Howard tweeted photos that show off bruises on her arms and legs, which, she hints, came from stunts during filming of the film.
She wrote: “Raise your hands if you’re happy to be doing stunts again!!”
The bruises came in response to Chris Pratt tweeting that Howard should show off the bruises from production.
Earlier on Thursday, Howard tweeted a photo of her and Chris Pratt laughing on set, which was another indication that production has begun.
“These past couple of weeks my abs have been sore from laughing so much — it’s good to be back at work with this funny guy,” she tweeted.
Earlier in July, Pratt revealed which fan would have a chance to be eaten by a dinosaur in the film after a worldwide contest, as I wrote about Deseret.com. The contest was a part of the #AllInChallenge, for which celebrities offered giveaways, meetings and greetings for donating to help those suffering from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pratt told a fan named Terry that he would join the flick and have the unfortunate role of getting eaten by a dinosaur in the film.
Pratt said: “It’s been an honor to be part of the #AllInChallenge which has raised over $59 MILLION to help feed the hungry during this global crisis! Congrats Terry!! The world can’t wait to see you get eaten by a dinosaur!”