Universal Pictures has decided

to move

the film

Jurassic World: Dominion

to June 10, 2022. That is more than a year later than initially planned, reports

Variety

.

Postponing the blockbuster is next in a growing list of movies postponed due to the coronavirus.

Jurassic World: Dominion

was originally scheduled for the summer of 2021. The filming had to be stopped in March due to the corona pandemic.

The production of

Jurassic Park: Dominion

was one of the first to get back on track since the corona outbreak, in part due to extensive health protocols on set.

Sources report to

Variety

that the recordings of the blockbuster are currently still in progress and will take another three weeks.

The film is the sixth in the

Jurassic Park

series.

Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are starring.

They also played the leading role in the fourth and fifth parts.

Actors Laura Dern, Sam Neill and Jeff Goldblum will also be seen in

Dominion

.

The movie is being directed by Colin Trevorrow.

Jurassic Park: Dominion

isn't the first major movie Universal is putting off due to the coronavirus.

The studio previously did this with

F9: The Fast Saga

from the Fast & Furious series.

The last days it was also announced that other major films are being moved to a later date for the time being.

For example,

Dune

,

James Bond: No Time To Die

and

The Batman have been

postponed.

The release date of

Matrix 4

has just been brought forward.