Jurassic World 2 Officially filming in UK!

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Another brief but exciting update on the production of Jurassic World 2. Recently it was reported that J.A Bayona will be in the directors chair for the upcoming sequel. Now after a few weeks of rumors it looks like a deal has been struck to move filming from Hawaii (Most of the Jurassic Films were shot there) to  the UK.

We’ve known for some time that the story would move off island to the mainland, away from the park settings. Although moving to the UK could have nothing to do with the actual setting of the story. Many films chose to shoot in the UK for its large filming studios like Pinewood.

Tho some speculate that we may see dino’s rampaging through London when the film is finally released June of 2018. I’m not too keen on that idea just yet but it’s honestly way to early to know for sure what route the sequel will take.

It was also confirmed that filming will begin early 2017. So far only Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt are set to return. Although it ‘s pretty clear by having Dr. Wu (played by JP’s only returning cast mate BD Wong) escape the island with embryos that he may have a part to play in the sequel as well.

Read the original article here at The Knowledge.

Jurassic World roars into theaters 6/22/2018.

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2 thoughts on “Jurassic World 2 Officially filming in UK!

  1. Bruce Christian

    Didn’t the original JP sequel end up with dinosaurs in San Diego or somewhere like that? It was really hokey, so I sure hope they just recreate the sets in a studio and stay out of London.

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