Jurassic World: Dominion has had a production shutdown for at Least fourteen days after multiple individuals involved have tested positive for coronavirus. This setback comes after the recently reported drawback the movie has been bumped out of a June 2021 launch date into a June 2022 launch date. Filmmaker Colin Trevor row posted on Twitter about “some positive coronavirus tests” on World: Dominion on Wednesday.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Dominion has “about three weeks left on production,” which may not seem like a lot–but this isn’t the first time Dominion has seen accidents, accidents, and other medical issues.
Regardless of the movie’s UK set spending around $5 million on making it safe during COVID-19, celebrities have proudly posted images of their bruises doing their own stunts on a restricted, attentive set.
However, Regardless of What precautions have been taken, it does not change The fact that manufacturing during the pandemic includes obvious risks. The Batman also recently had its COVID cases and delays. The new Dune movie additionally got bumped from December to October 2021–but in that case, COVID was not explicitly named as a factor.
Dominion will be the third picture in the Jurassic World Franchise, following 2018’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Dominion is predicted to shut out the trilogy kicked off by 2015’s Jurassic Earth.
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