Filming for another blockbuster has to pause. There were positive corona tests on the set of “Jurassic World: Dominion”.
After the production of “The Batman” with Robert Pattinson (34, “Der Leuchtturm”) was last able to restart after a forced Corona break, filming for another blockbuster has to be stopped for the time being. On the set of Jurassic World: Dominion, several employees tested positive for the coronavirus. Although the results of further tests were negative, there will now be a two-week break for the time being, explains director Colin Trevorrow (44, “Jurassic World”) on Twitter.
“Woke up to the news that we had a couple of positive coronavirus tests at Jurassic World: Dominion,” said Trevorrow. “Everyone tested negative shortly thereafter, but we’re taking a two-week break because of our security measures. Back soon.” According to British media reports, filming in England had already been interrupted in July due to several corona cases.
It was recently announced that the adventure with Chris Pratt (41), Bryce Dallas Howard (39), Jeff Goldblum (67) and Sam Neill (73) would appear a whole year later than initially planned. The dinosaurs will not stomp across the big screen in June 2021, but only in June 2022. Meanwhile, “The Batman” was moved from autumn 2021 to March 2022.