According to Pacific Business News, Jurassic Park IV, Gareth Edwards' Godzilla, Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean 5 and director Cameron Crowe's latest project Deep Tiki are all headed to the islands of Hawaii for production.

Godzilla will spend a month filming in Oahu and another month in Kauai, while Pirates of the Caribbean 5 is only rumored to shoot in Hawaii since production on the last film took place on the islands. Jurassic Park IV plans to shoot its island scenes in Kauai.

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Cameron Crowe's Deep Tiki stars Emma Stone and Bradley Cooper. The project is slated to be released next year.

Nothing has been confirmed, but the Hawaiian islands have been a hotspot for recent production and it would make sense that those locations would be utilized for these films.