The Jurassic Park franchise was a game-changer for the movie industry, as Steven Spielberg delivered cutting edge visual effects to moviegoing audiences. The dino-centric franchise recently returned to the big screen thanks to the Jurassic World movies, which will end with Colin Trevorrow's upcoming instalment Dominion. Recently the director explained why making the long-awaited blockbuster was unlike any project in his career.
He said, "It's unlike any experience I've ever had and probably ever will have. I lived with my cast for four months while we made this film and we all got to know each other very, very well. We were able to dig into the film and work on each of these characters in a way that I never would have had the opportunity to do. That kind of constant immersion is not the way that films are made, where people are all living in their separate places and you see them on set. It's a very emotionally rich and thematically rich movie. It's got a lot on its mind -- because all of us did. And I think it understands each of these characters better than we ever have because each of these actors has been playing them for so long that they're the ultimate authority on their character. Much in a way that I did on Safety Not Guaranteed, I gave all the actors an opportunity to - in a lot of ways - do some writing, to dig in and find the truth in each of these people. And the product of that is something that I never could have done alone. It's pretty special."
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