After years of anticipation, Jurassic Earth: Dominion has finally arrived in cinemas, putting its primary group of characters in danger as dinosaurs rule the world once more. Dominion concludes another trilogy in the Jurassic Era by combining new characters with those from the original franchise.
The newest part of the Jurassic Park franchise, Jurassic Planet Dominion, is about to take over movie cinemas, taking place four years after the events of Jurassic World; Fallen Kingdom, in which Isla Nublar has been ruin and dinosaurs now live and hunt among humans all across the world.
Dominion, like all previous films in the Jurassic Park franchise, contains several horrible moments in which a human or dinosaur meets an early and terrible conclusion. While each death in the current film is horrifying in its own right, several stand out as particularly savage.
Who Dies In Jurassic World Dominion?
1. The Lockwood
One of the more subdued fatalities in Jurassic World: Dominion occurs off-screen. Charlotte Lockwood, Maisie Lockwood’s mother and genetic copy, is finally featured in this film after being mentioned often in the previous one. It is revealed that she died as a result of a hereditary illness, which she spent her dying days attempting to heal so that her daughter would not face the same fate.
2. The ship and it’s crew
One of these sequences features a terrifying meeting between a big fishing boat in the open sea and a Mosasaurus; which not only grabs their quarry but also capsizes the boat, likely killing its crew.
The unlucky crew of the fishing ship had plenty of time to comprehend their impending doom as their boat steadily sank beneath the waves; dumping them into the frigid water below. With no one nearby for miles, it’s unlikely that any crew members survived long before hypothermia set in.
3. Atriciraptor’s attack
When Owen Grady and Claire Dearing track down Maisie’s captors in Malta, they come upon a black market business that uses genetically engineered Velociraptors to murder its targets. In the subsequent action, these Velociraptors, now known as Atriciraptors; are unleashed on the city, consuming countless bystanders in the turmoil.
Raptors were among the most violent and savage dinosaurs to ever inhabit the earth; as seen by the way they tackle their victims to the ground and consume them in seconds. The kills are rapid, but most likely terrible for their prey.
4. Deer Hunt
Claire Dearing finds herself face-to-face with a blind Therizinosaurus after being forced to evacuate from Kayla Watts’ jet after it is assaulted by flying dinosaurs. The Therizinosaurus sniffs out a grazing deer and swats it across the forest with its razor-like talons. The deer’s demise is quick, gory, and horrific, with the much bigger dinosaur devouring its meal. Worse, it appears the dinosaur was only chasing the deer for amusement; as it leaves the animal’s decaying body behind and concentrates its efforts on Claire.
Owen Grady finds six enormous predatory dinosaurs in the town centre while fleeing Malta. He watches as a man riding by on a scooter is abruptly snatched in the jaws of one of the animals; and bisected with a single bite, attempting to avoid these horrors.
6. Rainn Delacourt
Rainn Delacourt works for the wicked Soyona Santos, who kidnaps Maisie Lockwood at the start of the film. After Owen Grady apprehends Delacourt; the kidnapper is held down by both arms by two different dinosaurs on either side of him. He is dismembered and terrified as a third dinosaur chews off his head.
7. The Gigantosaurus
The major dinosaur menace in Dominion is the gigantosaurus, which appears several times during the film. In the finale, it battles the T-Rex and Therizinosaurus, with the former finally catapulting its bigger foe into his ally’s extended talons, impaling it and killing it.
The killing of the gigantosaurus in Jurassic World: Dominion is appropriately nasty. The beast, which had been threatening the protagonists for some time, gets its proper end with plenty of ferocity, making it one of the more memorable deaths not just in the film, but in the franchise itself.