Jurassic World 3 resumes production!

The project, which has been at a standstill for months, costs the studio a fortune

by Pierre Lorenz on June 15, 2020

The shooting of "Jurassic World 3" has been on hold for months. As Deadline now reports, the cast and film crew will continue shooting the blockbuster under strict conditions on July 6th. This would be the first major film project to actually start production again in the UK. The reason for this is a comprehensively worked out security concept that Universal presented for the shooting at the Pinewood Studios in London. In addition to the immense losses that Universal is suffering with every day that production comes to a standstill, the film studio has invested another 5 million US dollars just for the implementation of the concept. This includes the installation of the private medical facility called "Your Doctor" and strict instructions. A part of this is regular testing on the set, the immediate isolation of employees with clear symptoms, a so-called "anti-virus fog" that is sprayed on the set at night, countless disinfectant dispensers and of course the obligatory wearing of masks.

However, this shouldn't have that much of an effect on the scenes in front of the camera, as most of the scenes with lots of people in a pile have already been shot. The responsible people have so far held on to their cinema release on 11.06.2021.

Whether the quick and strict implementation of Universal's requirements will also have a positive impact on "The Batman" or

" Fantastic beas 3", which are also filmed in England, will certainly be seen soon.

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