Jeff Goldblum and Laura Dern are offering an exclusive visit to the set of Jurassic World: Dominion, the new film in the blockbuster franchise, as part of this year’s Sport Relief Prize-a-thon to help raise life-changing money the fundraising event.
The lucky prize winner and a friend will meet returning Jurassic Park stars Goldblum and Oscar-winner Laura Dern and their dinosaur friends on the set of the new movie, directed by Colin Trevorrow.
Jurassic World: Dominion, from Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment, is in production now and arrives in cinemas next summer, 11 June, 2021.
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Dern said: “When Sport Relief approached the Jurassic World team to take part in this year’s Prize-a-thon, we couldn’t wait to help them raise money to help change lives through the power of sport. We’re so excited to welcome the winner into the Jurassic family on set.”
Jeff Goldblum added: “We promise the winner will have the best time and experience the Jurassic magic in all its glory. We can’t wait to meet you. And we hope you’re not too jumpy.”
Amblin Entertainment, the production company that makes the dino-franchise, has also shared teaser artwork for the upcoming sequel Jurassic World: Dominion.
The black poster for the sixth film in the series reuses the iconic red and yellow colour theme of the marketing artwork used to promote Jurassic Park, the original 1993 film.
Sam Neill, Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern are all returning to the franchise, joining Jurassic World stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas, Jake Johnson and Omar Sy, and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom stars Justice Smith and Daniella Pineda.
In February Pratt said the reunion of the franchise’s cast made Dominion feel like an Avengers movie.
When asked by Ellen DeGeneres if this was “the end” for the franchise, Pratt said it “feels like it”.
He added: “It’s got everybody. It’s got pretty much everybody in it. Maybe I just blew it, but I don’t care.
“All of the cast from the original Jurassic Park is coming back, so it’s going to feel very much like how Endgame brought everything together at Marvel.”
Costing just £10 per entry, all money raised from the Sports Relief prize draws will help tackle issues such as domestic abuse, mental health stigma, homelessness and child poverty, both in the UK and around the world.
To enter the prize draws and be in with a chance of winning these money-can’t-buy prizes, visit prizeathon.comicrelief.com. Entries close on 12th April, and will cost £10 per entry, with all proceeds going to Sport Relief.
Stay tuned for more exciting experiences to be revealed during the Sport Relief Night of TV, on BBC One, from 7pm on Friday 13 March.