'Jurassic World 2': Ending reportedly changed, Bryce Dallas Howard teases filming with dinosaurs, shares new picture from set

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A still from the movie "Jurassic World." Jurassic World/ Facebook

The ending of the “Jurassic World 2” has reportedly been changed. The script was originally written by Colin Trevorrow, but there have been rewrites apparently. Meanwhile, Bryce Dallas Howard shared a new picture from the production set and teased filming scenes with dinosaurs.

The cast members aren’t allowed to share spoilers for the movie, including pictures of dinosaurs and other set pieces. Howard (Claire Dearing) shared a picture of trees from the set. In her post she said some of her “co-stars” are so tall she has to really look up, which is an obvious reference to dinosaurs.

The dinosaurs are usually added during the post production phase using CGI. For filming scenes that involve digital creatures, the cast is given markers on set that serve as a point they need to imagine the dinosaurs. Howard may have done some filming using this technique recently.

Another picture of the actress surfaced on Twitter showing her reading the script of the film. According to a report by Jurassic Outpost, the picture reveals that the ending has been changed.

In a previous interview, cinematographer John Schwartzman confirmed that the script they have for the film is all white. He explained that changes will result in a change in colour of the relevant pages. The first change will mean yellow pages then blue, and later, pink.

The script that Howard is holding has a few blue pages in the middle, but what is interesting is the fact that most of the last pages are yellow. That means most of the ending of the film has been changed.

The report notes that rewrites of “Jurassic World 2” are nothing to be overly concerned about, since its is a normal practice in the industry. Major big budget films also go for reshoots sometimes, which is done in order to fine tune the film.

 

 

Credit: Bryce Dallas Howard/ Twitter

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