Starring Chris Pratt, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, and Sam Neill, the final instalment of the Jurassic Park reboot is set to release on June 10.
Last Updated: 11.31 AM, Jun 07, 2022
Jurassic World posed a lot of logical questions to its audience at the time of its release, much like Steven Spielberg’s classic, Jurassic Park. But no question bugged the audience as much as to how a woman could outrun a T Rex in high heels.
In the first movie of the reboot franchise, Bryce Dallas Howard plays an executive at the newly reopening theme park, named Claire Dearing. Through the course of the movie, she can be seen running around the jungle chased by dinosaurs in her high heels and this caused a lot of ruckus at the time.
The actor, who reprises her role in Jurassic World Dominion, has now confirmed that her character would not be seen running in heels in the upcomig movie. The question about heels came up in E! News' Daily Pop, and the actor gave an answer. “You will be gravely disappointed if you came to Dominion to see me in heels ‘cause it doesn't happen. Not once." she said.
Bryce Dallas Howard has revealed that in the end, it was she who made the decision to keep the heels on for the rest of the first movie, after having the option of going barefoot for the rest of filming. The decision resulted in multiple shots of her outrunning prehistoric predators in high heels in jungles, which did not sit too well with fans and some critics.
The actor has since been asked about the decision on several occasions, and she has said that she does not regret it. Though the actor has said in previous interviews that this is a sign as to what women can do, it seems like we will not get the popular heels in the third movie of the franchise.
Directed by Colin Trevorrow, Jurassic World Dominion looks to close out the Jurassic World trilogy. The movie also stars Chris Pratt, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Sam Neill, BD Wong, Omar Sy, Isabella Sermon, Justice Smith, and Daniella Pineda, who will be reprising their roles from previous films in the franchise.
The movie, which has music composed by Michael Giacchino, is set to hit theatres around the country on June 10.