Jurassic World Dominion resumes their shooting.
With the latest instalment of Jurassic World to bring back their beloved cast of the original, including Dr Alan Grant himself, Sam Neill, audiences are eagerly awaiting the news of the movie’s production starting up soon.
Now, due to the ongoing situation of the coronavirus outbreak, the filming on Jurassic World Dominion was shut down temporarily, much like so many other productions, but now, Neill has expressed his hope that work on the movie could resume on July.
Jurassic World Dominion resumes their shooting
Actor Sam Neill and his latest team of co-stars were due to start filming in England on the third Jurassic World this month, but sadly there was not to be thanks to the current situation. The experience has caused Sam Neill to reflect on what he misses about filming, and about life in general outside of self-isolation.
Sam Neill has been doing his part to entertain from the safety of his home, with the Jurassic Park actor having performed a series of solo ukulele renditions that he has uploaded to social media. While the actor is optimistic about returning to the world of dinosaurs come July, there is currently no official date for the production to continue on Jurassic World: Dominion.
The month of July is not too far away, and as we have seen so far with the ongoing situation, some things can change rapidly. The movie had only been two weeks into their production schedule when the production was forced to pause, and Sam Neill has spoken to the media about his eagerness to return to work as soon as possible.
The previous instalment, Fallen Kingdom ends with a number of creatures being smuggled off the island for a black market auction which of course ends very terribly. Now, with the dinos are left on the loose, the likes of Sam’s Alan Grant, Jeff Goldblum’s Ian Malcolm and Laura Dern’s Dr Sattler are being brought back to stop the beasts.