Jurrasic World franchise might restart shooting, and here is what we know about it!
Well, as we all know that the pandemic which has been created by the fatal Corona Virus has now eased up, even though the situation is not getting any better. It is because there was a significant amount of monetary loss, and obviously, no one can bear it.
Movies like Avatar, have now started the process of filming again in New Zealand because the country has now established 0 cases of Corona Virus. As of now, it also looks like that Jurassic World: Dominion is going to be the first major film to resume the process of filming in the United Kingdom.
Here is why Jurrasic World’s new movie was brought to a halt!
Back in the middle of March, every process, happening in the industry of entertainment, be it of production or filming, was brought to a halt because of the rasing health concerns all around the world. The whole set that once was full of sounds of happening has now been covered with silence.
At least, this was the original plan for Universal Studios as well as other filmmakers such as Colin Trevorrow, who are now targeting the second week of July as the point in time when the cameras are going to start rolling once more.
Right now, if anyone wants to resume the filming process, they have to spend a significant amount on all the safety protocols that include testifying for the virus, hygienic protocols, as well as medical teams and COVID 19 training must be with all the members.
Here is how the crew and cast will start the filming process again!
Right now, this company is working with the British Film Council as well as the unions at the American unions of filmmaking. They have all united together to make sure that the whole process has been met with all the safety standards that have been implied even though the protocols have reached beyond the main recommendations.
Reaching to London soon are artists such as Chris Pratt as well as Bryce Dallas Howard, as they will have to enter the quarantine process before heading back to their tasks.