Jurassic World Dominion was the first UK Hollywood studio production to resume filming after being closed due to Covid in mid-March 2020; This first shutdown came weeks after filming began on February 25 of this year. Production resumed in July 2020, only to halt again in October due to a Covid outbreak in the crew, but in the end, after 18 months of production and 40,000 Covid tests, it was worth Universal’s sweat in a film that Grossed $1 billion worldwide.
One of three theatrical releases in 2022 to do so in the past year, following Top Gun: Maverick and Avatar: The Way of Water. (The film’s theatrical release date was pushed back from June 2021 to June 2022 to ensure it would thrive in a restored global world film market.) Jurassic World’s first director Colin Trevorrow returned to direct this ending, reuniting the cast of the new franchise by Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard with the Jurassic Park Crew consisting of Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern, and Sam Neil. (deadline)
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The latest sequel, 2018’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, directed by filmmaker J.A. Bayona was deemed too dark by critics, with 47% on Rotten Tomatoes and fans with an A-CinemaScore that was below Jurassic World’s 71%, and A. Dominion underperformed with 29% in A Full Summer in the Kinos proved they still loved dinosaurs with an A, spending $376.8 million domestically and $625.1 million abroad, including China.
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It’s also important to note that after Covid and China banned several American films to prioritize their own local dishes, Dominion was one of the few Hollywood films to break through in that market, earning $157.5 M. Net income here is $229.7 million.