Shooting of ‘Jurassic World’ halts after positive cases of Corona come to light
Shooting for the “Jurassic World Sequel” has been suspended for two weeks after positive cases of the coronavirus surfaced.
According to a report by the British News Agency, the film’s director Colin Trevor has said that the shooting of the production set of Universal Pictures movie “Jurassic World: Dominion” has been suspended for 2 weeks after the coronavirus test of some people came positive.
However, Colin Trevor did not say which people tested positive. “Later, all of them tested negative, but due to our safety rules, we are giving a two-week break in the shooting,” he explained.
Colin Trevor posted a picture on Twitter of a little Diana Sorkey wearing a mask, announcing that the set of his film has fallen victim to COVID 19.
Remember that the shooting of the second big Hollywood movie has been suspended due to the coronavirus. The film was shot in the UK in July with measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Two days ago, the release of the sixth film of the dinosaur franchise’s science fiction film ‘Jurassic World’ was announced to be postponed for a year and now it will be released till June 2022. Initially, Jurassic World: Dominion was to be released in 2021.