The first ciack of Jurarric World 3 Dominion started in a very special location, on the island of Malta. The latest film in the dinosaur trilogy invades the well-known European tourist destination, with many interesting curiosities.
Jurassic World 3: dinosaurs arrive in Malta
An immortal saga that never ceases to enchant the public, Jurassic World, after the successes of the first two films, the filming of his third chapter begins. The trilogy lands in Malta, and the locations chosen for the third film are truly spectacular.
The film is directed by Colin Trevorrow and will be released in theaters in June 2021, a highly anticipated Hollywood blockbuster that after having suffered delays due to Covid, like so many other films, began with the first scenes.
It is, in fact, the first blockbuster production to be shot on the Maltese islands after the emergency.
Even the stars return in front of the camera Chris Pratt e Bryce Dallas Howard, starring in the 2015 film, Jurassic World and Jurassic World 2: Kingdom of the Fallen. But many surprises are expected for the new film, with incredible special effects scenes in dream locations.
The first images of the new set pop up on the web and on social media, and let you see some details on the places where the scenes will be shot. In fact, the locations where the new prehistoric adventure will be set include the cities of Valletta, Vittoriosa, Mellieha e Pembroke.
Furthermore, videos start circulating showing the protagonist Chris Pratt dangerously darting along the streets of the Maltese capital. Could it be a chase by angry prehistoric animals?
The chosen location promises great emotions. In fact, already in the past it has been the backdrop for other cinema masterpieces, such as Gladiator, Troy, The Count of Monte Cristo, World War Z e Alexander the Great.
But Malta also hosts the unforgettable places of the Game of Thrones, including the city of Mdina, the convent of San Domenico in Rabat and the cliffs of Mtahleb.
The places chosen
Jurassic World 3 Dominion will have i beautiful landscapes of the Maltese island.
Indeed, Valletta it is famous for the beauty of its historic center and tangled alleys, as well as the mysterious buildings that rise between the streets of the capital.
The “neighbor” is also spectacular Vittoriosa, The Birgu, which, together with Senglea and Cospicua, is part of the Three Fortified Cities of the island.
A very different landscape, however, is offered by Mellieha, the city located in the north of the island, one of the most popular places for tourists who come in summer.
Famous for its nightlife and crisp summer air, the town of Paceville offers a spectacular location, like its neighbor Pembroke.
Video: Villae Film Festival at Villa Adriana and Villa d’Este (RepubblicaTV)