Filming at the upcoming Jurassic Global film has been suspended for 2 weeks after a virus of COVID-19 on set, the movie’s director has stated.
Colin Trevorrow tweeted an image of a small dinosaur dressed in a masks, announcing: “A couple of certain coronavirus checks on Jurassic Global: Dominion.
“All examined damaging in a while after, however because of our protection protocols we are going to pause for 2 weeks. Again quickly.”
Aroused from sleep to the scoop we had a couple of certain Coronavirus checks on Jurassic Global: Dominion. All examined damaging in a while after, however because of our protection protocols we’re going to pause for 2 weeks. Again quickly. pic.twitter.com/DxuqX9UdgX
— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) October 7, 2020
It comes an afternoon after the movie’s manufacturing studio, Common Photos, introduced the movie’s free up date used to be being driven again to June 2022.
Mr Trevorrow didn’t say who had examined certain for the illness, or whether or not it had affected contributors of solid or team.
The movie, whose stars come with franchise regulars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, halted filming in mid-March on account of the pandemic, earlier than resuming in England in July.
Paintings began once more underneath strict protocols to comprise the unfold of the coronavirus.
For the previous 3 months, I’ve labored with an atypical solid and team on a movie we will be able to’t wait to proportion with the arena. Even supposing we will have to attend somewhat longer, it is going to all be price it. Let’s keep wholesome and care for every different till then. pic.twitter.com/vnGzhHs4nR
— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) October 6, 2020
:: Subscribe to the Day by day podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Spreaker
Final month, manufacturing on any other primary Hollywood film, The Batman, used to be close down for 2 weeks after an individual, reported to be megastar Robert Pattinson, examined certain for COVID-19.
Film studios had been reshuffling dates and suspending movie releases because the business tries to get better from the worldwide shutdown of cinemas in March.
The approaching James Bond movie, No Time To Die, which used to be initially due in cinemas in April, then November, has been driven again to April 2021, “so as to be observed via a world theatrical target audience”, manufacturers stated on Saturday.
On Monday, Cineworld introduced it used to be remaining its UK and US cinemas on account of proceeding disruption from the pandemic, jeopardising 45,000 staff, virtually 6,000 of them in the United Kingdom.