The UK-based production, “Jurassic World: Dominion” was cleared to resume filming after being halted earlier this month due to several positive coronavirus cases onset.
Director Colin Trevorrow has brought this update by sharing a picture on Twitter. There is a short caption: “Back” along with the picture of franchise veterans Laura Dern, Sam Neill and Jeff Goldblum reuniting.
According to sources that know the production site, filming never stop entirely and key cast members were still working. They were mostly shooting secondary sequences during the hiatus. They began to work on the main scenes again last Friday.
Production company Amblin has said that the ‘Jurassic World’ cast and crew are back to work. All the cast and crew were back with the spirit of a legend watching over them while they produce together. Along with Goldblum, Dern and Neill, the cast of “Dominion” also includes Chriss Pratt, B.D. Wong and Bryce Dallas Howard. This sequel takes over the events of 2018’s “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” which ended with dinosaurs descending on Sin City.
Universal, which is the studio behind the popular franchise has recently delayed the release date for the upcoming movie. The sixth sequel of “Jurassic Park”, who is originally planned to release on 2021 will hit theatres on June 10, 2022.
“Jurassic World: Dominion” initially goes on with the production in July and has nearly three more weeks of material left to shoot. It was one of the first high-profile movies to resume shooting amid the pandemic.
Other blockbuster movies
Not only that, blockbusters like “The Batman” and “Matrix 4,” also have resumed filming in recent months. The sets are strictly following safety protocols such as frequent coronavirus testing, social distancing and regular temperature checks. However, the bad news is that “The Batman” has to pause shooting for two weeks. This is because Robert Pattinson, starring as Batman in the film has been diagnosed with COVID-19 disease.
Not only that, Netflix production, “The Harder They Fall” also halted their filming due to positive coronavirus cases onset.
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