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‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ star Chris Pratt reveals fan who will be eaten by a dinosaur

Chris Pratt stayed true to his word and announced the new dinosaur meal

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Chris Pratt Stars as Owen in “Jurassic World.”

Chris Pratt stars as Owen in “Jurassic World.”

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“Jurassic World: Dominion” star Chris Pratt has revealed the lucky (er, unlucky?) fan who will have a chance to be eaten by a dinosaur in the upcoming monster flick.

What happened:

Pratt told a fan named Terry that he will join the cast of “Jurassic World: Dominion” in London to begin setting up a scene where he will be eaten by a dinosaur.

Pratt had a conversation with the fan where he revealed Terry will be eaten alive by a computer dinosaur.

Pratt said: “It’s been an honor to be part of the #AllInChallenge which has raised over $59 MILLION to help feed the hungry during this global crisis! Congrats Terry!! The world can’t wait to see you get eaten by a dinosaur!”

Back in April, Pratt announced the contest as a part of the “All In Challenge” — a celebrity event where donations from fans could lead to cool prizes, as the Deseret News reported.

‘Jurassic World’ returns to production

  • In mid-June, “Jurassic World” announced it would return to production amid the coronavirus pandemic, which I wrote about for the Deseret News. “Dominion” would be the first Hollywood film to return to production amid the pandemic.
  • The film’s other star, Bryce Dallas Howard, said the cast would only return when things were safe.
  • A Universal studios production executive said the studio has worked hard to promote safety at the workplace, according to ComicBook.com.
  • The executive said: “Anyone with symptoms will be isolated immediately before being sent home. We want to make sure that we are going above and beyond the national protocols to create a safe environment. Cost isn’t our main concern now: it’s safety. We will take direction from our medical team, but we’re confident that with the staggered scheduling and zones of talent and crew, along with a system of contact tracing, we can move forward with limited delay in production.”