Jurassic World: Dominion Preps for Return to Production

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With the stay at home restrictions being lifted, one film is already looking towards the future. Jurassic World: Dominion is officially set to restart production on July 6, per Deadline.

Universal Pictures confirms filming will begin at Pinewood Studios in the UK. If successful, Jurassic World will be the first major film to return from the Coronavirus pandemic lockdown.

The production staff is currently incorporating very strenuous safety protocols. Also, the studio is spending an additional $5 Million dollars on extra safety measures. All cast and crew will be tested for the Coronavirus before productions begins. There will also be intermittent testing until the completion of the project. Everyone on set will also be required to complete COVID training. The pre-production crew will return next week for the next two weeks.

Apparently, the film will not have to make any major changes plot wise. There are minimal large crowd scenes remaining, and only a few added special effects. No word on when Jurassic World: Dominion will hit theaters, but it will likely be sooner rather than later.

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Written by Melodie Aikels

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