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Entertainment New 'Jurassic World: Dominion' behind-the-scenes pics show dinos and stringent COVID precautions

02:31  14 august  2020
02:31  14 august  2020 Source:   uk.news.yahoo.com

Jeff Goldblum feels safe returning to Jurassic World set

  Jeff Goldblum feels safe returning to Jurassic World set Jeff Goldblum has stated that Universal has gone out of its way to make the cast and crew of Jurassic World: Dominion feel safe, as the production resumes amid the coronavirus pandemic. The actor told Entertainment Tonight that filming for Jurassic World is shortly due to recommence and that there are 'protocols galore', to ensure the risk of being on set is reduced. "We're going to be very safe, I think," Goldblum said via video chat, "we'reThe actor told Entertainment Tonight that filming for Jurassic World is shortly due to recommence and that there are 'protocols galore', to ensure the risk of being on set is reduced.

Jurassic World : Dominion is the upcoming third film in the Jurassic World trilogy and the direct sequel to 2018's Jurassic World : Fallen Kingdom. It is the sixth film in the Jurassic Park film series and will serve as the conclusion to the Jurassic World saga as a whole.

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The title treatment for Jurassic World: Dominion (Amblin) The title treatment for Jurassic World: Dominion (Amblin)

A series of new photos from behind the scenes of Jurassic World: Dominion have been shared online revealing a glimpse of what it’s like filming during a pandemic.

The trio of snaps, shared by the official Jurassic World Instagram account, show the sixth Jurassic film as production resumes at London’s Pinewood Studios. The Colin Trevorrow-directed blockbuster was shut down in March by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Universal Pictures ’ “ Jurassic World : Dominion ” has resumed shooting this week in the U.K. with the studio denying a press report of a production halt due to positive COVID -19 tests among the crew. “Any reports indicating that Jurassic World : Dominion has halted production are categorically untrue

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One picture shows Chris Pratt’s Owen Grady walking into a forest with another character and a sound guy holding his boom mic from a safe (social) distance. The second shows a masked crew member attending to a cage filled with tiny compsognathus dinosaurs, while a third shows how cast and crew are divided into teams on set.

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A supporting article on the New York Times explains: “Universal has divided the production into two categories. The larger one is made up of the departments that don’t need access to the set during filming, like construction and props. The more exclusive category, called the Green Zone, includes the director, the cast and only essential crew, like camera operators and the sound department.”

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  Jurassic World: Dominion has ‘exciting’ animatronics Jurassic World: Dominion will have more animatronics than any of the previous movies. Although production on the latest instalment in the dinosaur franchise has been hit by delays due to the Covid-19 crisis, work recently resumed and director Colin Trevorrow is impressed with the results. Trevorrow has promised fans are in for a treat when they finally see the digital effects on the big screen. “We’ve actually gone more practical with every Jurassic movie we’ve made since the first one, and we’ve made more animatronics in this one than we have in the previous two,” he said in an interview with Collider.

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Dominion is one of a handful of Hollywood blockbusters that have been able to resume production following the global coronavirus pandemic, including Avatar 2 in New Zealand, Uncharted in Germany, and Marvel’s Shang-Chi in Australia. This is thanks to an industry-leading, 107-page safety manual the dictates the working environment ensuring the health and safety of the $200 million film’s 750 cast and crew members.

Chris Pratt standing in front of a dinosaur: UNIVERSAL CITY, CALIFORNIA - JULY 22: Chris Pratt and Blue the velociraptor interact onstage at the grand opening celebration of 'Jurassic World -The Ride' at Universal Studios Hollywood on July 22, 2019 in Universal City, California. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images for Universal Studios Hollywood ) © Provided by Yahoo! Entertainment UK UNIVERSAL CITY, CALIFORNIA - JULY 22: Chris Pratt and Blue the velociraptor interact onstage at the grand opening celebration of 'Jurassic World -The Ride' at Universal Studios Hollywood on July 22, 2019 in Universal City, California. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images for Universal Studios Hollywood )

The safety measures put in place to allow the production to resume cost Pinewood $9 million. They include a hotel exclusively rented out for the cast, antiviral mists used to clean sets between takes, 150 hand sanitiser stations, and a full time GP with four nurses to administer regular coronavirus tests for the cast and crew.

Colin Trevorrow had to persuade Steven Spielberg to rename 'Jurassic Park' franchise ‘Jurassic World’

  Colin Trevorrow had to persuade Steven Spielberg to rename 'Jurassic Park' franchise ‘Jurassic World’ Colin Trevorrow had to convince Steven Spielberg to rename the Jurassic Park franchise to Jurassic World when he was hired to oversee the 2015 blockbuster. Trevorrow, who oversaw the monstrously successful Jurassic World back in 2015, admitted as much during Collider’s Directors On Directing discussion for Comic-Con@Home. Read More: How ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Plans to Resume Filming During Coronavirus “Changing the name of the franchise took some convincing. It was called Jurassic Park and, if you can imagine, at the time they were pretty married to that.

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If the cast had not agreed to be holed up in quarantine ahead of the shoot, the film would have been in trouble admits director Colin Trevorrow.

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“For Laura Dern, Sam Neill, Jeff Goldblum and all our actors, they were very cautious,” Trevorrow said. “But knowing that we would all be safe together is what really moved the needle. If they hadn’t been willing to come, nothing could have happened.”

The article confirms four crew members have tested positive so far. Two who had yet to be on set, who were quarantined for two weeks and allowed to return after three negative tests. Two more were isolated along with everyone who they had been in contact with for two weeks. “No one has become seriously ill,” the studio said.

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Cast member Chris Pratt completed three weeks of shooting at Pinewood before returning home to America to be with his wife Katherine for the birth of their first child together, and will return to England at the beginning of September.

Jurassic World: Dominion comes to cinemas June 2021.

Jake Johnson's 'Jurassic World: Dominion' return in doubt .
Jake Johnson and director Colin Trevorrow are “trying to figure out” how his character Lowery Cruthers can return in Jurassic World: Dominion. The New Girl star’s turn as park employee Lowery was the funniest part of the original Jurassic World. So much so that, when it was time to make a sequel to the smash-hit blockbuster, Tom Cruise had already signed up Johnson to be the comedic relief in The Mummy. Johnson didn’t have the same scheduling conflict this time around, though, and he recently told Collider that he was planning to fly out to London to shoot Jurassic World: Dominion when the global pandemic hit.

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