Jurassic World sequel wraps filming
Dinosaur sequel Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom has wrapped principal photography with a location shoot in Hawaii.
The film will be the fifth in the Jurassic Park dinosaur franchise and a direct sequel to Jurassic World, which was a huge international hit in 2015.
Fallen Kingdom filmed studio scenes at Pinewood Studios near London, before switching to Hawaii for location work.
Hawaii is the most popular US location for jungle and tropical settings, and offers producers a base 20% tax credit.
All five movies in the Jurassic Park franchise have shot scenes in Hawaii, dating back to the early 1990s.
Pinewood Studios in the UK is one of the world’s top production facilities and the UK sees higher production expenditure from American films than anywhere else in the world.
Filmmaker JA Bayona directs Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, taking over from Colin Trevorrow, who retains credits as an executive producer and co-writer.
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