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Jurassic World will be filmed at Sky Studios Elstree this year

Jurassic World will be filmed at Sky Studios Elstree this year

NBCUniversal has confirmed that its new Jurassic World film will be filmed this year at its Sky Studios Elstree in the UK.

With a release date already set for July 2025, expectations from our sources are that the blockbuster will begin filming this summer, although the studio has not confirmed this.

We reported that last month Godzilla, Rogue one a duck the creator Director Gareth Edwards was in final negotiations to direct the film, which would serve as a new look at the Jurassic Era Jurassic World Cast members Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are not expected to return, nor are original trilogy actors Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern, and Sam Neill. David Koepp wrote the screenplay.

Confirmation that the film will be filmed at Sky Studios has come from Universal's sister company Sky, which today announced UK Government updates on domestic tax credit and business rates.

the new Jurassic World The film will become the third major film to be shot on Universal's Sky Studios location – Next evil a duck Paddington 3 – which opened last year. The film is also expected to be filmed in other global destinations, as most of the films in the series have been filmed in Hawaii, although this has not been confirmed as a destination. former Jurassic World The films have been filmed at Pinewood in the UK but this film will not be filmed there.

According to studio sources, Ex Jurassic The film generated more than 2,000 jobs and £180 million in spending in the UK. However, the makeup of the crew in this episode, and even its ability to continue, may come into question if the IATSE and Teamsters strike continues this summer.

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The new film will be produced by Steven Spielberg through Amblin Entertainment, and Frank Marshall and Patrick Crowley will produce through Kennedy Marshall. Executive Vice President of Production Development Sarah Scott and Executive Creative Director of Production Development Jacqueline Jarrell will oversee the Universal project.

Dana Strong, chief executive of Sky Group, said today of the UK tax break and business rates changes: “We are pleased that the Chancellor has today launched the word 'cut' on TV and film studio business rates, providing vital tax relief to enable the UK's world-class business rates sector. Film and TV production continues to thrive. Today's announcement brings confidence to the sector, opening up business opportunities while providing a stable foundation for tomorrow's investments in the UK, such as our proposal for Sky Studios Elstree North and NBCUniversal Filming. Jurassic 4“.