With Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard in the foreground, Jurassic World, was one of the most loved and acclaimed films in the franchise. The film was a box office success, and it had a number of fan-favorite sequences.
The charisma of its two leads, Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt, was a big component of Jurassic World’s charm and appeal. While there are many individuals moving the story forward in Jurassic World, Howard’s Claire Dearing and Pratt’s Owen Grady are the main stars, and a significant portion of the film’s duration is devoted to establishing the two characters as a love couple.
One new aspect of the film Jurassic World has been revealed today. It’s in reference to the kissing sequence in the film, which was not the filmmakers’ initial plan.
In a previous interview with Out Journal, Jurassic World actor Bryce Dallas Howard said that her kiss with Chris Pratt in the film was spontaneous and ‘not written.’ The actress said that there was no kissing half between the two actors in the original sequence of the film, and that the unplanned part was afterwards inserted in the film. According to the actress, the sequence received a standing ovation from the 800 background artists in attendance as director Colin Trevorrow introduced a reduce on the lovable kissing scene.
During a featurette included on the Jurassic World Blu-ray, Pratt and Trevorrow also admitted that, although unscripted, Owen and Claire’s kiss wasn’t precisely a spur-of-the-moment choice. Trevorrow reportedly spoke about the kiss with Pratt before shooting the sequence, but he didn’t tell Howard about it. “We’re just going to have Chris Pratt surprise [Bryce] in front of 200 people,” Trevorrow said of the concept.
Howard was said to be taken aback by the kiss.
Meanwhile, Chris Pratt is set to reprise his role in Thor: Love and Thunder. He’ll be seen with Karen Gillan, Tessa Thompson, Natalie Portman, Chris Hemsworth, and a slew of other celebrities.
Bryce Dallas Howard, on the other hand, will star with Chris Pratt in Jurassic World Dominion. Colin Trevorrow is directing the film, which will be released on June 10th, 2022.