Jurassic World 3: Sam Neill talked about joining the shoot

After the coronavirus, Jurassic World 3 started shooting his movie again. As a result of this, Sam Neill spoke about his incorporation to the tape and the filming.

Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum are about to join the filming of Jurassic World 3, A film that has recently been launched again after the break caused by the coronavirus. This third installment is the first blockbuster to resume its activity in the United Kingdom, and it does so with strict measures ranging from the presence of doctors, nurses and isolation booths in the studio, to the installation of 150 hand sanitizers, in addition to more 1,800 safety signs throughout Pinewood.

In the face of so much change, Sam Neill, actor who played Dr. Grant in Jurassic Park, has joked that he has told Dern to show up with "homework" well prepared. Neill adds that he has asked this interpreter to study carefully all the security protocols established by the aforementioned film studio before COVID-19, so that he and Goldblum can "copy" themselves. In addition, this actor has conveyed his enthusiasm for reprising his role in Jurassic World 3, stating that the film directed by Colin Trevorrow is going to be "a huge movie!" and it will have a stimulating story.

Paving the way

Sam Neill has also wanted to react to the responsibility of this production for being the first to be launched thanks to the new protocols required by the pandemic, commenting that they will be "breaking new ground". "We are the first great film to go back into production and it is going to be very interesting to see the process," says this actor who "should be in the UK in a couple of weeks, in Pinewood working under very strict protocols."

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