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Here's Where 'Jurassic World 2' is Going to Film

Seemingly the entire planet has been waiting for the sequel to 2015’s wildly popular movie, Jurassic World ever since we watched Bryce Dallas Howard coax the T-Rex out of her habitat to battle the great Indominus Rex. Jurassic World 2 is ramping up production and we now know where the feature film is going to film next. According to Bryce Dallas Howard, she and co-star Chris Pratt will both be returning to their roles for the second movie, tentatively called Jurassic World 2.  Howard told Entertainment Tonight, “I’m getting ready to go to [film> Jurassic [World 2]. I’m leaving really soon. It’s awesome. Now we’re in the flow of things where everyone is talking every day and we’re gonna go put on a show." The latest installment in the storied Jurassic Park franchise earned $1.67 billion worldwide and was the second highest grossing film in 2015 domestically (only behind The Force Awakens), so it was pretty much a given that a sequel was on its way. Jurassic World 2's director J.A. Bayona confirmed that the movie will film in Brecon Beacons, Wales will be one of the filming locations for the movie. It was rumored that it was going to take place elsewhere, but now we know for sure. Other rumored filming locations include London and the United Kingdom’s Pinewood Studios. While the director did not provide precise details about the additional filming locations or the shooting schedule, he has been teasing fans of the franchise on social media. Bayona recently shared an image of some hard hats bearing the Jurassic World emblem with a caption that reads, “Ready to begin the journey.” The movie is expected to hit theaters in June 2018, so we can assume that shooting will begin shortly. We do not have any details on the movie's script or plot of the movie. Regardless of what happens, people around the world will flock to theaters to check it out. What do you think? Discuss this story with fellow Project Casting fans on Facebook. On Twitter, follow us at @projectcasting.