Many Hollywood productions have been shut down for the last few months due to the global health crisis, and we have been waiting patiently to see when filming starts back up again.
And one highly-anticipated franchise has announced its going start back up again in the coming weeks!
Jurassic World: Dominion will resume production on July 6th at Pinewood Studios in the UK, Universal has announced. Pre-production will begin this week. According to the Hollywood Reporter, production was put on hiatus in mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Part of restarting things will involve the stars, Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, undergoing a two-week quarantine, along with anyone else involved in the production. In fact, the entire production will follow the safety protocols set by the British Film Institute, the British Film Commission, and Universal Studios.
Jurassic World was one of several productions that have been on pause since March at the historic Pinewood Studios. Disney’s upcoming The Little Mermaid live-action remake was also put on hold.
We cant wait to get back to the movies and eat a bucket of popcorn while watching some dinosaurs take over the planet, even if it is a little later.
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