Jurassic World Dominion will be filmed at the end of October. Jurassic World: Dominion is the third part of the new Jurassic World trilogy. It will appear after the fall of the fallen kingdom in 2018, and the dinosaurs finally entered the world outside the island. However, the latest issue will also tie the entire series together by bringing back the main characters of the original “Jurassic Park” Sam Neill, Jeff Goldblum and Laura Dern. In addition, it has been suggested to partner with “Lost World” and “Jurassic Park 3” by returning to Islazona (location B).
Dominion suffered some setbacks due to the coronavirus, because the pandemic in March stopped the film from being filmed. Director Colin Trevorrow said that it actually helped them sort out some of the visual effects sequences they had already shot.
However, Dominion is one of the first films to be re-started, as the film resumed shooting in the UK in early July through health and safety procedures (worth up to $5 million to fight the coronavirus). Universal Pictures also had to deny that it stopped production again due to the outbreak, but the outbreak did affect their plans for shooting in Malta.
Goldblum seems to have given a timetable as to when one can expect Dominion production to end.
The end of October not only meets the schedule of Neill’s actors being together for “three or four months”, but considering that Goldblum is reported to play an important role in this film, it is likely that he will remain involved in the filming until the end. If the shooting does end at the end of October or shortly thereafter, it also means that the team will have enough time to put the film together and adjust the visual effects to ensure that it is ready for release on June 11, 2021.