After battling gigantic dinosaurs, Chris Pratt bows down to mini-bombs called Coronavirus that has turned the epic dinosaur-themed Jurassic Park to Jura-sick Park.
After infecting humans and plunging the stock markets to a record low, coronavirus has now turned to the entertainment world. Netflix and Disney decided to shut down all live-action productions. The latest news comes from Universal Studios that postponed the filming of Jurassic World: Dominion among other projects.
- Jurassic World: Dominion film production postponed amid Coronavirus scare
- About the end of the epic saga: Jurassic World- Dominion
- Reunion of cast on Jurassic World: Dominion
Jurassic World: Dominion film production postponed amid Coronavirus scare
Universal Studios have decided to halt the production of the highly anticipated project- Jurassic World: Dominion, the final part of the ambitious trilogy film in the wake of Coronavirus pandemic. The star cast has been shooting in London since February.
Since Europe is in the grip of Coronavirus with spiking number of Covid-19 infected cases, it is considered safe to take a hiatus effective this Friday. The decision might impact the release date of Jurassic World which is supposed to release in 2021. We will have to wait for Coronavirus to subside for the fans’ favorite film to resume production.
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About the end of the epic saga: Jurassic World- Dominion
Jurassic World is the trilogy sequel of the epic science fiction adventure film Jurassic Park. The first part of Jurassic World (fourth in the sequel of Jurassic Park Film series) released in 2015. Set 22 years in the aftermath of Jurassic park, the trilogy Jurassic World takes place in the same fictional Central American island, Isla Nublar where a theme park of cloned dinosaurs operated for a decade.
A transgenic dinosaur escapes and goes on a rampage and so begins the iconic adventure of Jurassic World. Chris Pratt plays the protagonist Owen Grady: A Navy veteran and ethologist, and former Velociraptor handler for Jurassic World.
The final part named Jurassic World: dominion will bring the conclusion to the entire saga of dinosaur-themed park. It is bringing cast from the original Jurassic Park and according to Chris Pratt, it feels so much like Avengers: The End Game.
Filmmaker Colin Trevorrow said Jurassic World 3 feels more like a sixth film than just the conclusion of the trilogy.
Scroll down to know how Jurassic World: dominion will reunite the old cast with new.
Reunion of the cast on Jurassic World: Dominion
Colin Trevorrow scripted the film with Emily Carmichael. Trevorrow also dons the hat of executive producer along with Steven Spielberg, Frank Marshall, and Pat Crowley. Jurassic World: dominion will see the return of Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. Moreover, cast from original Jurassic Park- Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and, Sam Neill- are reprising their roles.
It would be interesting to watch how the old inevitably meets the new. On being asked about the same, Trevorrow told Empire:
“We’d have had to come up with a reason why Ellie, Malcolm and Grant all went to the theme park on the exact same day it broke down — again. The next film allows the legacy characters to be a part of the story in an organic way. Emily Carmichael and I call it ‘Jurassic Park VI’, because it is.”
The film is supposed to release in 2021 but if Coronavirus continues for too long, then we can expect postponement of the film from its stipulated schedule of the premiere. After battling gigantic dinosaurs, it is ironic that Jurassic World fell victim to the microscopic organism called Coronavirus that has turned it into Jura-“sick” Park. We pray for its fast recovery!
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