The entire cast and crew of "Jurassic World 2" have finally completed filming the upcoming sequel. Hence, some of the characters have to say goodbye to their other cast mates this time. In line with this, Bryce Dallas Howard was seen sharing a tight hug to Chris Pratt as the filming became a complete wrap. She further shared that she cried upon saying goodbye to the production staff and other cast members of the movie

Dallas Howard, the "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" star and her leading man shared their sweetest farewell in Hawaii. As a report from Entertainment Tonight, the upcoming sequel has concluded filming on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, the 36-year old actress just shared a photo of her together with Pratt as she wrote a caption, "Day #60 and that's a wrap!"

Goodbye Hawaii

Dallas Howard and other cast members of the upcoming sequel have bid goodbye to their shooting location, Hawaii. In a recent post of Dallas Howard, she shared how she cried and became emotional as the film's production has been finally completed. On the other hand, Pratt also shared a photo snapped on his Instagram account.

The actor also thanked the aloha shirts which he got from Hawaii. As his post continued, Pratt added that his stay in Hawaii was such a blast. Without a doubt, the entire production and cast members have created the best camaraderie during their work.

Meanwhile, fans are also looking forward as the "Jurassic World 2" will finally air on June 22, 2018.

Fifth installment

The "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" has been the fifth installment of this highly anticipated movie sequel. As the film recently finishes production, most of its viewers simply couldn't wait for the upcoming sequel to be released on the big screen.

Both Dallas Howard and Pratt have shared their emotions online through sharing different photos that they captured from Hawaii.

Meanwhile, the Hollywood actress was also not the only one who went emotional as she bids farewell from Hawaii. Juan Antonio Bayona, the film director, has also shared his own post on Twitter through a gif image.

Bayona shared that they finally completed the entire film and has considered the entire production an awesome journey to all of them. He has also thanked everyone who has been part of the upcoming sequel and for making "Jurassic World 2" possible.

To recall, Bayona has took over the director's chair from Colin Trevorrow who also directed the first sequel of the "Jurassic World" franchise.