Jurassic World 3: When does movie start filming? Jeff Goldblum opens up

Jurassic World was the epic Steven Spielberg reboot nobody knew they needed. The Jurassic Park movies are iconic with some of the best characters portrayed by Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum. But now these stars are set to return, when will fans get the chance to watch the long-awaited movie?

The first two Jurassic World movies were full of terrifying dinosaur carnage.

Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard were brilliant leads, and have brought new life to a franchise which captivated so many fans for decades.

It was revealed in September, however, that these two would be joined by three of the original cast of Jurassic Park: Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum.

This will, of course, make Jurassic Park nerds ecstatic, and many fans are champing at the bit to find out when they will get to see their beloved dinosaur experts in action.

While the dates of the film’s release are in no way finalised, the filming and production dates have been revealed by none other than Goldblum himself.

Speaking on Chris Evans’ Virgin Radio Breakfast Show, he said: “Well, I guess those dinosaur movies are kind of scary.

“And we’re gonna do another one of those around these parts come this summer.”

“I’ll be here shooting with Laura Dern and Sam Neill and Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard.

“Colin Trevorrow as the great director is going to be writing and directing it. And I can’t wait.”

Not only will the movie be shot in the Summer of 2020, but it will be in the UK, most likely at Pinewood Studios, which was the production venue for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

If the movie is set to film in Summer 2020, judging by the previous movies, the movie should be hitting the big screen by late 2021.

Universal Pictures has suggested the release date would be June 11, 2021.

However, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom filmed in February 2017, before its release in June 2018, while filming for the first Jurassic World film took place in April 2014 for release in June 2015, meaning the turnaround time seems to sit at 14-16 months.

This means, if filming starts in May/June 2020, the movie will likely end up being a October half term release for 2021, unless the team are able to turn it around in time for its June 11 estimate.

Dallas Howard and Pratt are expected to reprise their roles, however little is know about how the three original cast members will add to the movie, meaning it may be that they play entirely new characters.

However, with their joint dinosaur expertise from the Jurassic Park movies, it would seem more likely that they will step into the shoes of Dr Alan Grant (Neill,) Dr Ellie Sattler (Dern,) and Dr Ian Malcolm (Goldblum.)

Goldblum has even cameoed in the rebooted films before, playing Ian Malcolm in a short courtroom scene at the end of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

In the scene, Dr Malcolm declared that humans and dinosaurs must learn to co-exist, meaning the third film will likely be based around those themes.

Goldblum also spoke to Chris Evans about his surprise collaboration with Miley Cyrus, saying: “When we were putting this album together, we had this idea of having interesting, delicious singers on it. Unexpected from unexpected places.

“And, you know, I just tried to make contact and somehow did.”

“We sent videos back and forth to each other. Then we recorded our part.

“She recorded her part and we put it all together. I couldn’t be more thrilled. She’s just spectacular.”

Jurassic World 3 is expected to be released on June 11, 2021

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