Universal has denied bits of gossip that creation on ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ has been closed down after positive coronavirus tests.
It had been accounted for that the venture at Pinewood Studios had slowed down indeed after a few group individuals had tried positive for COVID-19 however Universal has said that the cases are completely false.
The studio told Comicbook.com:
The reports are claiming that production for Jurassic World: Dominion has shut down is totally wrong.
The creation is going into its fifth day of shooting tomorrow, and we’re excited to be back before the camera on this extraordinary task.
The movie, which casts Chris Pratt & Bryce Dallas Howard, is the one which begins there shooting after the all other films shooting have postponed due to coronavirus, yet it had been reported that shooting has been canceled once again due to pandemic
A source disclosed to The Sun paper:
This was the exact opposite thing anybody expected unexpectedly early.
Everybody was amped up for getting things back ready for action on set yet this has completely wrecked that.
There are a great many pounds in question here. No one needs progressively long deferrals.
The film is being coordinated by Colin Trevorrow, who as of late asserted that lockdown had profited the film as it permitted the group to finish after creation on early scenes.
The 43-year-old producer revealed to Empire magazine:
For a considerable lot of us, ‘Domain’ was at that point the greatest imaginative test of our lives, before the lockdown.
The shooting plan truly attempted for our potential benefit – the initial a month we put to the film were for the most part groupings with dinosaurs in them. So that permitted us to get a head start on VFX and workshop a portion of the more current components without the weight of approaching cutoff time.