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

“Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” is in its last week of filming, producer Frank Marshall announced. The cast and crew are currently working in Hawaii, and they will soon get to enjoy the wrap party. The film will then move into post-production, where editing is done and dialogue is added in the studio.

In the announcement on Twitter, Marshall thanked the crew in Hawaii and London for their hard work. Filming in the UK wrapped a long time ago, and the production later shifted base.

Director J. A. Bayona, writer/producer Colin Trevorrow and cast member Bryce Dallas Howard (Claire Dearing) have been teasing details of the film and giving production updates to fans via social media. The actress’ most recent picture shows some of the challenges they have faced while filming.

Some of the fans managed to take pictures and videos on the set. Although nothing substantial about the plot has been leaked, the images give a glimpse of what the cast and crew are working on.

A more recent video from the set on Twitter shows filming of a scene at He'eia Boat Harbor in Kaneohe. There is a lot of smoke, which suggests that they were filming an action sequence that day. Another video filmed at the same location shows the crew members hard at work.

With the filming close to completion, the next big question is about the first trailer. The San Diego Comic Con is just around the corner, but since the director won’t have enough time to put together anything substantial for the event, there may not be a full trailer unveiled. However, the team may have enough time to put together a short teaser of “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” which can get fans excited about the film and kickstart the marketing.

Credit: Frank Marshall/ Twitter

Credit: Bryce Dallas Howard/ Twitter