Dinosaurs won’t rule the large screen again until 2022.
“Jurassic World: Dominion” will now debut on 10th June 2022 a year later than initially planned. Universal Pictures, the studio behind the sci-fi adventure franchise, initially slated the movie for summer 2021.
While announcing the airing date change on Twitter, director Colin Trevorrow also debuted the primary teaser poster for the film. Moreover, with the familiar “Jurassic” series logo encased in amber, a callback to the 1993 blockbuster “Jurassic Park.”
Trevorrow said “I’ve worked with a fantastic cast and crew on a movie we can’t wait to share with the planet, from the last three months. Even though we’ll need to wait for a touch longer, it’ll all be worthwhile. Let’s stay healthy and look out of every other until then.”
“Jurassic World: Dominion,” is packing up filming in March thanks to the pandemic. It is one of those influential primary movies to resume production.
The studio took extreme measures to stay the set coronavirus-free, including frequent testing, temperature checks, and isolating the cast and key crew at a resort hotel.
The value of those protocols is expecting to run within the $5 million range, consistent with insiders.
“Jurassic World: Dominion” hasn’t completed filming yet, though sources say it’s about three weeks from wrapping.
“Jurassic World: Dominion,” the sixth film within the 27-year-old series, again stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard.
They’re joined by a star-studded group that has Laura Dern, Sam Neill, and Jeff Goldblum. Trevorrow is returning to direct after previously helming 2015’s “Jurassic World.” He also co-wrote the script for the 2018 sequel “Fallen Kingdom.”
The “Jurassic” series is taken into account the assets of franchise fare for Universal. Collectively, the five movies have generated quite $5 billion at the worldwide box office.
“Jurassic World,” which revived the “Jurassic Park” story decades later, was a huge commercial success, grossing $1.6 billion worldwide.
The sequel “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” also joined the billion-dollar club, with ticket sales surpassing 1.3 billion dollars.
Universal has been busy making changes to its release calendar within the wake of the pandemic.
The recently postponing “Fast & Furious” sequel “F9” from 2nd April 2021, to 28th May 2021. Numerous movies have announced delays over the previous couple of days, including “No Time to Die,” “The Batman,” and “Matrix 4.”
NEW RELEASE DATE ANNOUNCED… The next instalment in #JurassicPark franchise – #JurassicWorld: #Dominion – gets a new release date… Won’t release in 2021… Will now release on 10 June 2022. #JurassicWorldDominion pic.twitter.com/KfAS7qLymz
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) October 7, 2020