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As Jurassic World 2 has moved forward in production, more and more details have come out about the movie. It was just a few days ago that we learned the new movie would roll with the title Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, and the movie is getting way closer to being finished too. This weekend, Fallen Kingdom director J.A. Bayona announced that production on the film has finally ended, and he did so with a perfect gif of Chris Pratt dancing around in his costume.

While the gif is enough to distract you for at least five amazing seconds, it also came with a sweet note from J.A. Bayona, who thanked everyone who worked on the film or allowed it to move forward as seamlessly as possible. It's always a little bit difficult to be the director taking over after a successful first outing, but we're hopeful that Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, with its reintroduction of Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) and more, will be as exciting for fans as the first flick in the reboot. The above tweet also came a short time after J.A. Bayona revealed at least one scene from Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom was filmed in the same location as From Here To Eternity.

Speaking of the first movie, Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow, also celebrated production wrapping by posting a fun photo of J.A. Bayone with his head between some dinosaur teeth.

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Bayona and other people involved with the movie have been good about sharing set photos since the first day of production way back in January. Now the flick will head into post-production, to be ready for its June 22, 2018 release date. It'll likely be a little while before we get any real footage from the movie, but one thing should be for certain: don't expect Bryce Dallas Howard to be chased by any large dinosaurs in heels this time around.

While we wait for the first trailer from the upcoming flick, we do know a few things about Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. To check out who we know will be back for the upcoming film, head here. And to find out what movies are coming up before 2018, take a look at our full movies premiere schedule.

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