This Jurassic World Dominion behind-the-scenes video shows how Claire’s epic fight scenes were filmed. Claire’s epic fight scene stunts in Jurassic World Dominion are shown in a new behind-the-scenes video.
The Jurassic World trilogy stars Bryce Dallas Howard as Claire Dearing, a former park operations manager at the Jurassic World theme park who is forced to close after the Indominous Rex breaks free from his cage and wreaks havoc on the grounds.
Jurassic World: the Fallen Kingdom later sees her become an activist for the Dinosaur Protection Group, trying to stop an impending volcanic eruption on Isla Nublar from destroying dinosaurs. This ultimately led to dinosaurs escaping into mainland North America.
The events of Jurassic World Dominion take place four years after the events of Fallen Kingdom, where Claire, former raptor wrangler Owen Grady, and Maisie Lockwood live in the woods. They find an underground ring of black market dealers selling dinosaurs after Maisie is kidnapped, which leads them to Malta.
Claire encounters dinosaur smuggler Soyona Santos, and the two get into a rough fight, leading to an encounter with an Atrociraptor on a rooftop. A Jurassic World Dominion video released by Universal Pictures All-Access shows Claire’s epic Malta fight scene stunts behind the scenes.
Howard and Lachman describe the scene and the stunt work involved in creating the sequence in the video. In this interview, stunt coordinator Ben Cooke explains the techniques used to accomplish the film’s daring stunts safely and effectively.
As seen in the behind-the-scenes footage, the Jurassic World Dominion stunt team meticulously built a realistic stunt while maintaining a safe environment. The stunt team and actors had to carefully choreograph the stunts, rehearse them ad nauseam, and make sure everything worked perfectly during filming so no one was injured.
Throughout the film, the stunt team’s efforts paid off, as the Malta chase sequence was a clear highlight. Along with Claire’s stunts, the behind-the-scenes video shows the dedication camera operators put into getting the best shot.
In the film, Claire leaps across an alley to a balcony on another building to escape an Atrociraptor. In the final film, the shot follows her as she grabs hold of the balcony railings falls from the window. As the stunt performer leaps from the apartment building, the camera operator is rigged with a wired harness so the shot can be taken safely.
There was an increase in expectations for over-the-top dinosaur set pieces as the Jurassic Park franchise progressed. In Jurassic World Dominion, a number of the franchise’s most thrilling sequences were demonstrated by the stunt work.
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