The latest installment to the ‘Jurassic World’ franchise postponed because of pandemic

A movie that only a handful of people would deny watching, Jurassic World, has announced a sequel to its predecessor,‘Dominion’. However, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and public restrictions imposed due to it would make it impossible to release it as planned earlier said Universal Studios.
Pushed to 2022, ‘Dominion’ is listed among some of the famous upcoming line ups like ‘The Matrix’, ‘The Batman’, ‘No Time To Die’, and many more. The coronavirus impact has come up hard on the film industry as much as to the other sectors.
The ‘Dominion’ director, Colin Trevorrow took up to twitter to break the news of the movie’s delay. The logo of the movie has surfaced among the announcements and fans have shown their curiosity over the same.
The Jurassic franchise has been one of the oldest and most viewed materials in the TV world. Releasing in 1993, Jurassic Park set massive records in terms of the newest addition to the ‘Jurassic World’ franchise delayed due to pandemic
ewers and CGI effects. It has been survived by Jurassic World Trilogy, whose last installment came up in 2018 and goes by the name ‘Jurassic World – Fallen Kingdom’
Though the delay came as displeasure, Trevorrow has had his hopes high and chooses to stay on the optimistic side.

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