Jurassic World 3 is confirmed, and the filming might start again in July this year!
Well, well, well, who is not anticipated for another Jurassic World movie? As of now, news has come out that Jurassic World and its third sequel is looking forward to starting filming in July.
Sam Neill has said this. This project is going to serve as the third entry in the highly lucrative series of films that are based on dinosaurs who run amok in America today.
Here is what we can expect from this epic franchise!
This though, has been on fans’ minds since the last installment of this franchise called Jurassic World: the Fallen Kingdom came out back in 2018.
Even though it has been claimed earlier, too, that Jurassic World: Dominion is going to be the end of this trilogy that started back in 2015.
This third will mark a new beginning for Jurassic World!
The truth is, this upcoming film will mark the beginning of sorts.
Yes, you have read that correctly, this third film, or maybe you can say the sixth one if we keep the original trilogy in our mind, is going to mark an end to what has come before.
At this point, there are no plans revealed by Universal to stop making Jurassic films and that Dominion is instead going to pave the way for new avenues of exploration using this IP.
Universal has yet not denied making more than three films of Jurassic World, and thus, there is a possibility for more!
This is am exciting proposal for all the fans of Jurassic World out there who would love to see more films from the franchise.
Although, there has been a problem because the process of production for the Jurassic World movies has been held up because of the global pandemic created by the fatal Corona Virus.
Here is why the production, as well as filming, was delayed!
We all know what kind of scenario the world is in, and the health crisis has stopped all the processes in the entertainment industry.
The production halted back in March of this year, but Colin Trevorrow, the direction of it, has reported that he is still working on the project despite the lockdown.