The Jurassic world now also lives on Netflix through the animated series ‘ Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous’, a ‘spin-off’ of the film saga. With its first season already available and a second already confirmed by the ‘streaming’ platform, the series is set in parallel to the events of ‘Jurassic World’, on the same Isla Nublar, but in a different and remote area.
There, six teenagers are chosen to camp in a dinosaur area, although when there are an escape and chaos reigns, the fun camping trip will turn into a fight for their survival.
Produced by Steven Spielberg, director of the original ‘Jurassic Park’ films, and Colin Trevorrow, director of the upcoming ‘Jurassic World 3: Dominion’, the Netflix series wants to be a different project from its cinematic precedents, but it does not want to say it is not somehow connected to the central story.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Trevorrow said that it is important to him that the series has its own style and story, “but this season, and if we have the opportunity to continue in more seasons, it will gradually enter the macrohistory and really we will report on some things, even in ‘Dominion’, that will connect with some discoveries made that I am very excited “
In addition, the director has described the sixth installment of the film saga as the “culmination” of the story. “When you get to the end of the ‘Jurassic Park’ trilogy, you may not have been so clear what the full story of those three films was because they were a little more episodic in the way they were approached,” he explained. Trevorrow, “but this trilogy isn’t like that – it’s very much a serialized story, and the important thing to me is that when you watch ‘Dominion,’ you really feel like you’re discovering how that first trilogy fits into the big story and how everything That happened then can reveal what happens in this one. “
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