The Jurassic World Dominion set is packed with cool collectibles that every actor will want to snag a piece of, from animatronic dinosaurs to ornate backdrops — and maybe even a picture or autograph with the original Jurassic Park cast, who appeared in the movie. But Scott Haze kept it simple as he slipped away with a piece of movie history.
“I don’t know if anyone knows I own any of the Rainn Delacourt costume,” said Haze.
But Haze’s biggest snack wasn’t really a prop. It was the fact that he personally captured a unique moment in his own homemade film.
“Jurassic World was a very special film because we were the only film in the world that was made [during the height of Covid],” Haze said. “The biggest souvenir I have is… [when] I made a short film while filming Jurassic World because we had a month off and I was trapped in it [Covid] Bladder. I got film equipment and did a short film with Destry Spielberg, Steven’s daughter, and Taylor Olandt, and it was really fun. I have a little film that’s a time capsule of that time, and that’s my biggest souvenir.”
Haze’s latest film What Josiah Saw is now streaming exclusively on Shudder.