KEY POINTS

  • Production of "Jurassic World 3" has begun
  • Signs have been put up in Vancouver in British Colombia
  • Drones are being used to capture footage

Production of “Jurassic World 3” has reportedly begun near Vancouver in British Columbia. Pictures from the production set have surfaced online that confirm that the cameras have started to roll, but none of the cast members have been spotted in costume yet.

Rumors about the upcoming dinosaur film starting production were reported by CTV News. Signs posted at Cathedral Grove in Vancouver Island suggest that the production of Colin Trevorrow’s flick has started.

The signs were posted under the name of Gramercy Films Productions, which is the name of the production company being used by the upcoming film. The signs suggest that some of the trails of the park will be closed for a few minutes when a drone will be used to film the locations.

Pictures from the production set have surfaced online that confirm that the filming process has started, Jurassic Outpost reported. Some of the fans have reportedly seen the drone flying around the set, capturing footage. However, none of the cast members have been spotted yet.

Apart from the returning cast, there will be a few additions in “Jurassic World 3.” Actress Dichen Lachman, who has been a part of shows like “Altered Carbon,” “Animal Kingdom,” and “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” Deadline reported. Details about the character she is playing is currently being kept under wraps.

Another actor who has joined the film is Scott Haze, Deadline reported. He is known for his role in “Venom” and “Midnight Special.” Details about his character in the dinosaur flick are yet to be revealed.

Preproduction work has been ongoing for the past few months. Trevorrow has been sharing updates with the fans online.

“Jurassic World 3” is set to be released on June 11, 2021. The producers haven’t revealed the plot of the movie yet. More details may be revealed after the filming wraps.