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There are three distinct variations of Velociraptor which were cloned by InGen, not counting sexual dimorphism seen within each individual version. However, despite the surface level variations, each sub-species remains relatively similiar in terms of physical attributes. Each species is roughly 6 feet tall…

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Jurassic World 2 has wrapped shooting in London!

It’s official: cameras have stopped rolling in London for Jurassic World 2 (or will stop very soon). Tonight the cast and crew congregated at the Natural History Museum in London to celebrate this event with the official wrap party! While the movie itself still has a little over a month left to film in Hawaii, this marks a very important milestone in the production.

Cameras first rolled on the upcoming Jurassic World sequel February 23rd, 2017 – can you believe it’s been 93 days already? The production has filmed quite steadily for those 93 days, though it appears to have typically taken the weekends off. We know Bryce Dallas Howard filmed for 40 days of that shoot, while Daniella Pineda filmed for 59 days – could she be the new lead?

So this just happened!! Met Chris Pratt, just hanging out. #wrapparty #nightwiththestars #chrispratt #justdoingmyjob

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Filming is expected to start in Hawaii around June 5th, and wrap July 15th – so hold on to your butts, we’re on the final stretch! Until then, we can stare at the logo from the wrap party above, and hope to god ‘Jurassic World 2’ isn’t the final title. Our bet is they will go less in the direction of Jurassic Park 3, and more in the direction of The Lost World when naming the highly anticipated sequel.

Stay tuned – more news and official images are sure to drop in the future! Until then, sound off in the comments below and let us know what you think!


11 thoughts on “Jurassic World 2 has wrapped shooting in London!

  1. I’m hoping for a better title, too, but I’d be lying if I said that seeing ANY incarnation of a title “officially” projected on a screen didn’t get me a wee bit excited.

    I think we’re just so deprived of actual production news that anything will get me excited at this point. Although I’ve always gotten the vague impression that you guys are privy to more info than you’re letting on, and are withholding either for legal reasons or to ‘spread out’ the big-ticket news items.


  2. At the dawn of sci-fi “…it was in the bleak December, and each separate dying ember wrought its ghost upon the floor.” E.A. Poe

    At the height of sci-fi “She was screaming, she said it was so painful.”

    “Probably it was,” Guitierrez said. “Reptile saliva contains serotonin, which causes tremendous pain.” He turned to Cruz. “Her blood pressure came down with antihistamines?”

    – Michael Crichton

    Film grew up in the age of sci-fi, born of scientific discovery. Science Fiction filmmaking is ‘Mary Shelley writing Frankenstein’, in its DNA. It is Edgar Allen Poe writing stories to inspire Jules Verne, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Michael Crichton . just as Shelley wanted us to consider where and how corporeal life was an abomination, so too Crichton’s Jurassic Park explores where human beings are attempting to animate life. “I think when you see Jurassic Park again, the first one, and you see that scene with the T-Rex and the kids in the car – it’s very dark; it’s very scary. I think it’s more in that vein. We’re going to go back there.”, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, . “I think when you see Jurassic Park again, the first one, and you see that scene with the T-Rex and the kids in the car – it’s very dark; it’s very scary. I think it’s more in that vein. We’re going to go back there.” JA Bayona

  3. Interesting, I wasn’t aware Danielle had filmed more days than Bryce. I wouldn’t mind if Bryce and Danielle become co-leads next to Chris for the rest of the trilogy. Hell, I wouldn’t mind if the remaining films focus on an ensemble and become less Claire/Owen centric. They have a lot of solid cast members and shouldn’t be so quick to get rid of them.

  4. Please tell me they aren’t seriously titling the fifth film in the series with a 2. So now I suppose this begs the question. When they finish this completely separate Jurassic World spin off, when are they going to start work on a fourth Jurassic Park film?

    1. Jurassic World isn’t a spin-off to Jurassic Park, it is a direct sequel. Jurassic World = Jurassic Park 4; Jurassic World 2 = Jurassic Park 5.

  5. BTW why are the guys running this site hoping they don’t title it Jurassic World 2? The entire media and this site especially have been calling it Jurassic World 2 since day 1. Now everyone calls it that and no one views Jurassic World as a fourth installment to the Jurassic Park series. Why say now you don’t want this title when every website and article, including this one, have been labeling it as JW2.

    1. “no one views Jurassic World as a fourth installment to the Jurassic Park series.”

      Really, Aaron? “No one”? Sorry, but I highly doubt that.

  6. im so scared that might be the tittle. they should officially reveal the final tittle. we knew the tittle of Jurassic World when it was still in pre-production

    1. This.

      I fully understand the change from JP to JW. Yes, JW is still JP, just a second trilogy. It made perfect sense to rename the franchise for the 2015 film. The park was rebooted, remodeled, re-started, finally open. In the real world, it would be perfectly acceptable to change the park name from Park to World. In the film canon, the whole world knew about the constant fiascos regarding Jurassic Park (the park, not the film). Investors, Masrani, Ingen and whoever else was betting their money on the park would certainly be keen on changing the park name to try and disassociate the public relationship to the tragedies involving the deceased-before-premiering Jurassic Park. Naming the fourth film simply Jurassic Park IV wouldn’t reflect that. Especially because the marketing campaign for the film intended to immerse the real world in the idea of a factual, existing park (come on, the website with the “live-feeding” cameras, the working hours, the number of visitors at the park each day, the news about Masrani coming to visit the island days prior to the film release…). At least to me it’s clear that the fourth installment in the franchise doesn’t have to bear the number IV in its title in order to be the fourth one in line. Quite the contrary: it would be even empty and unimaginative.

      And that’s exactly why, please, they shouldn’t spoil all that effort by naming the next installment Jurassic World II. However, I highly doubt they’d do that at this point.

  7. I had a very exciting experience filming in New Orleans as one of the park visitors in Jurassic World. Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and Colin Trevorrow were terrific to work with. I would have given anything to have been a part of this new movie too. (I’m standing behind Bryce in the Samsung Welcome Center wearing a dark hat in JW)….Ken

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