With the rapid spread of coronavirus all over the world, all film industries were shut down for months and now many production houses are coming back to their normal schedule and one such franchise is teh Jurassic World, with their latest movie stuck because of filming here’s what the franchise did.
So, without wasting time let us get into the details of Jurassic World: Dominion sets.
JURASSIC WORLD: DOMINION FRANCHISE SPENT ALMOST $3 MILLION IN TESTING
Well, big production houses don’t mind spending and so Universal Studious graciously spent $3 million on testing for all the cast and crew members so Coronavirus would not spread on the sets, the production had already been delayed for quite some time now and it finally time to hit the filming.
Jurassic World: Dominion producer Patrick Crowley in an interview mentioned, ‘Universal never blinked, They said, You’ve got to do what you’ve got to do’, The cast and crew were tested three times a week and the staff of the hotel as Universal has kept the entire cast and crew out of the reach from the public.
Almost 27,000 tests were taken, while the filming is still on going we expect Universal to keep the same safety measure for all the cast and crew, if they were to continue this same process it would cost universal almost $5 million more.
Crowley also mentioned that they have people hired just so that they can remind people to stay 2 meters away from each other we are really proud of universal and their way of handling this.
Jurassic World: Dominion is all set to get a 2023 release, that is all for today we will keep our readers updated on the latest news about Jurassic World: Dominion until then continue reading with us!