Release dates are fragile things these days. With nobody having a very clear idea of what’s coming in the near future in regards to the on-going pandemic and theater closures, the movie release calendar has become incredibly fluid. Pretty much every major 2020 blockbuster since June has gone through at least one date change – and the 2021 schedule isn’t exactly stable ground either. Take, for example, Colin Trevorrow’s Jurassic World: Dominion. Having started production back in February, the original plan was to have the movie be released on the big screen next summer, but now the film has been pushed back from July 2021 to June 2020.
This news was officially announced online by basically everybody connected to the film with a social media presence – and they’ve included a cool new poster to soften the blow. You can check out the artwork, printed with a June 10, 2022 release date, below: