‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ to resume production next month

LONDON: The filming for the sequel of sci-fi blockbuster ‘Jurassic ‘World: Dominion’ will resume its production in the United Kingdom next month.
The studio seems to spend a huge amount on safety protocols, including testing for the virus, cleaning protocols, medical teams, and COVID-training for everyone involved.
The company has reportedly been working with the British Film Council and the American filmmaking unions to make sure the production meets safety standards, but the protocols have gone beyond the original recommendations.
Actors such as Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are heading to London soon, as they will have to go into quarantine for two weeks before going back to work.
The coronavirus outbreak shut down movie theatres worldwide in mid-March and brought production of films to a halt. Due to the pandemic, the film sets have been quiet as cast and crew members were sent home to live in lockdown.
When the pandemic hit in March, “Dominion” was reportedly four weeks into a 20-week shoot.  The movie stars Justice Smith, Jake Johnson, Omar Sy and BD Wong with Jeff Goldblum, Sam Neill, Laura Dern will resume their roles from the original Steven Speilberg-directed film ‘Jurassic Park.’ The film is currently slated for release on 11th June 2021.
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