'Jurassic World 2' is set to begin filming next year.

The popular action film will begin shooting the re-boot of Colin Trevorrow's 2015 original movie, which will be directed by Juan Antonio Bayona, in Hawaii in February next year, according to the Jurassic Outpost website.

However, the production is expected to jet back to London to film the main part of the movie at Pinewood studios.

Meanwhile, producer Frank Marshall has admitted it was a ''challenge'' working on the motion picture because the team, including Trevorrow and Derek Connolly - who are writing the script - have set the expectations for the movie very high for themselves.

Speaking about the forthcoming adventure, he said: ''We set the bar pretty high. For me, it's always about story. As long as the action sequences move the story forward, that's what's important.

''I think we're just having to look and see how we can involve the characters in the story with whatever dinosaurs we have in the action sequences. It's a challenge, but it's a healthy challenge.''

However, Trevorrow has admitted there will be more to 'Jurassic World 2' than just watching reptiles chase and devour humans.

He explained: ''[It will not be] just a bunch of dinosaurs chasing people on an island, that'll get old real fast. [...] What if there are 15 different entities around the world who can make a dinosaur?''

'Jurassic World 2' is scheduled to be released in June 2018.