Dominion director assures that the delay of one year will be worth it

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Colin Trevuru is taking back the re-release by sharing a new poster, after Universal Pictures announced that the movie starring Chris Pratt will not arrive until 2022.

Ice Showbiz – “Jurassic World: DominionIt is the latest movie whose release date has been affected by COVID-19. After the virus outbreak halted production earlier this year, fans now have to wait a little longer for the film to reach theaters.

Universal Pictures announced, Tuesday, October 6, that the third “Jurassic World” movie is no longer scheduled to be shown in theaters in 2021, and was scheduled to arrive on June 11, 2021, which is a follow-up to the 2018 film.Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom“Practically for one year until June 10, 2022.

Director Colin Trevuru has also taken to Twitter to address the shift in the release schedule. Promising that the long wait is “worth it,” he wrote, “For the past three months, I have worked with an extraordinary cast and crew on a movie that we can’t wait to share with the world. Although we will have to wait a little longer, it will be worth it.” This fuss. Let’s stay healthy and look after each other until then. ”

Meanwhile, he quenches fan thirst with “Dominion” first poster tease. The artwork features the familiar “Jurassic” logo encased in a blazing amber color, a recall of the franchise’s first original movie, “Jurassic Park” in 1993.

Colin Trevuru

Colin Trevuru addressed the “Jurassic World: Dominion” postponement with a teaser poster.

“Jurassic World: Dominion” has been filmed since February this year when the global pandemic halted production of Hollywood films in March. Filming resumed in July, with the cast and crew heading to London.

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A few days after production resumed in the UK, reports surfaced that filming should be delayed again after several crew members tested positive for coronavirus. However, the reports were debunked by Universal.

A spokesman for the studio said, without confirming or denying the allegation about the crew members who had tested positive for the Coronavirus, “Any reports indicating that the movie Jurassic World: Dominion has stopped production is totally false.” “Production is on its fifth day of filming today, and we are delighted to be back in front of the camera with this wonderful project.”

Jurassic World: Dominion Chris Pratt Repeat his role as Owen Grady W. Bryce Dallas Howard Back as Claire Deering. The movie also brings back some of the original stars from the “Jurassic Park” trilogy, including Jeff GoldblumAnd the Sam Neal And the Laura Dern.

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