The iconic Jurassic World franchise is all set to bring up their second installment of the movie and the production of which is all fixed to begin next year in Hawaii.
As per the report, the Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow will be replaced by the new man Juan Antonio Bayona for the sequel and is on the mark to commence production of the movie on 27th February, 2017.
The production work is expected to be finished as soon as possible, as the director is pretty much eager to make it on the theatre screen, next year itself or maybe in the middle of 2018. However, a lot will depend on the other factors as the director said.
The majority of the film will be shot in Pinewood Studios, London. The story of the movie will be unique and different from the rest. Rather than a bunch of dinasaurs chasing people, it will focus on a completely different aspect.
Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt are expected to reprise their specific roles, and the big thing is that, Steven Spielberg will return here as the executive producer. Trevorrow and Derek Connolly will look after the screenplay of the movie.