone, the Tyrannosaurus devours him and tramples the bone. Owen, Claire, Maisie, Zia, and Franklin escape, while Blue and the other released dinosaurs flee the estate grounds. In a new U.S. Senate hearing, Dr. Malcolm declares the beginning of a neo-Jurassic Age, where humans and dinosaurs must coexist. The closing scenes depict the freed dinosaurs roaming the wilderness and outer urban areas.
- Chris Pratt as Owen Grady: A Navy veteran and ethologist, and former Velociraptor handler for Jurassic World.
- Bryce Dallas Howard as Claire Dearing: Jurassic World s former operations manager, now a dinosaur-rights activist, who has founded the Dinosaur Protection Group to save Isla Nublar s surviving dinosaurs.
- Rafe Spall as Eli Mills: Lockwood s ambitious assistant who recruits Owen and Claire to rescue the dinosaurs. Speaking of his character s actions over the course of the film, Spall said: Ambition is such a powerful emotion, you can get wrapped up in it and end up doing things in order to succeed. This character believes he is doing right. He has been entrusted with pushing Lockwood s fortune into the future and making it survive after he dies. Mills feels he is simply doing what he was asked to do .
- Justice Smith as Franklin Webb: A former IT technician for Jurassic World who is now the Dinosaur Protection Group s systems analyst and hacker.
- Daniella Pineda as Zia Rodriguez: A former Marine who is now the Dinosaur Protection Group s paleoveterinarian.
- James Cromwell as Sir Benjamin Lockwood: Dr. John Hammond s former partner in developing the technology to clone dinosaurs.
- Toby Jones as Mr. Eversoll: An auctioneer host at Lockwood Estate who sells the Isla Nublar dinosaurs for profit. In an interview, Jones likened his character to that of a rogue arms dealer; he sees profits in selling these creatures as weapons. He is totally morally neutral about whatever he is selling. He is only interested in whether or not it will make him a profit .
- Ted Levine as Ken Wheatley: A seasoned mercenary who commands the rescue operation on Isla Nublar.
- BD Wong as Dr. Henry Wu: The former head geneticist of both Jurassic World and the original Jurassic Park. Speaking of his character s actions, Wong stated: I do think he s motivated by his love for science and his own ego, which is well supported by his massive achievements … I think he turns a blind eye to the human suffering that comes as a result because he thinks he s looking at some bigger picture .
- Isabella Sermon as Maisie Lockwood: Lockwood s young granddaughter and legal ward following her parents deaths.
- Geraldine Chaplin as Iris: The Lockwood Estate housekeeper, Maisie s nanny, and protector of the Lockwood family secrets.
- Jeff Goldblum as Dr. Ian Malcolm: An expert in chaos theory who once consulted for InGen s Jurassic Park and was a key figure involved in the 1997 San Diego incident. In a podcast interview, Goldblum spoke of his role: It s small… who knows, they may cut me out entirely! But if I stay in, I ll be a sprig of parsley or a little garnish, hopefully with some impact! Director Bayona confirmed that Goldblum s role is simply a cameo, as he doesn t have a major role in the action but it s definitely a very meaningful one in terms of the story .
- Peter Jason as Senator Sherwood: An American politician who debates about saving the dinosaurs before the volcano erupts.
During early conversations about the 2015 film Jurassic World, executive producer Steven Spielberg told director Colin Trevorrow that he was interested in having several more films made. Trevorrow said in 2014 that they wanted to create something less arbitrary and episodic that could possibly arc into a series that would feel like a complete story . Trevorrow said he would direct the sequel if asked. He later told Spielberg he would only focus on directing one film in the Jurassic Park series, and would be involved in the sequel in some way, but not as director . Trevorrow felt that different directors could bring different qualities to future films. Trevorrow said in June 2015 that he was interested in seeing a Jurassic Park film made by one of several unnamed Spanish horror film directors. Jurassic World producer Frank Marshall met with Trevorrow and Universal Pictures later that month to discuss a sequel.
Trevorrow suggested that the sequel would not involve a dinosaur theme park, as he felt future films could instead explore the idea of dinosaurs and humans co-existing. He said the film could involve dinosaurs going open source, resulting in multiple entities around the world being able to create their own dinosaurs for various uses.
Universal announced a sequel in July 2015, referred to as Jurassic World 2, scheduled for a June 22, 2018 release date in the US. Trevorrow was announced to write the script with his writing partner Derek Connolly, as they had for Jurassic World. It was also announced that the film would be produced by Marshall, and that Spielberg and Trevorrow would act as executive producers, while Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard would reprise their roles from the previous film. Unlike its predecessors, Trevorrow said the sequel would not involve a bunch of dinosaurs chasing people on an island , an idea that he found repetitive. Trevorrow spoke of the film s possible open-source storyline: It s almost like InGen is Mac, but what if PC gets their hands on it? What if there are 15 different entities around the world who can make a dinosaur?
By October 2015, horror director J. A. Bayona was being considered to direct the film. However, he chose instead to proceed with the World War Z sequel, a project for which he had already signed on. He dropped out of that project three months later due to other commitments, and was hired as Jurassic World 2 director in April 2016, with Belén Atienza and Patrick Crowley joining Marshall as producers. Spielberg, Marshall, and Kathleen Kennedy had been impressed by Bayona s 2012 film, The Impossible, and initially considered having him direct Jurassic World, which he declined as he felt there was not enough time for production. Trevorrow wanted Bayona to direct the sequel after seeing his 2007 horror film, The Orphanage.
Before he was hired, Bayona had met with Trevorrow and became enthused with the project after being shown the script s second half, which would play out like a haunted house film. After Bayona was hired, Trevorrow said of the film: We re moving it into new territory. J. A. Bayona is an incredible director and I know he ll push the boundaries of what a Jurassic movie is. I think it s important that we take risks. A franchise must evolve or perish . Trevorrow and Bayona worked closely throughout the film s production. The film, under the working title of Ancient Futures, was in full pre-production as of July 2016, with storyboards being designed. Andy Nicholson was hired as the film s production designer. He spent four weeks with Bayona in Barcelona, discussing reference pictures and background details, as well as Bayona s ideas for the Lockwood mansion.
For the film s second half where dinosaurs are transported by boat to the mainland, Ecuador and Peru had both been scouted as possible filming locations and settings. Marshall thought that Cabo San Lucas would be ideal, but these locations ultimately did not work for the film s story. Although the film would be shot partly in England, Spielberg felt the country was too far from the fictional Isla Nublar to be used as the in-film setting for the second half. He and the producers did not want the film to spend too much time on a boat. Crowley stated: Rather than making it a movie about traveling on a boat, which is not very exciting, you needed to get to the place .
In September 2016, Bayona confirmed the film would be the second chapter in a planned Jurassic World trilogy. Later that year, Jurassic World composer Michael Giacchino was confirmed to return, while Óscar Faura was announced as the film s cinematographer.
Although Spielberg was heavily involved in the development of ideas for Jurassic World, he had Trevorrow and Connolly devise their own ideas for the sequel. He retained final approval on the project. In June 2015, about two weeks after the theatrical release of Jurassic World, Trevorrow embarked on a road trip from Los Angeles to his home state of Vermont. Connolly agreed to accompany him so they could discuss a basic set of ideas Trevorrow had for the film. During their eight-day trip, they began work on the script and devised the basic story. Trevorrow said it was inspired by a quote from Dr. Alan Grant in the first film: Dinosaurs and man, two species separated by 65 million years of evolution, have suddenly been thrown back into the mix together. How can we possibly have the slightest idea of what to expect? Trevorrow said the story was heavily influenced by the idea that a mistake made a long time ago just can t be undone . He also said the film deals with themes of political megalomania, greed, and making decisions with lack of care for how it affects people s lives .
The film is also based on concepts from Michael Crichton s novel Jurassic Park (1990) and its sequel The Lost World (1995), and includes dialogue from the first novel. Isla Nublar s volcano is in the first novel, and the writers chose to incorporate it into the film s plot. Trevorrow compared the destruction of Isla Nublar to the burning down of a church or a temple. I honestly think it s like killing off a character in a way, and if you re going to do that, as long as you approach it with the proper respect and acknowledgement that you understand how indelible and permanent what you re doing is, then hopefully people will have an emotional response but they won t hate you for it . The idea to include a silent partner for John Hammond was also inspired by the Jurassic Park novel. Although the character of Benjamin Lockwood was not featured in the novel, the book depicts the early years leading up to the cloning of dinosaurs. This made Trevorrow realize there would have been many people involved in such a project, convincing him that someone like Lockwood would be among those people.
In his initial film treatment, Trevorrow had included story elements that Marshall and Crowley considered excessive for a single film. The producers felt it was important to include details about Owen and Claire s lives after the events of Jurassic World. Although the original ending was the same as the final film, Trevorrow had wanted to include more details about the integration of dinosaurs into the world. He chose to remove them to keep the story focused. The script s structure, Trevorrow said, was inspired by Spielberg s 2015 film Bridge of Spies, in which two seemingly unrelated stories collide in the middle, and move on together . Trevorrow was also inspired by the 1975 film Three Days of the Condor: It s one of those places where you think you know what the score is, and then everything changes, and then suddenly you don t know who to trust . The film includes ideas previously featured in a rejected 2004 draft for Jurassic Park IV (later Jurassic World), presented in the same structure: a return to Isla Nublar followed by a second half set in a large Gothic building on the mainland. The idea of selling weaponized dinosaurs was also in the rejected draft, which Trevorrow had read while writing the first Jurassic World film. The idea of weaponized dinosaurs came from Spielberg. Having directed Jurassic World, Trevorrow was familiar with how animatronics worked and wrote scenes for the sequel that would allow for their use. For example, animatronics are incapable of certain actions such as running.
Regarding the idea of human cloning, Trevorrow said that we re so much closer to cloning humans than we are to cloning dinosaurs. It felt like far less of a leap to me than dinosaurs do. To have a character who has such deep love and has felt such loss and the inability to go on, I think is something we all feel. So the idea that you might be able to bring someone back in that way is emotionally grounded in a very universal idea . Trevorrow also said he was interested in the larger impact of genetic power, including its emotional impact and its potential human impact. He added, we knew that we didn t want to continue to make movies about the dangers of messing with science. We want to tell a story about where we are now, which is that we have messed with science, we have fundamentally altered our world and now we re dealing with the consequences . Trevorrow was nervous about how audiences would react to the story s human cloning aspect, an idea supported by Spielberg, who was excited about the questions that such an idea could raise in the film s sequel. Because of criticism of the death of Zara in the previous film, Trevorrow said for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom: We made sure that every death was earned. Everybody deserves their death in this movie, a lesson learned. In 2018 everyone earns it. Horrible people .
One of Trevorrow s ideas was to include Jeff Goldblum s character of Ian Malcolm, who appeared in the franchise s earlier films. Trevorrow and Goldblum discussed dialogue ideas for Malcolm, and Trevorrow said he used a lot of dialogue from Crichton s Jurassic Park novel for the character. Marshall said that Trevorrow wrote Malcolm as the Uh oh, danger, I told you so kind of character . Trevorrow said of Malcolm: I saw him as kind of Al Gore. He s got a beard now, and he s like, I told all of you this was going to be a disaster, and sure enough it is .
The character of Lowery, a park control-room employee from the previous Jurassic World film, was considered for a return in Fallen Kingdom. Trevorrow ultimately replaced Lowery with the equivalent character Franklin Webb. According to Trevorrow, Lowery did not have quite the same spirit as Franklin: We did like the idea of being pretty idealistic young people who are activists who really believe in the cause that Claire believes in. I wasn t really able to shoehorn into that, he s kind of a cynical guy . Jake Johnson met with Connolly to discuss his character s appearance in Fallen Kingdom. Johnson later said that Lowery is a different guy because of what he went through in the first movie. Like he s got a huge ponytail now. I pitched that he s got sleeve tattoos. The trauma of seeing a dinosaur attack really messed him up. I thought we could have some fun . In October 2016, Johnson said he and his character would not be in the film.
After Bayona was hired, he began reading Crichton s novels – including Jurassic Park and The Lost World – for inspiration. He also re-watched each of the previous Jurassic Park films. Trevorrow and Connolly began working with Bayona in July 2016, to perfect the script to the director s liking. Bayona had his own ideas incorporated into the script while essentially retaining the original story devised by Trevorrow and Connolly. The film s underwater opening sequence was already in their script, and Bayona asked Trevorrow to push for it to become a bigger scene with a larger set. Because the film has a lengthy period until the action scenes involving the volcano, Bayona felt it was necessary to expand the opening sequence to be action oriented. He also expanded Blue s surgery scene, as he felt it was a key moment demonstrating Owen s relationship with her. In addition, Bayona added an action scene to the sequence set on board the Arcadia, the ship that transports the dinosaurs. He felt that the sequence was too lengthy and required some action, leading to his suggestion of Owen and Claire retrieving blood from the T. rex to aid in Blue s surgery. Bayona and Trevorrow removed certain moments from the final script that they felt would be better for the sequel, which would depict dinosaurs having spread around the world.
Trevorrow said Fallen Kingdom would be more suspenseful and scary than its predecessor: It s just the way it s designed; it s the way the story plays out. I knew I wanted Bayona to direct it long before anyone ever heard that it was a possibility, so the whole thing was just built around his skillset . Trevorrow later described the film as The Impossible meets The Orphanage with dinosaurs . Bayona said that with the first half of the film set on an island, you have what you expect from a Jurassic movie , while the second half moves to a totally different environment that feels more suspenseful, darker, claustrophobic, and even has this kind of gothic element, which I love . The gothic element of suspense was influenced by Alfred Hitchcock films. Bayona compared the film to The Empire Strikes Back and Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, which were both considered darker than their predecessors. Regarding the mansion sequence in which Maisie is chased by the Indoraptor, Bayona compared the scenes to the classic ending of a fairy tale, of a Gothic story, like finishing at the top of the castle with the princess in the tower and the dragon chasing the little girl .
Trevorrow said the film s dinosaurs would be a parable of the treatment animals receive today: the abuse, medical experimentation, pets, having wild animals in zoos like prisons, the use the military has made of them, animals as weapons . In Trevorrow and Connolly s draft, the dinosaurs would be sold rather than auctioned. Spielberg and Trevorrow liked Bayona s idea to have the sale changed to an auction, which Bayona believed to be the best way possible to show the greed in those characters. Because all the people are together in the same room betting for the animals . Trevorrow said that they sought to explore the uglier side of humanity and our cruel treatment of living creatures. According to Trevorrow, the auction scene was initially envisioned as a dirty, unsavory bunch of animal traffickers but he said that Bayona kept us from going too far , embracing the darker elements while adding his own sense of playfulness and humor . Trevorrow described the final auction scene as more like a Sotheby s auction for the super-wealthy while stating: I think it played much better for kids, and was the right choice when balanced against the poor treatment of the animals we were seeing, which could have become irreparably sad . Trevorrow said that with the dinosaur auction, the worst instincts of mankind are revealed. The first film was very clearly about corporate greed. This is just about human greed .
In October 2016, casting was underway for the role of a nine-year-old girl. Approximately 2,500 girls were interviewed for the part, which ultimately went to Isabella Sermon, marking her film debut. Tom Holland – who previously starred in The Impossible – had discussed a role in the film with Bayona, but did not believe he would be available because of scheduling conflicts. Toby Jones, Rafe Spall, and Justice Smith were cast at the end of the year.
Daniella Pineda, Ted Levine and James Cromwell were cast in early 2017, while BD Wong confirmed his return as Dr. Henry Wu. Geraldine Chaplin, who had appeared in each of Bayona s previous films, was also cast. To maintain secrecy, the Ancient Futures title was used in the casting phase. During auditions, references to dinosaurs were replaced with animals such as lions and grizzly bears. To convince the studio that Pineda was right for the role of Zia, Bayona had her demonstrate she could perform comedy and drama scenes, as well as improvise. Pineda auditioned seven times before being given the role. She auditioned for Bayona, Atienza, and Crowley but did not meet the cast until she arrived in England for filming.
Howard expressed interest in seeing characters from earlier Jurassic Park films return for the fifth installment. In April 2017, Goldblum was confirmed to reprise his role from the first two films as Dr. Ian Malcolm. Bayona considered Malcolm a great character! Marshall said: The world has changed a lot since Ian Malcolm went to Jurassic Park and we need his point of view now more than ever. He told us about chaos theory, he was right .
Filming began on February 24, 2017, and the shoot included locations in England followed by Hawaii. Most of the filming in England took place at Pinewood Studios. Because of its large sound stages, it was considered perfect for the film s many interior scenes. Scenes shot in Hawaii were set on Isla Nublar. A post-credits scene is set at the Paris Las Vegas resort, where loose pteranodons from Lockwood s estate land atop the resort s Eiffel Tower. Scenes were also expected to be shot at Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales, but ultimately no filming took place there.
The film is the first entry in the Jurassic Park series to be shot in CinemaScope, a widescreen 2.40:1 aspect ratio, as Bayona wanted to present the film as bigger and more epic . The film crew used Arri Alexa 65 cameras exclusively, making it the first film in the series to be shot digitally. Several scenes were shot to reference various films including From Here to Eternity (1953) and Dracula (1979), as well as Spielberg s films Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982). Spielberg was shown scenes from the film during production and offered Bayona his opinions. Bayona said that making the film was the biggest challenge of his life. The original cut of the film was approximately two hours and 45 minutes, which the filmmakers considered too long. It was trimmed to two hours and eight minutes for the final cut. One scene removed from the film for runtime reasons revealed the character of Zia to be a lesbian, an idea that came from Bayona and Trevorrow. The two chose not to include the deleted scenes on the film s home video release, as they believed that there was nothing meaningful in the scenes that would be of interest to viewers. The Pteranodons in Las Vegas is one scene that was cut but eventually added as the film s post-credits scene prior to the theatrical release.
During filming, and in between takes, Bayona used an iPod to play different types of music on set to inspire the actors, as he had done with his previous films. He also played sound effects from other films in the series, including a T. rex roar that he sometimes used to get a natural reaction from the actors. In particular, Bayona played unexpected sounds and loud music to scare Smith for certain scenes, as his character is portrayed as easily frightened. Bayona and Pratt discussed each scene involving Owen s character before it was shot, and many of Pratt s ideas were used in the film. Discussing Levine s character, Bayona said: He came with this idea of creating this kind of military man. He just wanted to portray the most hateable character possible. And he was so creative on set, trying to give ideas, bringing story notes to make this character more and more hateable .
The film includes several indirect references to U.S. President Donald Trump, including an idea from Trevorrow where a news ticker says the U.S. president has questioned the existence of dinosaurs in the first place . Trevorrow included the line because he felt that there was an ongoing strong denial of science in the world. Jones was allowed to decide his character s appearance, which included a wig similar to Trump s hairstyle. An unscripted moment left in the film involves Levine s character referring to Pineda s character Zia as a nasty woman , a comment that was previously made famous by Trump.
In Hawaii, scenes where characters are running were filmed with the use of the Edge Arm, a stabilized camera that was attached to a crane, which was mounted to a truck that drove alongside the actors. This specialized camera allowed for scenes to be shot steadily despite the truck being driven over rough terrain. The film includes a scene on Isla Nublar where Claire and Franklin are riding in a ball-shaped Jurassic World Gyrosphere ride to evade dinosaurs. It was shot in England, and at Kualoa Ranch in Oahu, Hawaii. Bayona described the scene as one of the film s biggest challenges.
In Hawaii, the Edge Arm was used to film the actors riding in the Gyrosphere as it was hauled on a trailer to simulate its movement. In England, an outdoor roller coaster track with a 40-foot drop was constructed for the Gyrosphere, which Howard and Smith rode in to shoot a scene where the ride plummets off a cliff and into the water surrounding Isla Nublar. Although this portion of the scene could have been shot with the use of a green screen, Bayona wanted the actors to express genuine fear for the scene. The last part of the scene was shot at Pinewood Studios, where a large indoor tank was constructed and filled with water to depict the submerged ride as Owen tries to break it open and rescue Claire and Franklin. This portion of the scene was filmed in five different takes that were merged to make it seem like a single continuous shot. Pratt was aided by a diving instructor while he shot the scene, which also involved Howard and Smith being underwater. Filming in the tank lasted five days, and it required a crew of 85. It was shot primarily by a second unit crew, as Bayona was busy directing scenes on other sound stages.
Filming in the United Kingdom began at the Langley Business Centre in Slough, England. Scenes shot at the business center included Claire s Dinosaur Protection Group office, old video diaries of Owen training his baby raptors, and Owen and Claire attempting to retrieve blood from the sedated T. rex. Much of the video diary footage was improvised by Pratt. Bayona, at the suggestion of his film editor, later decided to intercut Blue s surgery scene with footage from the video diaries.
In April 2017, filming took place at Hartland Park—formerly the Pyestock jet engine test site—in Fleet, Hampshire, England, where the film s opening sequence was shot. It was filmed through the night and involved helicopters, rain machines, and lightning simulators to depict a thunderstorm. Bayona described the opening scene as a massive action piece that resembled the prologues used in James Bond films. Filming also took place at Loch Long in Argyll and Bute, Scotland.
Scenes were also filmed on sets at Hampshire s Hawley Common, where the exterior of Lockwood s mansion was built, as well as a mainland loading dock where the dinosaurs are brought. The exterior of the Arcadia was created entirely through computer-generated effects by Industrial Light & Magic (ILM), which worked on the previous films. The ship s interior was constructed by Nicholson and his team as a large set at Pinewood Studios, and after filming, it was rebuilt to depict the large rooftop of the Lockwood Estate. The exterior of the Cragside country house in Northumberland, England, along with its coniferous surroundings, was also used to depict the Lockwood Estate exterior. The film crew took plate shots of Cragside and used a computer to combine the shots with footage filmed on set to create the exterior of the Lockwood Estate. No actors were involved in the Cragside shoot.
Nicholson previsualized each of the sets he and his team built to ensure they would be large enough for the intended scenes. He noted: Someone can tell you a Velociraptor is X-feet long, but until you see it in the space, you can t appreciate what that means in terms of your set and the action that needs to take place within it . The interior of the multi-floor Lockwood Estate was built entirely on sound stages at Pinewood Studios. The estate set included Eli Mills s office, Dr. Wu s large underground laboratory, an underground dinosaur containment facility, separate bedrooms belonging to Benjamin and Maisie Lockwood, and a large library with dinosaur skeletons and artifacts. When filming was completed in the Lockwood library, the set was redecorated and converted into the estate s underground garage, where the dinosaur auction takes place. Pratt said the film involved significantly more stunts than its predecessor. An improvised fist fight scene, between Owen and several men during the dinosaur auction, was added late in filming. It was the first such scene to be featured in the film series, and was filmed in a single continuous shot with the use of a dolly track.
Scenes at Hampshire s Blackbushe Airport, standing in as an American airfield, were shot in May 2017. Filming in the United Kingdom concluded on June 10. Up to that point, Trevorrow was present as an on-set writer for each day of production so he could aid Bayona with any possible script changes. Goldblum shot his scenes in a single day at Pinewood Studios, during the last day of filming in the United Kingdom. Jones also filmed his scenes on large sets at Pinewood Studios.
Filming in Hawaii was underway as of June 13, 2017, and lasted more than 25 days, with locations that included Dillingham Airfield and Pua ena Point. On June 21, filming began at Heʻeia Kea Small Boat Harbor, which served as Isla Nublar s shipping dock. More than half the harbor was closed for filming, which required the use of smoke machines. Scenes were scheduled to be shot there until the end of the month. Filming also took place in a nearby Heʻeia jungle for scenes where Owen searches for and locates Blue. As a reference to the first Jurassic Park film, the scene between Owen and Blue includes an overturned Ford Explorer, previously featured in the original film as a Jurassic Park tour vehicle. Trevorrow had initially considered including the vehicle in a scene in Jurassic World, before settling on the original Jurassic Park visitor center instead. Another filming location was Kualoa Ranch, which included the exterior set for a radio tower bunker. The film s official title was confirmed as Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom on June 22, 2017.
David Vickery and his team at ILM created the volcanic special effects and consulted volcanologists for research. According to Vickery, the team asked how a volcano of this type might erupt and also requested information about the various stages of lava and pyroclastic flow. We are speeding it up a bit for the sake of our film, but it is definitely all based on real science . The lava was created through digital effects, although one scene used cat litter set on fire as a stand-in on set, so the actors would know where to react. The scene was set in an Isla Nublar bunker as lava begins dripping from the roof. The litter had been soaked in flammable liquid, and was dropped from 12 different nozzles above the set.
The Main Street section of the Jurassic World theme park was rebuilt on Police Beach in Hawaii for a scene where Owen and Claire return to the island. The set had been built previously in Louisiana for filming of the previous Jurassic World, but was dismantled after filming concluded. For the sequel, Nicholson had part of the Main Street practically built, although the park s visitor center could not be constructed in its entirety because of its large size. Unbuilt portions of the park were created by ILM using digital set extensions. Main Street was the largest set built in Hawaii, and required more than three months to complete. Many of the same prop makers returned to recreate the Main Street set, which then had to be aged to give the appearance of abandonment. Filming took place at Oahu s Hālona Blowhole on July 7, where Pratt, Howard and Smith shot scenes on a beach. Filming wrapped one day later.
Creatures on screen
The film s dinosaurs were created using a combination of animatronics and computer-generated imagery (CGI). Special effects artist Neal Scanlan served as the film s creature effects supervisor, while Vickery and Alex Wuttke were visual effects supervisors. Scanlan worked on the animatronic dinosaurs, while Vickery and his ILM team created versions of the dinosaurs through CGI. ILM animators in Vancouver worked on dinosaur stampede scenes, while ILM s London studio created the remaining creature scenes. Approximately 52 ILM animators worked on the film. Scanlan worked closely with Bayona and Vickery to create the creatures. Vickery and ILM did extensive research to accurately create and depict the dinosaurs, which included consulting with paleontologists. The ILM team also referred to elephants and rhinos to determine how the dinosaurs should move and behave. Dinosaur expert John Hankla, of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, served as an advisor on the film. Hankla also provided several dinosaur fossil recreations for the film, including an accurately sized Velociraptor skeleton that appears in the background at the Lockwood Estate s library of dinosaur skeletons. After reading fan thoughts on dinosaurs and speaking with children, Bayona realized that dinosaur textures and colors were often brought up and said: I thought that was the area where I could play with. They feel somehow a little bit more exotic and richer in this movie . New research had also suggested that real dinosaurs were more colorful and brighter than previously thought.
The film features more dinosaurs than any previous film in the series. Bayona wanted to include several new dinosaurs never seen in earlier films, including Allosaurus, Baryonyx, Carnotaurus, Sinoceratops, Stygimoloch, and the fictional Indoraptor. Initially, the film was to feature two Indoraptors, a white one and a black one, the latter of which would kill the former in what Bayona considered similar to Cain and Abel. The white Indoraptor was eventually removed from the script as the story was considered detailed enough without it. Dilophosaurus was featured in the script, but its scene went un-filmed as Bayona decided it was not necessary. The scene would take place on board the Arcadia, in which Owen and Claire would encounter the Dilophosaurus in a cage. Bayona felt that the scenes on board the ship were long enough already. Baryonyx and Carnotaurus were among the creatures created through CGI.
The film features more animatronic dinosaurs than any previous sequel, and the animatronics used were more technologically advanced than in the earlier films. Five animatronic dinosaurs were created for the film, whereas the previous film featured only one. More animatronics were used because the film features closer interaction between humans and dinosaurs than its predecessor, including a scene where Howard rides atop the sedated T. rex. Bayona said that animatronics are very helpful on set, especially for the actors so they have something to perform against. There s an extra excitement if they can act in front of something real . Scanlan felt animatronics were not best for every scene: In some ways it will have an impact on your shooting schedule; you have to take time to film with an animatronic. In the balance, we ask ourselves if it is economically and artistically more valuable to do it that way, or as a post-production effect. Once we have looked at each particular case, with the director and the VFX supervisor we decide whether—because of the environment or the circumstances—it is the right way to go practically .
Spielberg suggested to Bayona that he not overfill his shots with animatronic dinosaurs, in order to give the impression that the dinosaurs were bigger. Scanlan spent more than eight months at Pinewood Studios working on the creatures before and during filming, with a crew of approximately 35 people. Scanlan s team created functional animatronic models of the T. rex, the Indoraptor and Blue, while ILM worked on CGI versions of the creatures.
- The T. rex was one of the first animatronic creatures needed for filming, in the form of a full-scale head and shoulders. ILM sent Scanlan a model of the T. rex from its appearance in Jurassic World. Scanlan used it to create a full-scale 3D print of the T. rex head and shoulders. The life-sized T. rex animatronic, which had the ability to breathe and move its head, was controlled with joysticks. It was used for a scene where the sedated creature is inside a cage while Owen and Claire attempt to retrieve blood from it. The beginning shots of the scene were created using only the animatronic, while the ending shots solely used CGI. The middle portion of the scene used a combination of the two methods. Within the film s story, the T. rex is portrayed as the same individual featured in previous films. Trevorrow said: We ve been following this same character since the beginning; she s the same T. rex that was in Jurassic Park and in Jurassic World. She is iconic—not just because she s a T. rex, but because she s this T. rex .
- The Blue animatronic was created to lie down on an operating table, depicting the animal in an injured state while the character of Zia operates on the creature. Up to 12 puppeteers, hidden under the operating table, were needed to control the animatronic during filming. The scene was shot twice, with and without the Blue animatronic, and the two versions were later combined for a seamless effect. In creating Blue through CGI, the animators referred to the animal s appearance in the previous film. According to Vickery, Blue s movements were designed to resemble a dog: You look at the way Blue cocks her head and looks up at you. It s exactly like a dog. You re trying to sort of connect the dinosaur with things that you understand as a human .
- The Indoraptor was primarily created through CGI, while a practical head, neck, shoulders, foot and arm were created for close-up shots. For some scenes, an inflatable Indoraptor stand-in was operated by two puppeteers on set, to be later replaced by a CGI version of the creature. The Indoraptor was designed to have long human-like arms. The creature is depicted as a quadruped and biped, with a height of approximately 10 ft (3.0 m) tall while standing on two legs. Bayona chose black for the Indoraptor s color because he wanted the creature to have the appearance of a black shadow, saying it s very terrifying when you see the Indoraptor in the dark because you can only see the eyes and the teeth . The Indoraptor s front teeth and long claws were inspired by Count Orlok in Nosferatu.
Scanlan s team also made puppeteering aids, rod puppets, and several prop dinosaurs, all created by coordinating with Vickery to ensure a consistent result between the practical effects and CGI. Animal motions that could not be perfected with puppetry, such as blinking, were created with computer technology. Among the puppeteer dinosaurs were baby Velociraptor used for a scene with Pratt. The scene s final, wider shots used two-wheeled, remote-controlled toys to stand-in for the baby Velociraptor on set. The toys included a spring which gave them the ability to jump. The feature was used to get a genuinely startled reaction from Pratt.
Although motion capture was used in the previous film to depict Velociraptor, ILM determined after several tests the technology would not be adequate for depicting dinosaurs in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. They chose instead to use key frame animation done for the previous films. However, some motion capture was done as a form of previsualization to aid Bayona. ILM used key framing to create scenes involving a large number of dinosaurs and referred to high-speed photography of horses racing for aid in creating such scenes. The fight scene between Blue and the Indoraptor, set in Maisie s bedroom, was designed in London and key framed by ILM. Jance Rubinchik, animation supervisor for ILM, said the fight was the trickiest sequence because of the lack of previsualization.
According to Bayona, a Brachiosaurus shown dying in the volcanic eruption is meant to be the same individual that is first seen in the original Jurassic Park. The Brachiosaurus in the new film was created using the same animations from the 1993 film. The dinosaur s death was the last shot on the entire film to be finished; Bayona and the post-production team struggled to perfect the CGI of the scene with only several days left to complete it. They worked through the final night to perfect the scene s colors and composition, shortly before the film s release.
For advice on veterinary procedures and animatronic movements, the filmmakers sought a veterinary surgeon who had experience with African wildlife. Jonathan Cranston, a Gloucestershire veterinary surgeon, was recommended for the position because of his experience with wildlife in South Africa. He advised Bayona and the producers on how to choreograph several scenes to accurately depict complex veterinarian procedures that involved the dinosaurs. Cranston also worked closely with Pratt, Howard, Pineda and Smith to teach them how to perform such procedures. He also advised the puppeteers on creating subtle and authentic animal movements and worked with Bayona on two scenes. Cranston was on set for 12 days, primarily at Pinewood Studios.
The musical score was composed by Michael Giacchino, who also composed the previous film. John Williams themes from earlier Jurassic Park scores were incorporated by Giacchino. A soundtrack album was released on June 15, 2018, by Back Lot Music.
A six-second clip from the film was released on November 22, 2017. The first trailer was teased for release on November 30, but was later confirmed to be incorrect. Several teaser trailers and a behind-the-scenes featurette of the film were released in early December, before the release of a full-length trailer on December 7.
That month, Universal launched a website for the Dinosaur Protection Group. It included miscellaneous information about the group and its effort to save the island s dinosaurs, as well as a video featuring Howard, Pineda and Smith as their characters. The website also explained that Isla Sorna, the second island of dinosaurs featured in earlier films, is no longer inhabited. The website was created by Chaos Theorem, a creative digital storytelling company created by Jack Anthony Ewins and Timothy Glover, who worked previously on the Masrani Global website for Jurassic World along with their team Manuel Bejarano, Samuel Phillips, Ross Lane & Jaroslav Kosmina. Trevorrow and Chaos Theorem also created a website and campaign for Extinction Now! (the antithesis to the Dinosaur Protection Group), which was launched shortly before the film s release. The campaign included a found-footage clip of a Tyrannosaurus loose in San Diego, a reference to The Lost World: Jurassic Park.
A second trailer aired during Super Bowl LII on February 4, 2018. A 30-second teaser trailer was later released on April 13, followed by the full trailer on April 18. Several of the trailers and commercials for the film included scenes from the ending that depict the Tyrannosaurus rex and the Mosasaurus now loose in the world. This frustrated Trevorrow, who preferred not to show such scenes before the film s release.
Universal spent $145 million on prints and advertisements promoting the film and had the benefit of a global marketing campaign by its partners valued at an additional $185 million, more than double the value of the previous film s partner program. The campaign included nine partners—Dairy Queen, Doritos, Dr Pepper, Ferrero SpA, Jeep, Juicy Fruit, Kellogg s, M&M s, and Skittles—who aired television commercials and sold products to promote the film. The global marketing campaign consisted of 1.3 billion promotional items, including 100 million boxes of Kellogg s products and 15 million packages of Kinder Joy candy by Ferrero. Dairy Queen, a returning partner from the previous film, sold Jurassic Chomp ice cream desserts in collectable cups, while Doritos and Dr Pepper marketed versions of their products that featured images of the film s dinosaurs. For Super Bowl LII, Trevorrow directed a Jeep commercial starring Goldblum featuring a T. rex. Within 24 hours of its release, the commercial received 39.7 million online views, more than any film trailer watched online following its Super Bowl television debut. Universal also teamed up with Amazon for a marketing stunt where a dinosaur-sized box was driven around Los Angeles on a truck to promote the film.
Licensing partners Mattel, Lego, and Funko created toys based on the film. Mattel produced a variety of toys, including dinosaurs and action figures, as well as Barbie dolls featuring the likeness of Pratt and Howard as their characters. Mattel released a mobile app titled Jurassic World Facts as a tie-in to its dinosaur toys, which included symbols that could be scanned to collect facts about each creature. Lego released a number of Lego sets and characters based on the film. A video game, Jurassic World Evolution, was released simultaneously with the film. A two-part virtual reality miniseries titled Jurassic World: Blue, created by Felix & Paul Studios and Industrial Light and Magic, was released for Oculus VR headsets as a film tie-in, featuring Blue on Isla Nublar at the time of the volcanic eruption.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom had its premiere at the WiZink Center in Madrid, Spain, on May 21, 2018. The film s international theatrical release began in Singapore and Malaysia on June 7, followed by the United Kingdom, India, Italy, South Korea and Angola on June 8. It was released in the United States on June 22, 2018.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom was released digitally on September 4, 2018, and on Blu-ray, DVD, Blu-ray 3D and 4K Blu-ray on September 18.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom grossed $417.7 million in the United States and Canada and $892.7 million in other territories for a total worldwide gross of $1.310 billion, against a production budget of $170 million. The film crossed the $1 billion mark on July 5, 2018, becoming the 35th film of all time to reach this milestone, and the seventh film for Universal. It also made Universal the second studio (after Disney) to have at least two films in three different franchises make $1 billion worldwide, alongside Fast & Furious and Despicable Me. Deadline Hollywood calculated the net profit of the film to be $222.8 million when factoring together all expenses and revenues, making it the eighth most profitable release of 2018.
United States and Canada
In December 2017, a survey from Fandango indicated that Fallen Kingdom was one of the most anticipated films of 2018. Initial projections three weeks before its release had the film grossing $130–150 million in its opening weekend in the United States and Canada, with BoxOffice magazine estimating a total of $325–380 million for its final domestic gross. By the week of its release, the low-end projections had reached $135 million. It was released on June 22, 2018, in 4,475 theaters (the second-widest release ever behind Despicable Me 3), grossing $58.7 million on its opening day, the second-highest of the franchise and 28th-best on record. The film grossed $15.3 million from Thursday night previews at 3,600 theaters, down from the $18.5 million grossed by Jurassic World. It ended up debuting at $148 million, the 20th-best opening weekend of all time and second-highest for Universal. It also marked the second time two films opened to over $100 million on back-to-back weekends, following Incredibles 2 s $182.7 million debut the week before, since May 2007 when Shrek the Third and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World s End opened to $121.6 million and $114.7 million, respectively. The film was particularly popular among families, leading to an opening weekend that exceeded expectations. In its second weekend, the film made $60.9 million, a drop of 59% and less than the $105.8 million made by Jurassic World in its sophomore weekend. In its third weekend, it made $28.6 million.
Outside North America
Overseas, the film was released in 48 countries between June 6 and June 8, including France, Germany, South Korea, the United Kingdom, Italy, Russia, and Spain. It was projected to gross $130–145 million on its opening weekend. It made $20.2 million on its first day, including $1.4 million in France and $1 million in Indonesia. In South Korea, it grossed $9.7 million (₩10.3 billion) and sold over 1 million tickets, setting opening day records for both (beating The Mummy s ₩7.4 billion and Avengers: Infinity War s 980,000). It went on to have an international debut of $151.1 million, including $8 million from IMAX screenings. Its largest opening markets were South Korea ($27.2 million), the UK ($19.9 million), France ($10 million), Spain ($9.5 million), and Germany ($9.1 million). In China, the film was released on June 15 and made $34.4 million (¥220 million) on its opening day, nearly double the first day total of its predecessor ($17.5 million). The film went on to open to $111.9 million (¥715 million), the fourth-best-ever in the country for a Hollywood release (behind The Fate of the Furious, Avengers: Infinity War, and Transformers: The Last Knight), and bringing its two-week international total to $372.1 million, more than the entire lifetime gross of Jurassic Park III ($368 million). In its third week of international release, the film made $106.7 million, bringing its total to $561.5 million. China remained one of the top markets, with $32.4 million (a standard 71% drop for Hollywood films in the country), while it was also released in Mexico ($12.3 million), Brazil ($9.2 million), and Australia ($7.9 million). As of July 5, 2018, the film has grossed $245.5 million in China, making it the fifth-highest-grossing Hollywood film of all time in the country.
On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, 47% of 432 critics reviews are positive, with an average rating of 5.4/10. The website s consensus reads, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom adds another set piece-packed entry to the blockbuster franchise, although genuinely thrilling moments are in increasingly short supply. Metacritic assigned the film a weighted average score of 51 out of 100 based on 59 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of A− on an A+ to F scale, while PostTrak reported filmgoers gave it an 82% overall positive score. The Hollywood Reporter found that some critics praised the film s visuals and its break from recent franchise installments with its darker tone, but noted criticism from others regarding the screenplay, undeveloped concepts , and the feeling that the film franchise had run its course.
Variety s Owen Gleiberman called the film better than the first Jurassic World but wrote … ends up being just a so-so ride. I hope the next one is an all-out ride—but that for the first time since Spielberg s 1993 original, it s actually a great one. The audience for this series has proved that it will turn out in mega-droves . Lindsey Bahr of the Associated Press wrote: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom will not stand up to rigorous scrutiny, and yet, it s kind of an enjoyable, preposterous and thrilling ride that ticks through nostalgia beats like a shopping list . The Boston Globe s Ty Burr likened the film to a Universal Studios theme park ride noting: It s enough for a fun fright night at the movies but lacks anything else: character, mystery, wonder, danger. The film s a rush for an audience that only wants the high .
In a more critical assessment, Peter Travers of Rolling Stone said …this sequel has the perfunctory vibe that comes from filmmakers who cynically believe the public will buy anything T. rex-related, no matter how shoddy the goods or warmed-over the plot . Senior Editor Matt Goldberg of Collider also criticized the screenplay stating that the film is too lazy to even bother with the modest housekeeping of explaining its characters motives . The Verge s Bryan Bishop was equally critical: Like its predecessor, Fallen Kingdom is overstuffed with ethical conundrums, and not sophisticated enough to fully engage with them … the movie s villains become such cartoony caricatures that it s impossible to take Fallen Kingdom s attempted philosophical musings seriously . Sam Machkovech of Ars Technica called the film a B movie consisting of a sixth-grade sketchbook mash of dino-murder, cartoonish villains, and plot holes , while Travis M. Andrews of The Washington Post said the film makes dinosaurs boring.
In a positive review, Scott Mendelson of Forbes wrote, Fallen Kingdom is a gorgeous, mostly enjoyable blockbuster that looked great in IMAX. That it doesn t cash all the checks it tries to write is why it s merely a good movie instead of a great one . Writing for The Hollywood Reporter, John DeFore also praised the film: Finally making good on its name, J.A. Bayona s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom says goodbye to the park for good, not just carrying the de-extincted dinos off the island but freeing itself from the genre trappings of the previous four films . In a review for Empire, Ben Travis lauded the film giving it four out of five stars saying, despite some familiar echoes of The Lost World, Fallen Kingdom also takes big, ballsy, irreversible strides, deriving tantalising logical conclusions from Michael Crichton s original premise and setting up a brave new World for this trilogy s final chapter . Sam Prell of GamesRadar+ compared the film to Star Wars: The Last Jedi, stating that both represent turning points for their respective franchises: Both movies tear down the old to give us something new . IGN s Carlos Morales considered the film a Gothic fable rather than science fiction, noting a shift in tone from the previous films.
Many reviewers singled out the scene where a lone Brachiosaurus, stranded on Isla Nublar, succumbs to the volcanic fumes while the characters helplessly watch from the departing ship as poignant or haunting , especially given the species role in the first film.
|Award||Date of ceremony||Category||Recipient(s)||Result||Ref(s)|
|Teen Choice Awards||August 12, 2018||Choice Summer Movie||Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom||Nominated|
|Choice Summer Movie Actor||Chris Pratt||Won|
|Choice Summer Movie Actress||Bryce Dallas Howard||Won|
|People s Choice Awards||November 11, 2018||Action Movie of 2018||Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom||Nominated|
|Male Movie Star of 2018||Chris Pratt||Nominated|
|Female Movie Star of 2018||Bryce Dallas Howard||Nominated|
|Action Movie Star of 2018||Chris Pratt||Nominated|
|Visual Effects Society Awards||February 5, 2019||Outstanding Animated Character in a Photoreal Feature||Jance Rubinchik, Ted Lister, Yannick Gillain, Keith Ribbons for Indoraptor||Nominated|
|Outstanding Virtual Cinematography in a Photoreal Project||Pawl Fulker, Matt Perrin, Óscar Faura, David Vickery for Gyrosphere Escape||Nominated|
|Outstanding Compositing in a Photoreal Feature||John Galloway, Enrik Pavdeja, David Nolan, Juan Espigares Enriquez||Nominated|
|Golden Raspberry Awards||February 23, 2019||Worst Supporting Actor||Justice Smith||Nominated|
|Kids Choice Awards||March 23, 2019||Favorite Butt-Kicker||Chris Pratt||Won|
|Saturn Awards||September 13, 2019||Best Science Fiction Film||Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom||Nominated|
The sequel, Jurassic World Dominion, began filming in February 2020, with Trevorrow returning as director and co-writer. Emily Carmichael is credited as co-screenwriter, with the script based on a story by Trevorrow and Connolly. Trevorrow also serves as executive producer with Steven Spielberg, while Marshall and Crowley served as producers. Pratt, Howard, Johnson, Sy, Pineda and Smith reprise their roles from the previous two films, while original Jurassic Park stars Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill also return to the franchise. Like Fallen Kingdom, filming took place at Pinewood Studios. Jurassic World Dominion was released on June 10, 2022.
|Plot||When the island’s dormant volcano begins roaring to life, Owen and Claire mount a campaign to rescue the remaining dinosaurs from this extinction-level event.|
|Awards||Awards, 4 wins & 26 nominations|
|Writers||Derek Connolly, Colin Trevorrow, Michael Crichton|
|Stars||Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Rafe Spall|
|Produced by||Belén Atienza,Patrick Crowley,Thomas Hayslip,Frank Marshall,Robin Mulcahy Fisichella,Steven Spielberg,Colin Trevorrow|
|Music by||Michael Giacchino|
|Cinematography by||Oscar Faura|
|Film Editing by||Bernat Vilaplana|
|Casting By||Nina Gold|
|Production Design by||Andy Nicholson|
|Art Direction by||Guy Bradley,Andrew Max Cahn,Anthony Caron-Delion,Nick Crocco,Gregory Fangeaux,Gavin Fitch,Jason Knox-Johnston,Renate Nicolaisen,Marco Anton Restivo,Matt Wynne|
|Set Decoration by||Tina Jones,Carolyn ‘Cal’ Loucks|
|Costume Design by||Sammy Sheldon|
|Makeup Department||Jordann Aguon,Vivian Baker,Helen Barrett,Chantal Boom’la,Natalie Bruce,Dorey Cilia,Karen Cohen,Mahealani Diego,Emma Flowers,Monique Giamattei,Sarah Grispo,Catherine Grove,Sarah Hamilton,Frances Hannon,Nicky Knowles,Rachel Lennon,Waldo Mason,Mary L. Mastro,Siân Miller,Cheryl Mitchell,Laura Morse,Charlotte Rogers,Laine Rykes,Zoey Stones,Sally Sutton,Peter Tothpal,Mary Castor,Natalie Cordray,Mark Coulier,Andrea Cracknell,John Fallows,Annette Field,Deb Kenton,Delia Letham,Chris Lyons,Clementine Ollerenshaw,Angela-Lea Phair,Anastasia Storey,Tonia Vernava|
|Production Management||Alison Banks,Sally French,Teodora Ilie,Kevin Jenkins,Simon Mills,Nadia Paine,Mika Saito,Joan Schneider,Michael Solinger,Katherine Tibbetts,Sean T. Stratton|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Daisy Baldry,James Budd,Joey Coughlin,Martin Dorsch,Ben Harrison,Ryan Robert Howard,Michael Lerman,Zoe Liang,Danni Lizaitis,Patrick Loungway,Andrew Mckenzie,Eugenio Mira,Mac Montero,Alaina Neumann,Teresa Orlando,Jason Rickwood,Brett Robinson,Tom Rye,George Walker|
|Art Department||Elizabeth Abad Quintero,Paula Gonzalez Abad,Roxana Alexandru,David Allcock,Victoria Allwood,Davíð Örn Arnarson,Huw Arthur,Matt Askey,Chris Ball,Dion Banner,Bruce Barnes,Ray Barrett,Bethany Beagle,Connor Bede,Freddie Beldam,David Benzal,Max Berman,Sean Birkby,Robert A. Blackburn,Michael Blake,Jan Blazicek,Greg Bradlaugh,John Bratton,Anna Bregman,Toby Browne,Richard Brunton,Goran Bukvic,Mary Buri,Jack Cairns,Andrea Carter,Rick Carter,Katrin Chong,Sophia Chowdhury,Robert Clark,Deano Harry Coldham,Anna Cole,Jon Colson,Karl Colson,Michael A. Contreraz,Randy Culberhouse,James Cura,Tom Curtis,Luke Dass,Gary Dawson,James Dean,Josh Deighton,Yann Denoual,Julie DeRose,Becca Djan,Katie Driscoll,Alan Droeger,Jack Dyer,Michael Eaton,Aaron Ellis,Kimberley Fahey,Jools Faiers,Teri Fairhurst,Andrew Falk,Eugenio Feito,Alexis Fibla,Suzy Fink,Neil Floyd,Rod Forbes,Hannah Foulkes,Kevin Fraser,Kim Frederiksen,Matt French,Julien Gauthier,Nick Geller,Benoit Godde,Alan Gooch,Larry Gooch,George Good,Thomas R Goode,Thomas Goodwin,Michael Gowen,Lexington Graham,Sean Greenham,Eddie Grisco,Andrea Hambuchen,Rohan Harris,Aaron Harvey,Mathew Hilton,Roger Holden,Will Holden,Matthew Hotchkiss,Will Houghton-Connell,Travis Huffman,Andrew Hughes,Tom Hughes,Kate Suzanne Hunter,Katie Hyatt,Tara Ilsley,Casey Ivall,Colin Jackman,Mark Jones,Jama Jurabaev,Derrick Kaupiko,David Ned Kelly,Dave Kilby,Jody King,Tim R. Lafferty,Jasmine Lean,Craig K. Lewis,Karl Lindberg,Katie Lodge,Helen Logan,Leslie Lovelace,David Lowery,Eric Luling,Mary Mackenzie,Richard MacMillan,Jade Mahoney,Tony Marks,Glenn Marsh,Hale Mawae,Ian McCaffrey,Hugh McClelland,Hannah Storm Miles,Laura Miller,Nick Milner,Johanne Mitchell,Paul Mitchell,Lee Montebello,Lorna Moon,Mark Moquin,Josh Morris,Eddie Murphy,Craig Narramore,Christopher Neely,Erica Nese,Peter Pj Newman,Antony Nguyen,Philip O’Connell,Timothy Oakley,Dan Ondrejko,Russell Oxley,Tyler Patton,Ollie Pellowe,Vilius Petrauskas,Alice Phelps,Samuel Phillips,Theofano Pitsillidou,Clare Porritt,Justin Powers,Graeme Purdy,Tabitha Quitman,Isaia Robins,Adam Robinson,Timothy Rodriguez,Eleonore Rolandez,Laurence Romera,Jorry Rosman,Richard Rowntree,Terry Royce,Lisa Royle,Richard Ruhe,Toby Russell,Alex Rutherford,Steve Salazar,Jo Sansom,Alex Sessing,Adam Shepherdly,Matt Sims,Craig Skerry,Laura Skinner,Steve ‘Moose’ Smith,Lamont Snipes,Codrina Spataru,Bobby Stenwall,Kyle Stephen-Lett,Sam Sternthall,Dorothy Sullivan,Sara Taddei,Julie Tierney,Jenny Tobin,Neil Trepat,Gary Tuers,Claudiu Turcanu,David Tye,Stella Vaccaro,Arnaud Valette,Kurt van der Basch,Cuitlahuac Morales Velazquez,Ed Verreaux,Daniel Vincze,Evgeni Vodenitcharov,Rachel Wallbridge,Michael Weaver,Clint Whelan,John Whitby,Paul Williams,Tracey Wilson,Danny Winship,Chizelle Wood,Christopher J. Wood,Chris Woodworth,James Wright,William Wright,Helen Yates,Mark Yeo,Ulrich Zeidler,Walter Zieska,Jon Ziman-Bright,Ian Bruce,Mick Chubbock,Daniel Pye|
|Sound Department||Francis Aitken,Martí Albert,Marco Alicea,Mark Appleby,Christopher Barnett,Marc Bech,Christopher Boyes,Benjamin A. Burtt,Danny Caccavo,Lizzie Campbell-Kelly,Dustin Capulong,John Casali,Emma Chilton,Blake Collins,Raemond Cook,Iwan de Kuijper,Steve DeFeo,Simon Diggins,Gary Dodkin,Luke Dunn Gielmuda,Luke Dunn,Karolina Dziwinska,Cei Frampton,Peter Gleaves,Scott Guitteau,Rikki Hanson,Pete Horner,Bobby Johanson,Harry Jones,Robert Karlsson,Conor Kelly,Mark Kenna,Brian Long,Alan MacFeely,Dmitri Makarov,Chris Manning,Liz Marston,Stuart McCowan,Michael Miller,Michel Monier,Chris Murphy,Jordan Myers,Tom Myers,Cheryl Nardi,Joe Nattrass,Chris Navarro,Al Nelson,Alyssa Nevarez,Tobi Nova,Thomas J. O’Connell,Candela Palencia,Rachel Park,Campbell Pratt,Will Ralston,Simon Ray,Albert Ribas,Michael Rivera,Gary Rydstrom,Roger J. Sacdalan,Robbie Scott,Hugh Sherlock,Michael Silvers,James Spencer,Oriol Tarragó,Rachael Tate,Mike Tehrani,Will Thomas,Jana Vance,Geoff Vaughan,Chris Wiecking,Gwendolyn Yates Whittle,Ryan Young,Marco Alicea,Blake Collins,Oriol Donat i Martos,Mitch Dorf,Sam François,Richard Gould,Harry Jones,Jordan Myers,Alyssa Nevarez,David Peifer,Michael Silvers,Richard Spooner,Will Thomas,Dennie Thorpe|
|Special Effects by||Michael ‘Tiny’ Alcorn,Wayne Anderson,Cyrus Apeles,Matthew G. Armstrong,Tom Bailey,William Banyard,Chris Brenczewski,William Brett,Pete Britten,Frederick Buhagiar,Darrell Burgess,Roy K. Cancino,Sean Clarke,Andy Colquhoun,Chloe Corbould,Sophie Corbould,Christopher A. Dalton,Kyle Davis,Ronnie James Davis,Adam Dougherty,Matthew Duggan,Tony Edwards,Mark Evans,Michael Fox,Andre Gilbert,Alec Gillis,Hugh Goodbody,Callum Gordon,Skylar Gorrell,Simon Gosling,Robin Guiver,Giles Hannagan,Peter Hawkins,Michael Heintzelman,Gustav Hoegen,Andrew Homan,Giacomo Iovino,Colin Jackman,John Jones,Cerina Knott,Cara Lanning,Michael Lantieri,Joshua Lee,Jason Leinster,Matt Lewis,Sam Lewis,Kiri Louca,Stuart Lovelock,Duncan MacLeod,Luke Marcel,Rick Marr,Callum Martin,Nick Martin,Lui Matthews,Mark ‘Crash’ McCreery,James McKeown,Noah Meddings,Michael Meinardus,Jon K. Miller,Ayumi Miyashiro,Alan Murphy,Neil Murray,Tom Murtagh,Darren Nevin,Greg Oddoye,Jonathan Oram,Tom Packwood,Simon Paraskevas,Melvyn Pearson,Charlie Pedersen,John Pilgrim,Shannon Pitts,Karen Purvis,Michael Rifkin,Scott A. Riley,Samuel A. Sanders,Mike Sasgen,Neal Scanlan,Robin Schoonraad,Paul Scotson,Anthony Simonaitis,Jaydan Smith,George Spensley-Corfield,Karol Stachowicz,Henrik Svensson,Gary Thom,Peter Tindall,Sara Villarreal,Ben Vokes,Tom von Badinski,Connor Wade,Paul Waller,Chris L. Ward,Michael White,Daniel Williams,Oscar Williams,Tom Wilton,Louis Wiltshire,Tom Woodruff Jr.,David T. Woodruff,Daniel Yates,Kila Young,Douglas D. Ziegler,Gary Merrington|
|Visual Effects by||Lisa Abbate,Zakariyah Abdel-Illah,Jérémie Abrial,Hayley Adams,Mayur Dadarao Adhau,Carmine Agnone,Alexis Agrotis,Ahsan Uddin Ahmed,Ben Aickin,Silvio Alberti,Anjel Alcaraz,David Allan,Corey Allen,Jon Allen,Craig Allison,Bimpe Alliu,Kori Amacker,Shudhdodhan Milind Ambhore,Kasyia Ancuta,Lars Andersen,Viktor Andersson,Mario Anger,Samir Ansari,Keith Anthony-Brown,Alexandra Antonovitch,David Apgar,Sarah Arduini,Cole Armstrong,Avi Arora,Francois Arseneau,Omid Arzhang,Ruben Athouel,Nikki Atkinson,Kenneth Au,Ando Avila,Mathieu Bacchous,Tigran Badalyan,Adam Baines,Jamie Bakewell,Anand Balasubramaniam,Michael Jeff Baldemoro,Dorothy Ballarini,Tom Balogh,Ayan Banerjee,Lorien Baquera,Pierrick Barbin,Steven Barham,Aaron Barlow,Daniel Barrow,Tommy Barry,Bryan Bartlett,William Bartlett,Ian Baxter,Matt Beale,Marc Beaujeau,Mike Beaulieu,Monica Bechu,Sophie Beck,Charles Beglan,Martin Bell,Nico Bell,Sydney Benedet,Charlie Bennett,Brian N. Bentley,Richard Bentley,Martin Bergquist,David Berrocoso,Gaia Bestagno,Thomas Bevan,Gianluigi Bevilacqua,Aaron D. Beyer,Manthan Bhayani,Sabina Bihlmaier,Michael Billette,Wayne Billheimer,Yves Bischoff,Kyran Bishop,Nunzio Bitetti,Måns Björklund,Gabriel Blanco,Javier Blanco,Steven Boden,Moragot Bodharamik,Alex Bonacci,Aron Bonar,Markus Boos,Anne Bot,Alan Boucek,Virginie Bourdin,Scott Bourne,Florian Boury,Zak Boxall,Nicola Brennan,Christine Breuninger,Dominique Breyvogel,Ariane Brinkmann,Matthew Bristowe,Daniel Brkovic,Jack Brown,Stuart Brown,Jordan Browne,Juri Bryan,Christopher Brändström,Cuco Bures,Jennifer Burke,Patrick Burke,Jessica Burnhope,Kaitlen Burns,Daniel Burridge,Andy Burrow,Conor Byrne,Alberto Cadenas Esteban,Daniel Caffrey,Bryon Caldwell,Jon Caldwell,Earle Stuart Callender,Pau Calsina,Marc Calvelo,David Cam,Billy A. Campbell,Nicole Campbell,Juan Pedro Campuzano,Josh Canalini,Angel Cano,Victor Carlander,Valentina Carnevale,Dan Carney,Steven Caron,Tami Carter,David Casey,Mark Casey,Silvio Castagna Muscella,Christian Castaneda,Daniel Cavey,Lanny Cermak,Ieva Cerps,Maxime Chaix,Jessica Chamberlin,Gordon Champ,Wayne Chan,Janice Chandra,Jerly Chang,Kai Chang,Kirk Chantraine,Josh James Chappell,Benjamin Charles,Rajat Chawla,Meagan Chechalk,Amelia Chenoweth,Vince Cherlet,Cheow Hong Chia,Gabriel Chifor,Vamsi Krishna Chilamkurthi,Sandra Chocholska,Shravan Choudaripeta,Zaria Chowdhury,Craig Christian,Fabiana Ciatti,Petru Ciobanu,Ross Clark,David Clifton,James Clowater,Berta Coderch,Isabel Cody,Adam Coglan,Amaury Coljon,Tony Como,Tara Conley,Jochen Conradt,Natalie Cooke,Chase Cooper,Andy Copeland,Rachel Copeland,Steven Cormann,Alessandro Costa,Jean-Nicolas Costa,Tom Coster,Glenn Cotter,Joseph Courtis,David Cowles-Brooks,Tom Cowlishaw,Christopher Cram,David Crane,Mathew Crisp,Oliver Cubbage,Elliesse Cuniff,Christian Cunningham,Sam Curtis,Poprizov Cvetan,Josh Dagg,Oscar Dahlén,Tobias Danbo,Varuna Darensbourg,Sashwata Das,Filippo Dattola,Sian Davies,Florian Dax,Cédric de la Forest Divonne,Isaac de la Pompa,Carlos de la Sotilla,Cristiano De Matos,Sarah de Schot,Simon Decombel,Jake Dee-McKoy,Marianne Del Rosario,Adrien Delecroix,Theo Demiris,Steven Denyer,Ayla Dervis,Varadarajan Desikan,Stefanie Desira,Vuk Despotovic,Yago Diaz,Simon Diebold,Gerard Diefenthal,Jama Djurabaev,Josh Docherty,Laura Dochtermann,Anand Dorairaj,Peter Mark Dorosz,Lisa Theresa Downey-Dent,Jan Dubberke,Tom Duckett,Peter Dudley,Ben Duff,Chuck Duke,Danny Duke,Travis Dultz,Colin Eade,Gottfried Eder,Oliver Eikhoff,Kadir Can Eksi,Jane Ekström,Tessa El Miligi,Duncan Eland,Janeen Elliott,Ronald Ellis,Stephen Ellis,David Elwell,David Emeny,Guglielmo Emmolo,Philip Engström,Patricia Escribano Bourgoin,Vincent Escueta,Juan Antonio Espigares Enríquez,Melissa Espina,David Esteve,Pascal Etangsale,Oliver Exmundo,Maeve Eydmann,Jeremy Ezekiel,Fabian Nowak,Giovanni Facci,Marc Falardeau,Irene Faminial,Finella Fan,James Farrington,Andreas Feix,Manuel Ferdinand,Susana Fernández Casco,George Ferris,Jake Ferris,Viktor Fillo,Dan Finnegan,Fabrizio Fioretti,Kimberley Fitch,Ben Fleming,James D. Fleming,Megan Flood,Benjamin Flynn,Brian Flynn,Cheri Fojtik,Nicola Fontana,Les Foor,Mike Ford,Federica Foresti,Brian Fortune,Lucien Fostier,Frederic Fourier,Carlos Fraiha,Florian Franke,Jack French,Travis Fruci,Ryoji Fujita,Pawl Fulker,Borja Fuste,Stephen Gallop,John J. Galloway,Wei Gao,Andy Garcia,Julio Tovar Garcia,Nathan Gardner,Abdel Halim Garess,Christine Gatchalian,Anshul Gattani,Jenny Gauci,Julien Gauthier,Johan Gay,Joshua Gengler,Rino George,Federico Ghetta,Nikhil Ghoorbin,Paul Giacoppo,Jennifer Giandalone,Matt Gibson,Arnau Gilabert,Mike Gilbert,Safiya Gili,Yannick Gillain,Benedict Gillingham-Sutton,Geoffroy Givry,Jeremy Goldman,Guy-Edwards Gonsalves,Alexandra N. Gonzalez,Sam Gough,Yoann Gouraud,Leanne Goymer,Stephane Grabli,Megan Graham,Gregory Graindorge,Juliette Grandjonc,Frank Gravatt,Kari-Lyn Gravel,Michael Leigh Gresham,John Gresko,Kris Gropatsakis,Mario Grosu,Dean Grubb,Glenn Guenette,Seraphin Guery,Gunas,Holly Gunn,Linus Gustafsson,Amandine Gutierrez,Martyn Gutteridge,Lloyd Hackl,Jim Hagarty,Thomas Haley-Hermiz,Tiffany Hall,Lasse Hamann,Katie Hamberger,Faraz Hameed,Dae-Ho Han,Kyle Hardin,Chris Hardman,Steve Harrison,David Harter,Thomas Hartmann,Bethany Harvey,Jasmin Hasel,Jared Hasselbach,Florian Hatje,Stacie Hawdon,Benjamin Hawkins,Dustin Hayes,Jonathan Hearn,Oliver Hearsey,Rens Heeren,Alex Heffner,Ethan Helms,Robert Hemmings,Josie Henwood,Ed Herft,Frederic Heymans,David Hirschfield,Ryan Hirsh,Geraint Hixson,Liam Hoflay,Sunghwan Hong,Michael Honisch,Jason Horley,Kathryn Horton,Alyssa Howald,Lane Howard,Milena Hristova,Pei-Zhi Huang,Jack Hughes,Malcolm Humphreys,Jacob Hunt,Nicholas Hurst,Umar Adam Aziz Hussain,Phinehas Iaboni,Julius Ihle,David Isetta,Jill Isner,Saurabh Sanjay Jadhav,Siddarth Jambhulkar,Michael Jamieson,Björn Jankes,Antoine Jannic,Ewa Jasniak,Ng Cheuk-Yung Jayde,Caitlin Jessen,Chris Jestico,Olivier Jezequel,Signy Johannesdottir,Hannah Johnson,Bryan Jones,Jeremy Jones,Timothy P. Jones,Josephnixon,Himanshu Joshi,Chaehyeon Lee Julie,Jama Jurabaev,Anto Juricic,Kenneth Justo,Lindsey Kaiser,Jason Kane,Jinhyun Kang,Rishi Kaul,John Keates,Matthew Kee,Ciarán Keenan,Adam Kelway,Kemal Kemal,Abbie Kennedy,Andrew Kennedy,Norbert Kiehne,Ryan Kilbane,Laura Killmaster,Jini Mijin Kim,Mirang Kim,David Kirchner,Stefanos Kittakis,Ivo Klaus,Terry Klopfenstein,Tom Kloucek,Cecilia Knochenhauer Furén,Oliver Koch,Christopher Kollar,Carsten Kolve,Ilona Koutonen,Hemanth Reddy Kovvuri,Anthony Kramer,Christian Kratzert,Sascha Kremers,Kolby Krook,Antoni Kujawa,Nachiket Kulkarni,Manish Magesh Kumar,George Meppadath Kurian,Kajsa Kurtén,Sebastian Küchmeister,Alison Lake,Jamie Lamb,Ben Lambert,Thomas Lambert,Jacopo Landi,Harry Landymore,Johanna Lange,Vincent Langer,Ben Langham,Helen Langley,Roland Langschwert,Francisco Daniel Lara Cánovas,Mike Larrabee,Kasper Larsson,Giuseppe Laterza,Kim Lavery,Jesus Lavin,Andy Le Cocq,Anna Le Danois,Benoit Lecailtel,Claudia Lecaros,Bryson Lee,JeeEun Reina Lee,Jerry Lee,Melissa K. Lee,Sun Lee,Young Lee,Daniel Lee-Poy,Eric D Legare,Anne-Kristin Lehmann,Michael Lemon,Alana Lennie,Matt Leonard,Gretchen Libby,Seth Lickiss,Todd Liddiard,Vincent Liebig,Chi Jiajia Lim,Nicolas Lim,Linus Lindblom,Sandra Lindner,Kim Lindqvist,Sofie Ljunggren,Nick Lobban,Stuart Lord,Zoe Lord,Zachary V. Lowe,Patrick Lowry,Jordan Lucchino,Joaquin Ludewig,Christina Lum,Jakob Lundbye,Chris Lunney,Chris Lynch,Sue Lyster,Shri Bindhu Madhav,Amy Madigan,Ravi Mahapatro,Raj Mahendran,Don Mahmood,Khoi Mai,Carson Majors,Yael Majors,Vincent Febriyanto Mak,Brad Malott,Dean Mangion,Kathryn Mann,Virgil Manning,Ran Manolov,Charana Mapatuna,Antoine Marbach,Stanislaw Marek,Lorenzo Marin,Tim Marinov,Chulev Marko,Maxime Marline,Jason Marlow,Jan Maroske,Gordon Marshall,Brandon Martin,Jason Martin,Xavier Martin,Will Martindale,Rafael Martins,Joseph Masellis,Rudy Massar,Paulo Alexandre Mateus,Ian Mathews,Javad Matoorian-Pour,Yosuke Matsuno,Karin Mattsson,Bhumika Mayer,Zack Mazerolle,Tatiana Maziar,Graham McBride,Kindra McCall,Jonathan J. McCallum,Oliver McCluskey,Mark McCormack-Douglas,Andrew McCosh,Chris McCrowe,Chris McGaw,Scott McInnes,Glen McIntosh,James McPhail,Katarina Mead,Hugo Medda,Davide Mella,Katherine Melville,Aparna Mepani,Rebecca Mercurio,Noelle Merrick,Alexandra Merritt-Gambrill,Tiago Mesquita,Andre Metello,Joseph Metten,Adrian Metzelaar,David Michielsen,Jarl Midelfort,Ryo Mikai,Laura Millar,Mark Millena,Lizz Miller,Adrian Millington,Martin Mirola,Jonathan Mitchell,Sasha Mitchell,Scott Mitchell,Tamara Mitchell,Matthias Mittelmeyer,Ashley Mohabir,Azhul Mohamed,James Mohan,Steve Molloy,Bappa Mondal,Carlos Monteagudo,Christopher Montesano,Laurel Montgomery,Benoit Moranne,Rameshbabu Morkonda Sethuraman,Dave Morley,Claire Morris,Immanuel Morris,Katie Morris,Henrique Moser,Walid Mouawad,Henry Mountain,Kimberly Mucha,Dhanamjaya Muddikuppam,Mary Mullan,Andy Mulligan,Gautama Murcho,Karthigeyan Murugesan,Elona Musha,Scott Musselman,Monica Muzzolini,Javier Muñoz,David Myles,Guillaume Ménard,Carly Nadeau,Naren Naidoo,Hedi Namar,Evan Nanou,Tim Nassauer,Pierpaolo Navarini,Anton Nazareth,Sébastien Nebout,Pete C. Newbauer,Kathrin Neyzberg,Lauren Nichol,Jarrod Nichols,Michael Holm Nielsen,Ismael Nieto,Neela Nitesh,Rajendra Nitturu,Chuang Niu,David J. Nolan,James P. Noon,Csaba Novak,Sarah Nutt,Robert Nzengou-Tayo,Mathias Nørgaard,Winfield O’Brien,Ciaran O’Connor,Adam O’Donnell,David O’Donnell,Erline O’Donovan-Clarke,Dano O’Shaughnessy,Adam Ohl,Matteo Olivieri-Dancey,Andrea Umberto Origlia,Akira Orikasa,Pawel Orzechowski,Mark Osborne,Raphael Oseguera,Marta Padilla,Francisco Palomares Pozas,Bhavesh Pandey,Catherine Park,Dominic Parker,Michael J. Parker,Siobhan Parkhouse,Josh Parks,Dana Passarella,Thomas Pastor,Tamas Pataki,Sagar Patil,Lakshantha Pattapola,Enrik Pavdeja,Jessica Pearce,Geoff Pedder,Vasho Pekar,Ausrius Peldzius,María Jesús Penella,Rachael Penfold,Sharon Peng,Marko Perendija,Cindy Perez,Matt Perrin,Ben Perrott,Johannes Peter,Christine Peterson,Kalle Peterson,Olle Petersson,Petko Petkov,Dojchin Petrovski,Andrea Peverelli,Nandan Phansalkar,Kim Phelan,Sandy Phetchamphone,Lloyd Phillips,Will Phillips,Phets Phonasa,David Picarda,Marc Picco,Giorgio Pitino,Gianluca Pizzaia,Ed Plant,Dominik Platen,Stephanie Pocklington,Sergio Garcia Poderoso,Ann Podlozny,Alessandro Poli,Jason Pomerantz,Pietro Ponti,Jason Porter,Daniel Post,Carlota Primo,Andrew Proctor,Derek N. Prusak,Will Pryor,Matthew Puchala,Ivan Pulido Suarez,Giorgia Pulvirenti,Paul Purnell,Kevin Quatman,Carlos Quijada,Heribert Raab,Eugene Rachevsky,Rajeev Raghavan,Roberto Raio,Keerthana Ramani,Ryan Ramsey,Akshay Rana,Matt Rank,Lena Ratza,Kisholay Ray,Janine Razon,Diego Rebello,Crawford Reilly,Jorge Rey,Keith Ribbons,Tyler Rice,Nathan Rich,Ángel Rico Riesgo,Dominic Ridley,Ellie Ritchie,Genesis Rivas,Max Puentes Rivera,Ariz Akhtar Rizvi,Sandra Roach,Tavis Roberts,Wesley Roberts,Joshua Robertson,Loren Robinson,Francisco Rodriguez,Timothy Rodriguez,Suresh Rohit,Petr Rohr,Niketa Roman,Marco Romeo,Amanda Ronai-Dahle,Andrea Rosa,Emil Rosenberger,Benjamin Ross,Adam Rowland,Jance Rubinchik,Daniel Ryan,Nathan Rémy,Thomas Salama,Barbora Salaseviciute,Alicia Saleh,Sam Salek,Priam Sampaio,Kevin San,Gonzalo Sanchez,Kevin Sanders,Raj Sandhu,Miguel Santana da Silva,Ian Sargent,Sergane Sariani,Anthony Saturno,Jeremy Sawyer,Michael Scheffler,Manos Schetto,Christoph Schinko,Arvid Schneider,Jens Schneider,Daniel Schrepf,Brian Schultz,Andy Scrase,Gaëlle Seguillon,Enrico Selmi,Amy Sendon,Miguel Perez Senent,Anissa Senoussi,Bryan Servante,Khizar Shabir,Rushabh Shah,Jessica Sharp,Taylor Shaw,Steve Shearston,Francois Sherwood,Matthew Sherwood,Yuta Shimizu,Shervin Shoghian,Randal Shore,Alfonso Sicilia,Michael Siegel,Nic Sievers,Jia Yi Siew,Fabio Siino,Ariel Flores Silva,Jade Simpson,Gabriella Sinella,Pratik Pradeep Singh,David Skorepa,Klaus Skovbo,Christian Smith,Jonty Smith,Joshua Smith,Natalie Smith,Parker Smith,Stephen J. Smith,Cameron Smither,Jordan Snow,Jean-David Solon,Jitendra Soni,Henry South,Joseph A. Spano III,Kevin Sprout,Helmut Stark,Jaclyn Stauber,Chris Stefiuk,Mark Stern,Jubinville Steve,Florian Strobl,Niklas Ström,Iryna Sumanova,Oliver Summa,Troy Summersett,John Sung,Stephen Sutcliffe,Valter Svenstedt,Michael J. Sweetser,Josh Sykes,Brian Sziklasi,András Szõcs,Jeremy Séguin,Krishna Prasad T.,Brian Taber,Lila Sara Tahri,Jerrod Tan,Fabrice Tapare,Stephen Tappin,Dipak Tarpara,James Tavet,Mason A. Taylor,Jessica Teach,Jean-Yves Teillet,Raul Joshua Teleki,Biljana Temelkova,Alexander Teoh,Emily Tersigni,Damien Thaller,Malcolm Thomas-Gustave,James Thompson,Raghavi Arya Thota,Juan Tigreros,Jamie Tilston,Andrew Tinkler,Matthew Tinsley,Alessandra Tomassi,Sam Paul Toms,Kiran Totre,Delio Tramontozzi,Alan Travis,Chris Treichel,Carlos Trijueque,Gang Trinh,Sara Vegas Trzupek,Adrian Tsang,Andrew Tulloch,Abdul Ahad Tunio,Doug Turbach,Alexandra Turner,Chris Turner,Danny Turner,James Turner,Kat Turner,Magdalena Turnier,Randy Ui,Chris Ung,Martin Usiak,Nick van Diem,Alisha Vander Ahe,Fani Vassiadi,Alejandro Vela-Castro,Oliver Velichkovski,Elena Velkova,Irene Vera,David Vickery,Marga Villalonga,Tracy Villeda Meneses,Cantatore Vittorio,Ghanshyam Sureshbhai Waghela,David Wahlberg,Mark Wainwright,Lisa Wakeley,Alex Walklate,Narissa Wall,Ross Wallis,Robin Walsh,Shawn Walsh,Jenny Wan,Alex Wang,Steven Wang,Pete Warbis,Michael Leon Ware,Sanford Warwick,Jun Watanabe,Logan B. Watkins,Ros Webb,Josh Webster,José Manuel Weil,Gregory Weiner,Paulo Welter,Peter Welton,Kelly Wescott,Ryan Weston,Lilles Whitby,Darryl White,Mike White,Kristofer Whitford,Christopher Whittle,Aric Whittom,Philipp Wibisono,Alysia Wildman,Sam Williams,Matt Wilmshurst,Chris Wilson,Ryan M. Wilson,Sally Wilson,Wirak Winsuth,Anna F. Winters,Robin Witzsche,Nora Wixom,Eddy Wolfson,Christine Wong,King Shuen Wong,Chris Wood,Bjoern Wortmann,Mark S. Wright,Alex Wuttke,Dane Wylie,Kate Yang,Nicole Yang,Yusuke Yasu,Mark Yfantidis,Donmill Yip,Farrah Yip,Ji Hyun Yoon,Jacob Yorke,Dean Yurke,Indrit Zabzuni,Hubert Zapalowicz,Thomas Zauner,David Zbriger,Robert Zeltsch,Sophia Zhang,Kevin x.l Zhao,Wenjia Zhao,Bojana Zozinska,Simone Zuccarini,Susan Zwerman,Aswin Aerden,Emil Alagjozovski,Michael ‘Tiny’ Alcorn,Najdovski Aleksandar,Ruben Gerardo Alfaro Moreno,Stephen Aplin,Darren Bailey,Lorien Baquera,Ashley Beyer-Whitaker,Alfonso F. Bonnet,Yusef El Khadir,Paul John Faeldo,Chris Fryer,Sheik Ghafoor,Todd Greshuk,Jesse Hildreth,Mike Jutan,Amit George Kuruvilla,Dávid Lantos,Dane Larocque,Matthew Lausch,Lazetutkovski,Edu León,Marta Mintenko,Juan Moreno,Aileen Mu,David O’Brien,Henry Pearce,Matt Pearson,Mile Petrushevski,Paris Premdas,Nick Proulx,Nick Purrier,John Relosa,Alejandro Rivas,Dane Rockingham,Branan Sarveswaran,Davis Saunders,Joseph Towe,Rick Yang,Alessandro Zanforlin|
|Stunts||Keith Adams,Terry Ahue,Daryl Andrews,Dean Bailey,Dickey Beer,Rachelle Beinart,Aaron Blackman,James Bomalick,Katy Bullock,Terry Cade,Bonnie Campanella,Marvin Campbell,Nicole Chapman,Tony Christian,Stuart Clark,Rob Cooper,Liam Coote,Tom Cotton,James Cox,Tom Cox,Alexander Cruickshanks,Craig H. Davidson,Chris De Clerk,Josh Dyer,Jamie Edgell,Rick English,Dan Euston,Bradley Farmer,Erik Fenske,Brent Fletcher,David Forman,Josie Forman,Johnny Ginella,Oliver Gough,David R. Grant,Evangelos Grecos,Krystof Hansbury,Lawrence Hansen,Richard Hansen,Regis Harrington,Gene Hartline,Charles Haugk,Felicity ‘Fizz’ Hood,Fizz Hood,Jessica Hooker,Gary Hoptrough,Craig Hosking,Paul Howell,Rob Hunt,Rob Inch,Jack Jagodka,Jonny James,Noah Johnson,Danko Jordanov,Brian L. Keaulana,Joe Kennard,Danny Kim,Bogdan Kumshatsky,Theo Kypri,Nito Larioza,Tony Lazzara,Master Lee,Lukaz Leong,Sarah Lochlan,Jess Lundgren,John Macdonald,Don Malone,Chris Manger,Tony McFarr,Kim McGarrity,Belinda McGinley,Carly Michaels,Peter Miles,Lee Millham,Ryan Moniz,Racer Moody,Chris Morrison,Theo Morton,Giedrius Nagys,Daniel Naprous,Ray Nicholas,Brian Nickels,James O’Daly,Radoslav Parvanov,Jason Patterson,Laurent Plancel,Gary Price,Rush Randle,Andrej Riabokon,Zach Roberts,Florian Robin,Tom Rodgers,Mike Ryan,Danny Samson,Kasim Saul,Mark Slaughter,C.C. Smiff,Ian Songhurst,Aden Stay,James Stewart,Matthew Stirling,Dan Thomas,Liong Tiang,Jason A. Triplett,Nicolas Wang,Joe Watts,Douglas Wells,Richard Wheeldon,Peter White,Jim Wilkey,Charlotte Williams,William Willoughby,Ben Wright,Lewis Young,Ramon Álvarez|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Alfred Ainsworth Jr.,Rylan Akama,Norman Akau,Darrick Akey,Josh Andrews,Nathan Atkinson,Stephen Bacquet,Greg Baldi,David Baldwin,Chris Bangma,Mike Barnett,Craig Bauer,Chris Belcher,Lincoln Benjamin,Matthew Berner,Maceo Bishop,Neil Blackman,John Bowman,Jamie Bruce,Scott Bryan,Derlin Brynford-Jones,Jay Burr,Ross Busby,Ewan Cameron,Craig Campbell,Guido Cavaciuti,Pete Cavaciuti,Chris Cavanagh,Luke Chidgey,Don Chong,Mark Cleaver,Darren Coomber,Steve Costello,Oli Couch,Alex Coverley,Edward J. Cox,David Crans,Chuck Cullen,Nic Cupac,Richard Dabbs,John Davies,Joshua Davis,Kristin Davis,Paul Deane,Jerry C. Deats,Gregory Doi,Doug Dole,Gary Donoghue,Oliver Driscoll,Andy Duncan,Laurence Edwards,Ron Evans,Xavier De Jesus Figueroa Jr.,Eamonn Fitzgerald,Joel FitzPatrick,Kevin Fitzpatrick,Henry Flores,Simon Fogg,Neil Folly,Henry Fordham,Ian Fox,Jason Fratis,Martin Gacusana,Sarah Galley,Will Gardner,Todd Geritz,Francesco Luigi Giardiello,Scot Gill,Pete Gilmour,Jack Glenn,Peter Graf,Luke Groder,Julian Guest,Oliver Hadlow-Martin,David Haeussler,Matthew Hall,Noah Hamilton,Guy Hammond,Jozephine Hannon,Jimmy Harris,Paul Harris,Peter Harris,John Heald,Jason Hibarger,David Hideg,Erik F. Hill,Joe Hissey,Lance Ho’okano,Mano Ho’okano,Tommy Holman,John Holmes,Jason Hooper,Richard T. Hoover,Guillem Huertas,Kevin Ivey,Ryan Des Jarlais,Greg Johnson,Ben Jones,Keola Jones,Tripp Kahsen,Mark Kalaugher,Lee Kaneakua,Edward Kaohu,Lizzie Kelly,Lee Kemble,Kevin Kersting,Giles Keyte,Don King,Lindsey Kinney,Steve Kitchen,Ben Knight,Dylan Kwicker,Scott Lisetor,Jason Lobb,Caleb Lucero,Michael Lyon,Kaliko Ma’i’i,Steve Macher,Darren Mackay,Jason Marvel,Keith Mayer,Tom McGinley,Brian McPherson,Tommaso Mele,Frank J. Mitchell Iii,Tim Morris,Alex Mott,Allen Mozo,Jon Mumper,Andy Munday,James L. Murphy,Tony Nagy,Cody Nakalenua,Nick Nicolay,Andrew Nolan,David B. Nowell,Bucky Ohello,Douglas Paahao,Michael E. Pacheco,Ben Parish,Larry Park,Brett Parnham,Ricky Payne,Tom Penny,Jon Philion,Chris Pollitt,George Powell,Bernie Prentice,Danny Preston,Matthew Preston,Michele Abramo Puricelli,Johnnie M. Purvis,Richard Rasmussen,Simon Reay,Mark Richards,Terry Roberts,Sonia Rodríguez Serrano,Thomas Royal,Jimi Ryan,Roger Sabarwal,Zeph Salis,Jerry Sandager,John Saunders,Tuiaana Scanlan,Jeff Schrage,Alex Sears,David A. Seekins,Bill Self,Luke Selway,Paul Sharp,Bryce Shields,Shan Siddiqi,Amy Silk,Mark Silk,James Starr,Roxanne Stephens,Joshua Stern,Ryan Taggart,James Takahashi,Chris Tann,Peter Taylor,Alex Teale,Neil Tomlin,Dan Travers,Jaimie Trueblood,Andrew Turman,Daniel Tyler,Raimar van den Bylaardt II,Zoran Veselic,Brian Vollert,Warner W. Wacha,Michael Wacker,Lee Walters,Eric Ward,Chris Weigand,Lou Weinert,Matt Wesson,Bradley Wilson,Marc Wostak,Lev Yevstratov,Casey Zimmerman,Josh Adams,Westley Agius,Peter Ayriss,Alex Basham,Matt Bell,Jeremy Braben,Danny Brennan,Lauren Byrne,Alex Carr,Danny Cochran,Clare Connor,Seth Crosby,Rick Crum,Simon Cullen,Jonathan Dennis,Ryan Donnelly,Barrett Donner,Harry Elvin,Joe Foster,Neil Frazer,Jeremy Fusco,Emilio Garfath,Jozephine Hannon,Mikey Ray Harkins,Adam Harris,Rowan Haughey,Andrew Hebditch,Wayne Howlett,Kevin LaRosa II,Leigh Marcelino Gardner,Aaron McMullen,Giacomo Mele,James Metcalfe,Andrea Michelon,Josh Milne,Aaron Montgomery,George More Gordon,Alice Pennefather,Matthew Poynter,Clara Pozas,Jonathan Prime,Keith Rafferty,Simon Reay,Patrick Redmond,Robin Roles,Alex Rosen,Tuiaana Scanlan,William Self,Daniel Shanahan,Eamon Shannon,Oliver Smith,Mario Spanna,Brian Steele,Andy Thomson,Calem Trevor,Raimar van den Bylaardt II,Jono Waddell,Harry Walker,Callum Watt,Gavin Weatherall,John L. Wilson,Angus Young|
|Animation Department||David Apgar,Sarah Arduini,François Arseneau,Aaron Barlow,Aman Bhanot,Moragot Bodharamik,Bryon Caldwell,Amaury Coljon,Filippo Dattola,Chuck Duke,Oliver Exmundo,Carlos Fraiha,Mario Grosu,Juani Guiraldes,Fredrik Jalker,Kemal Kemal,Tom Kloucek,Kolby Krook,George Meppadath Kurian,Andy Le Cocq,Ted Lister,Andrew McCartney,Chris McGaw,Lee McNair,Benoit Moranne,Rameshbabu Morkonda Sethuraman,A. Martín Puentes,Roberto Raio,Francesca Salvatore,Amy Sendon,Alfonso Sicilia,John Sung,Pete Warbis|
|Casting Department||McKenzie Brodnick,Holly Dorff,Katie Doyle,Terry L. Lamfers,Sally McCleery,Zahida Saucedo,Judith Sunga,Martin Ware,Karen Wood,Glenda Mariani|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Terry Archer,Erika K. Aresta,Victoria Aylwin,Jake Barinov,Tommy Blunkell,Hetty Boyd-Wallis,Emma Brackenbury,Raffaella Buck,Viveene Campbell,Sophie Canale,Rosy Coppola,Sue Crosby,Bruno de Santa,Jazmin Dervishali,Raphael Dilhan,Michael Fong,Julia Forrester,Christian Goddard,Robin Jiro Hall,Tom Hornsby,Jimmy Jay,Poli Kyriacou,Emily Lancaster,Eleanor Landgrebe,Madeleine Maciag,Linda Matthews,Josie May,Maisie McCubbin,Julie Nethercoat,Marie Noelle,Stephanie Paul,Angela Pledge,Billy Prichard,Petra Turonova,Cesha Ventre,Tomke Von Gawinski,Kate Walling,Joanna Wright,Nicole Young|
|Editorial Department||Jordan Altria,Juan Carlos Alvarez Vasquez,Miriam Alvarez,Charlotte Barnes,Patrick Barry,Thom Berryman,Sophie Billington,John Bush,Sara Buxton,Maria Chamberlain,Luke Clare,Tom Corbett,James Corless,Zoe Cousins,Georgina Cranmer,Tom Davis,Rob Farris,Francesco Luigi Giardiello,Adam Glasman,Michael Hall,Arthur Harrison,Neil Harrison,Lawrence Hook,Will Howden,Alessandro Innocenti,Kay Jade,Yasmine Jade,Borna Jafari,Jess Jansen,Patrick Malone,Jaume Martí,Carlo Milillo,Luca Milillo,Lucy Mitra,Dean Otusanya-Wood,Monica Perez Gelbman,Edward Pettifer,Alexander Phillips,Gordon Pratt,Subodhana Ranatunga,Finlay Reid,Shaun Richards,Jeremy Richardson,Daniel Tomlinson,Alex Waite,Evangeline White,Russell White,Anthony Raman Williams,Mhairi Wyles-Lang,Maimunah Yahkup,Bill Ceresia,Jitte Hoekstra,Robert Scammell|
|Location Management||William Bauer,David Bell,Timmy Chinn,Mark Clementson,Simon Crook,Kala Crowell,Eleanor Downey,Megan Earl,Tracy Ferris,Joseph Gould,Alana Gray,Pono Guerrero,Shelby Harper,Ryan Hoke,Christopher Thomas Howard,Catherine Kagan,Thomas Kingett,Sam Lincoln,Michael B. Louis,Nick Oliver,Dan Peacock,Kate Priestman,Rita Rosenfeld,Paulina Salazar,Ben Sanderson,Laura Sode-Matteson,Sam Turner,Carrick Welsh,Tom Woodcock,Harry Wyeth,Marialucia Apicella,Dillon Beagley,Jaz Blair-Edmund,Hannah Cole,Jessica Cole,Summer Greenwood,Rachel Hague,Matthew Harrison,Sam Hunt,Jamie Jones,JJ McAllister,Ariel Murray-Simmons,Mike Papal,Ruben Pereira,Charlotte Peters,Melisa Rodop,Cheryl Sakai,James Struthers,Ned Woodcraft|
|Music Department||Paul Apelgren,David Arch,Roger Argente,Chris Baron,Mark Berrow,Richard Berry,Cathy Bradshaw,Philippe Briand,Ian Burdge,Judith Busbridge,Jon Carnac,Paul Clarvis,Phil Cobb,Peter Cobbin,Richard Cookson,David Daniels,Laurence Davies,Caroline Dearnley,Pierre Derycz,Michael Dore,Jonathan Durrant,Richard Edwards,Dave Elliott,Jason Evans,Sarah Eyden,Rob Farrer,Joshua Fielstra,Clare Finnimore,David Fuest,Joanna Goldsmith-Eteson,Simon Grant,Isobel Griffiths,Gillianne Haddow,Dave Hartley,Tracy Holloway,Freya Jacklin,Garfield Jackson,Karen Jones,Lewis Jones,Matt Jones,Skaila Kanga,Paul Kegg,Gary Kettel,Jeff Kryka,Joanna Forbes L’Estrange,Erich Lee,Rachel Levy,Roger Linley,Bill Lockhart,The London Session Orchestra,Pablo Lopez,Martin Loveday,Lydia Lowndes-Northcott,Steve Mair,Dorina Markoff-McNulty,Glyn Matthews,Vicky Matthews,Gavin McNaughton,Janey Miller,Adrian Miotti,Perry Montague-Mason,Kate Moore,Kate Musker,Nicolas Neidhardt,Oscar Neidhardt,Everton Nelson,Dan Newell,Mark Nightingale,Anna Noakes,Martin Owen,Andy Parker,Tom Pigott Smith,Anthony Pike,Julian Poole,David Pyatt,Joe E. Rand,Frank Ricotti,Nina Robertson,Gabriel Saban,Patrick Savage,Rachel Simms,Owen Slade,Peter Snipp,Jill Streater,Mike Thompson,John Thurgood,Laurence Ungless,Mark Vines,Bozidar Vukotic,Richard Watkins,Kirsty Whalley,Booker White,Bruce White,Ludwig Wicki,John Williams,Jonathan Williams,Fiona Winning,Andrew Wood,Chris Worsey,Warren Zielinski,Rachel Bolt,Tim Gill,Curtis Green,Clifton Harrison,Helen Kamminga,Lucy Potterton|
|Script and Continuity Department||Jo Beckett,Claire Chang,Kelly Maracin Krieg,Erin Mast,Rebecca Sheridan|
|Transportation Department||Murray Aston,Grant Burns,Denny Caira,Alan Canty,Jayson Chang,Ian Clarke,Bradley Cohen,Mitch Connell,Mickey Davie,Ben Davies,Conor Joseph Fitzpatrick,Nick Freeman,Jeremy Frost,Marc Grimsey,Duke Groder,Richard Groder,Chris Hammond,Graham Hill,Richard Holmes,Aaron Hopkins,Jeremy Hysen,Hefin Jones,Simon Jones,Myles Kawakami,Joanne Khallaf,Declan Lambert,Vince Levins,Rachel Lydiate,Stan Mataele,Lee Mayo,Steve Mitchard,Gerald Mito,Richard James Montgomery,Robert Newbon,Davis Nicky,Marco Parkin,Janek Piner,Andrew Pitwell,Sean Thornton,Rob Van Der Veen,Piotr Walczak,Keith Whitham,Chris Nuttall|
|Additional Crew||Christian Kini Aberilla,Dayne Ahuna,Nicolai Aladieff,Marielena Alfonseca,Laura Anderson,Simon Andrews,Terra Arbogast,Kessiah Arthur,Chris Atherton,Steve Auvenshine,Sarah Ball,Kirsty Barham,William Bauer,Dustin Bertelmann,Lorenzo Bertolazzi,Philipp Besa,Karen Bicknell,Lisa Birch,Neil Bishop,Sam Boardman,Tracy Kanani Brito,Rachel Bucknor,Julie Burnham,Bronson Burr,Sean Carroll,Tom Carson,Clay Chamberlin,Kenneth Wong Chan,Derrick Lee Chappell Jr.,Ali Claire,Philip Clark,Brando Cockett-Kipapa,Alex Connor,Lara Cornell,Max Cotton,Jonathan Cranston,Matt Curtis,Trang Dang,Kathi Danielson,David Danisovszky,Olivia de Laune,Natalie De Rose,Christian De-vos,Angela Delgado,Charlie Dennis,Phoebe Deverra,Matthew Ellis,Shannon Elphick,Gina Evangelish,James Excell,Christian Feldhaus,Rebecca Feldman,Remo Fishenden,Heather Foster,Angela Galvan,Jess Gamble,Carlos García Bayona,Chelsea Genova,Jeff Gernert,Shamrock Gohier,Grant Grabowski,Alicia Graf,Lois Gration,Oliver Graves,Mitchell Green-Muid,Nicky Gregory,Emma Guilbert,Andrew Gutu,Rosesita Guzman,David Halagarda,Derek Hall,Glenn ‘Kiwi’ Hall,Daniel Hamill,Annys Hamilton,Tina Hamilton,Kelsey Hammond,John Hankla,Peter Harcourt,Emma Harman,Beau Harrington,Glynn Henderson,Christopher Hewitt,Kate Hicks,Sean Douglas Hoban,Dave ‘Panama’ Hodge,Honey Holmes,Jack Horner,Craig Hosking,Clarista Hoult,Christopher Howard,John Howington,Malia Hulleman,Sarah Hunt,Steve Irvine,Yasmine Jade,Lauren James,Martin Jenkins,Aaron Jenner,Bethan John,Carrie Johnson,Daniel Johnson,Billy Jones,Laura Jou,Leah Kaina,Dais Kasagawa,Akane Kashiwazaki,Alex Kerr,Elizabeth Kerr,Owen Keys,Simone Khoury,Lisa Kisner,Corey Knef,Charli Knight,Desiree Nu’uhiwa Koanui,George Kotsopoulos,Sheena Lam,Charles Larcombe,Cameron Lawther,Clay Lerner,Jamie Lewis,Brittani Lindman,Ryan Locke,Alejandra Viejo Lopez De Roda,Felicity Lyme,Ella Mackett,Lacie D Mackey,Lisa Madden,Karolina Majka,Daniel F. Malone,Patrick Y. Malone,Miranda Marks,Luke Paul Martin,Inés Mas,Barry May-Leybourne,Tony McKinnon,Patrick McNamara,Helen Medrano,Nolan B. Medrano,Michael Merritt,Lisa Diane Meseke,Ben Michael,Giovanna Midgley,Abby Mills,Marcus Mills,Simon Mills,Sarah Minchin,Sam Naone,Michael Neal,Katie Newitt,Ike Newman,Shaun Newnham,Josh Nixon,Josh Northover,Terence O’Connor,Daniel O’Toole,Natalie Oliver,Tom Ormerod,David Paris,Rajeshree Patel,Callum Pedelty,Michael Pelzl,Benjamin Perkins,Carlos Person,Yen Phan,Judith Phillips,Richard Rasa Phillips,John Quinn,Mary T. Radford,Yvonne Ramond,Fairai Richmond,Ryan Ridgell,Hunter Rix,Daisy Rodger,Danielle Rogers,Mark Rowan,Marina Rubin,Ashley Sandberg,Dan Sasaki,Emma Sawyer,Morgan Schlosser,Claire Scott,Stella Rae Scott,C. Alexander Sears,Sharon M. Segal,Lluís Segura,Emma Sermon,Rhianna Shaheen,Satu Sharp,Dave Shaw,Sarah Shepherd,Abbie Sheridan,Katherine Silva,Charles Joseph Smith,Darryl A. Smith,Oliver Smith,Jojo Solinas,Alexandra Somano,Sheldon Sonido,Reed Stewart,Hana Tadafe-Swinscoe,TX Tario,Winson Ting,James Tointon,Robbie Torbuck,Liz Toys,Tai Tran,Jane Trower,Dominic Tunn,Doug Valenzuela,Sally Wade,Aukai Walk,Karen Margaux Walker,Simon Waterson,Mindy Weissman,El West,Katherine McCormack Wherry,Darren White,Rebecca Whiting,Jody Wiltshire,Phill Woodfine,Miranda Yacobucci,Ryland Young,Alam Ahmadi,Stewart Allen-Smith,David Bae,Miguel A. Baez Jr.,Daren Bailey,David Blank,Dave Booys,Michael Camp,Natalie Cordray,Derek Desmond,Jason Devil,Parzan Dhonsi,Zack Dougan,Giles Dumper,Randal M. Dutra,Dan Edmonds,Ian Petriello Eisenberg,Sarah Evans,Inga Fabian,Erik Fenske,Michelle Franklin,Tony Gray,Linda Griffis,Darin Grimes,Josh Harris,Philip Harvey,Sara Malia Hatfield,Chad Gordon Higgins,Jesse Hiram,Michael Hoad,Kevin Hudson,Rick Jaffa,Kennie Jones,Jamie Kemp,Michael Khouri,James Kirby,Simon Lam,Cody Lassiter,Kamil Lemieszewski,Tim Lewis,Natalie Louise,Roland Lukacsi,Dan Marsden,Michael Martinez,Miranda McClellan,Mark ‘Crash’ McCreery,Helen Medrano,Jamie Middleton,Zoe Midgley,Eugenio Mira,Ariana Miyake,Ryan Moniz,Luke Moorcock,David Moore,Steven Moth,Matthew Mulligan,Sally Mulligan,Dennis Muren,Reny Nazarian,Richard Neale,Laure Nepveux,Simon Nobes,Bradley Porter,Martin Poultney,Linda Jayne Roberts,Adam Rogers,Alex Rosen,Jay Salomon,Roy Samuelson,Nanouch Schtroy,Rebecca Sianez,Amanda Silver,Abrey Steve,Victoria Stone,Phil Stoole,Roy Stratford,Keith Taylor,Phil Tippett,Rob Townsend,Danilo Vicente,Laura Vivio,Francesca Wallace,Rog Ward,Anthony Raman Williams,Ronn Wong,Mike Woodley,Phoebe Young|
|Thanks||Angel Adrid,Walea L. Constantinau,Donne Dawson,Guillermo del Toro,Ty Fukumitsu,James Hanford,Fernando Trueba|
|Genres||Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi|
|Companies||Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Legendary Entertainment|
|Keywords||dinosaur,island,sequel,tyrannosaurus rex,jurassic park|