New Jurassic World Trailer Breaks Out The Big Dinos

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New Jurassic World Trailer Breaks Out The Big Dinos

Jurassic World's new trailer gives us a clearer idea of what to expect: Rise of the Planet of Dinosaurs.

There was a lot to be excited about in the last Jurassic World trailer - like a functional dinosaur-theme park, genetic experiments, and Velociraptors teaming up with Chris Pratt. But the one thing it didn't show was the new breed of dinosaur that threatens unsuspecting tourists - and it's not just enormous, it's intelligent to boot.

Guess what this trailer is about?

While still unnamed here, the video acts as an introduction to Jurassic World's new dinosaur - a genetic hybrid specifically designed to increase attendance to the park. Unfortunately, this new breed doesn't behave in a way the park's scientists predicted - it escapes its enclosure, tears out its tracking chip, and begins hunting the park's largest herbivores solely for sport. But the real threat arrives when it learns how to communicate with the other dinosaurs, organizing a mass breakout in the middle of its busy season. In short, imagine Rise of the Planet of the Apes with dinosaurs instead of apes, and you'll have a good idea what this trailer looks like.

Along the way, we also see Chris Pratt safely put himself in the path of Velociraptors, stating that humans must form relationships with dinosaurs instead of controlling them. (An interesting counter-point to John Hammond's philosophy in the original movie.) At the same time, we also get great shots of other creatures at the park, and possible hints that the dinosaurs are fighting each other to take control. I don't just mean the Velociraptors - I mean pterodactyls versus that one from the massive whale tank.

If all that interests you in any way - and by God I'd be concerned if it didn't - you can watch Jurassic World in theaters on June 12, 2015.

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So, essentially, this will probably be a movie I will enjoy immensely provided I turn off my brain beforehand to avoid thinking about how utterly ridiculous it is.

This is helpful. Now I know what frame if mind I need to be in before watching it.

Looks like Turok needs to kill the hybrid.

Seems like the trailer showed us the whole dame movie though.

Zontar:
Looks like Turok needs to kill the hybrid.

Seems like the trailer showed us the whole dame movie though.

To be fair, it's a Jurassic Park franchise movie, you can probably guess the basic gist of the plot after thirty years anyways. This just threw in a bit more "modern" and hip sci-fi with furthering the genetic modification angle that was sorta just glossed over the first movie..

Seems she's one clever girl.

(Yes. I do have the feeling, they took that line and made it a full movie)

Fanghawk:

If all that interests you in any way - and by God I'd be concerned if it didn't - you can watch Jurassic World in theaters on June 12, 2015.

Well you'd better prepare yourself for concernation, because...

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Gahhh I can't pretend anymore! I just can't! It's channelling through all my childhood joys, the crafty buggers. I want it all. Right now! Oh I do not deserve such dinormous entertainment. Maybe a month in the torture chamber will remove enough guilt to be able to gourge upon this extravagent feast.

Ok, a little niggle. The CGI is not as convincing as robosaurs.

Nothing even a moronic half-dead human military force or a semi-decent park security force cant completely and UTTERLY destroy. Without problems. In hours. Maybe without even a single loss.

Just animals. Nothing more...

No one idiot would use such incredible genetical tech on simple animals.

The movie simply breaks my suspension of disbelief. Simple as.

K.ur:
Seems she's one clever girl.

(Yes. I do have the feeling, they took that line and made it a full movie)

Well, if this is what they came up with, I think they did a good job. This movie looks like it's going the be the perfect summer movie. I'm on board.

Now THIS is a trailer I can get behind.

I'm officially on board the Hype Express and it's not slowing down! :D

Charcharo:
Nothing even a moronic half-dead human military force or a semi-decent park security force cant completely and UTTERLY destroy. Without problems. In hours. Maybe without even a single loss.

Just animals. Nothing more...

No one idiot would use such incredible genetical tech on simple animals.

The movie simply breaks my suspension of disbelief. Simple as.

A genetically engineered dinosaur is what breaks your suspension of disbelief in a series about cloning dinosaurs and having them run wild eating people? Really?

Vivi22:

Charcharo:
Nothing even a moronic half-dead human military force or a semi-decent park security force cant completely and UTTERLY destroy. Without problems. In hours. Maybe without even a single loss.

Just animals. Nothing more...

No one idiot would use such incredible genetical tech on simple animals.

The movie simply breaks my suspension of disbelief. Simple as.

A genetically engineered dinosaur is what breaks your suspension of disbelief in a series about cloning dinosaurs and having them run wild eating people? Really?

1.Using such technology on a dinosaur.
2. "dinosaurs and having them run wild eating people" - Second thing that breaks it...

Looks even more brain-dead than the previous trailer.

I don't know. Each new trailer of this movie pours more lame sauce on my heaping mound of Narm mashed potatoes. If it doesn't retcon JP 3's intelligent raptors out of canon, the suits making a new park (with independent 2 patron, plastic bubble safari vehicles and genetically engineered intelligent super predators) are total idiots. If they only follow the first two, or even just the original, my suspension of disbelief is still utterly destroyed by the super dino's reason for existing. [1] If 3 wasn't where this franchise jumped the shark, this one will likely have a ski ramp set up for Chris Pratt and his raptor squad.

The only way I'd pay $12 to see this is if I hear that Samus Aran drops out of the sky in the middle of the 2nd act and says this to Pratt: "Need some help? I've dealt with plenty out of control genetic monstrosities before."

[1] At least the smart shark movie, with Samuel L. Jackson, had the excuse of using the dangerous specimens for medical reasons, not entertainment.

Tahaneira:
So, essentially, this will probably be a movie I will enjoy immensely provided I turn off my brain beforehand to avoid thinking about how utterly ridiculous it is.

That's exactly what it looks like.

All I can hear in my head whenever Jurassic World comes up is the scientist from Timesplitters 3.
You want crazy? I'LL GIVE YOU CRAZY Woopwoopwoopwoop!

I'm quite pleased they're going down that route instead of sticking with the more serious tone of the original, that movie's already been made and I can't see a sequel ever improving on it, so why not just go balls to the wall instead? Worked for Aliens after all.

Tahaneira:
So, essentially, this will probably be a movie I will enjoy immensely provided I turn off my brain beforehand to avoid thinking about how utterly ridiculous it is.

I'm pretty sure that's a safe bet considering we're talking about a movie where a guy has been accepted by a pack of raptors and hunts with them by riding a motorcycle.

Hairless Mammoth:
If it doesn't retcon JP 3's intelligent raptors out of canon, the suits making a new park (with independent 2 patron, plastic bubble safari vehicles and genetically engineered intelligent super predators) are total idiots.

I could very easily be wrong, but I thought I heard somewhere when this was first getting announced that it was going to be a reboot/reimagining of the series.

Is that a raptor killing a human at around the 2 minute mark? Might be Chris Pratt and the merry band of raptors finishes up kind of quick and they go back to what we think of when we think of raptors.

The music that started at 0:26 had me thinking they were going with some kind of Hans Zimmer style Chicken Dance.

Overall, I found this to be fairly lame and I'm not sure I like the direction this movie is going in. Maybe it'll surprise me though.

Why does every trailer now have the same the music?

Michael Bay, what are you doing in my Jurassic Park movie?

Seriously, all that military hardware and weaponry, good lord. This trailer actually sort of turned me off a little, sadly.

> Genetically engineered dinosaur goes on a rampage in a theme park filled with dinosaurs.
- Ridiculous! Absurd! I can't suspend my disbelief! This is stupid and impossible! I don't want to see it!

> Random collection of people with super powers and skin-tight clothing fights monsters from space.
- Awesome! Cool! This is so amazing! I can't wait to see it!

I really don't get this fucking community sometimes.

Regardless, this movie looks absurdly fun. I'm anxious to see it, even if most of it's premise is dumb.

At worst, it'll be a nostalgia trip. At best, it'll be fun ride. So I'm golden either way.

Here's a nice slice of Logic Pie;

They knew beforehand just how bad things can be when the grand plans fail. Why don't they have their own drone fleet equipped with high explosive missiles? Sure the new super dino might be intelligent, but how does it know about the tracking chip, how does it know what a tracking chip is? Did it overhear the people installing it, if so, how does it understand English?

Suspension of disbelief is one thing, but you have to make it at least somewhat believable.

RJ 17:

Hairless Mammoth:
If it doesn't retcon JP 3's intelligent raptors out of canon, the suits making a new park (with independent 2 patron, plastic bubble safari vehicles and genetically engineered intelligent super predators) are total idiots.

I could very easily be wrong, but I thought I heard somewhere when this was first getting announced that it was going to be a reboot/reimagining of the series.

I wasn't too sure, either, but just checked IMDB. Their synopsis on Jurassic World says it takes place 22 years after the events of the 1993 movie. It would have been better if they just did a full reboot. At least the "executives wanting a genetically engineered multi-ton killbeast" could be justified by the world having never known what happens when giant lizards break out of the zoo. Put in the past of the original movie, and suddenly it looks like a lot people in this film will be holding the idiot ball. Hopefully, it won't take itself too seriously.

(Everyone here is free to enjoy what they wish. I will still wait for reviews and the movies, whether they have the Avengers, Bat-fleck, or super dinos, to hit rental/DVD stores.)

so... did they genetically engineer these creatures to be bullet proof?

If yes, why send out guys with assault rifles that ain't gonna do shit?

If no, how is this situation not resolved with a small set of Apache gun-ships?

This is looking to be a lot like Scooby-Doo, only replace "Dog" with Raptor.

Vigormortis:
> Genetically engineered dinosaur goes on a rampage in a theme park filled with dinosaurs.
- Ridiculous! Absurd! I can't suspend my disbelief! This is stupid and impossible! I don't want to see it!

> Random collection of people with super powers and skin-tight clothing fights monsters from space.
- Awesome! Cool! This is so amazing! I can't wait to see it!

I really don't get this fucking community sometimes.

Regardless, this movie looks absurdly fun. I'm anxious to see it, even if most of it's premise is dumb.

At worst, it'll be a nostalgia trip. At best, it'll be fun ride. So I'm golden either way.

You and me both, I don't understand the unbelievably stupid amount of hype The Avengers gets, yet Terminator and Jurassic Park are now the ridiculous ones?

Eh, fuck em. I'll be looking forward to this. We're basically getting Turok meets Theme Park Simulator the movie.

Hairless Mammoth:

RJ 17:

Hairless Mammoth:
If it doesn't retcon JP 3's intelligent raptors out of canon, the suits making a new park (with independent 2 patron, plastic bubble safari vehicles and genetically engineered intelligent super predators) are total idiots.

I could very easily be wrong, but I thought I heard somewhere when this was first getting announced that it was going to be a reboot/reimagining of the series.

I wasn't too sure, either, but just checked IMDB. Their synopsis on Jurassic World says it takes place 22 years after the events of the 1993 movie. It would have been better if they just did a full reboot. At least the "executives wanting a genetically engineered multi-ton killbeast" could be justified by the world having never known what happens when giant lizards break out of the zoo. Put in the past of the original movie, and suddenly it looks like a lot people in this film will be holding the idiot ball. Hopefully, it won't take itself too seriously.

(Everyone here is free to enjoy what they wish. I will still wait for reviews and the movies, whether they have the Avengers, Bat-fleck, or super dinos, to hit rental/DVD stores.)

its like that part in firefly at the end people will end up trying the same shit over and over unless someone stops them from being able to. IGIN is still around they had all the data of course theyre going to rebuild the park and try and make that money back learning from their mistakes but making new ones. also good to note that the park in this movie has been operating without incident for like 5 years when this takes place, that's better then most zoos btw.

Ha... I didn't need need to see this trailer to make me watch this movie... I was going to, anyway...

Other than that, so much dino-irony... I love it...

Hairless Mammoth:
I don't know. Each new trailer of this movie pours more lame sauce on my heaping mound of Narm mashed potatoes. If it doesn't retcon JP 3's intelligent raptors out of canon, the suits making a new park (with independent 2 patron, plastic bubble safari vehicles and genetically engineered intelligent super predators) are total idiots. If they only follow the first two, or even just the original, my suspension of disbelief is still utterly destroyed by the super dino's reason for existing. [1] If 3 wasn't where this franchise jumped the shark, this one will likely have a ski ramp set up for Chris Pratt and his raptor squad.

The only way I'd pay $12 to see this is if I hear that Samus Aran drops out of the sky in the middle of the 2nd act and says this to Pratt: "Need some help? I've dealt with plenty out of control genetic monstrosities before."

Sorry to break it to you but entertainment is how you make the most money.

This Forbes list

(http://www.forbes.com/global2000/list/#page:1_sort:4_direction:desc_search:_filter:All%20industries_filter:All%20countries_filter:All%20states)

By profit shows Apple which is basically an entertainment/toy company as the 5th most profitable after 4 mostly government owned companies (2 US mortgage, 1 Chinese bank and 1 Russian gas company)

Also just because the film shows the super genetics research on dinosaurs doesn't mean it isn't also used in other areas that aren't relevant to the film look at rocketry once military only then you have top gear a UK tv show launching a robin reliant on the largest civilian rocket ever. (though with the US against genetic research on people for example stem cell research is still illegal in the US right? ah just checked it's just 6 states were it's illegal)

[1] At least the smart shark movie, with Samuel L. Jackson, had the excuse of using the dangerous specimens for medical reasons, not entertainment.

I'm sometimes amazed by how much "JUST SHOW EVERYTHING, OR PEOPLE WON'T WATCH" goes into today's trailers, I remember one for Jurassic Park 3, that while a mess of a movie, it just had roars here and there, part of the beginning and glimpses of the "Bad dino" near the end. Not a wide shot of it killing stuff.

This one even shows the aquatic dino eating the flying one, couldn't they have at least left such a minor thing just for the movie? While watching it I just pictured someone going "NOOO, SHOW THE BAD DINO MOAR".

Seems a bit more action-y than the previous ones.
I hoped it would be more of a survival story again, with more high tech stuff to their disposal (this is in the future) than before (to level the odds with the "new one"). But then again action and dinosaurs can't go wrong either I guess :P

I'll be honest...that looked awesome. Completely different from the first film, and unlikely to have the same amount of depth, but still awesome.

Oh, and minor note, the point where the guards' vitals flatline as seen on the screen...bit of Aliens, anyone?

LOL
...and so, with the help of human beings and our arrogance of believing we are the dominate species of the planet, no exceptions, mother nature has been reset and we must now hide in caves until the next asteroid comes down and wipes them all out again.

Good work scientists. /sarcasm

Movie looks bad ass though.

008Zulu:
Sure the new super dino might be intelligent, but how does it know about the tracking chip, how does it know what a tracking chip is? Did it overhear the people installing it, if so, how does it understand English?

To be fair, it might not know what the tracking chip is. I know if someone implanted something in me without my consent, I'd probably want it out, whether I knew what it was or not.

As for the film itself...

Vigormortis:
> Genetically engineered dinosaur goes on a rampage in a theme park filled with dinosaurs.
- Ridiculous! Absurd! I can't suspend my disbelief! This is stupid and impossible! I don't want to see it!

> Random collection of people with super powers and skin-tight clothing fights monsters from space.
- Awesome! Cool! This is so amazing! I can't wait to see it!

I really don't get this fucking community sometimes.

Regardless, this movie looks absurdly fun. I'm anxious to see it, even if most of it's premise is dumb.

At worst, it'll be a nostalgia trip. At best, it'll be fun ride. So I'm golden either way.

...I second every bit of this.

It looks utterly stupid, it's clearly run out of ideas so they have gone with one big ass dinosaur (that can take on Trex) just so you don't get a Jurassic Park style bad ass Trex comes to the rescue moment, and then given that big ass dino uber intelligence, not the sort of believable, naturally adaptable intelligence that the Raptors showed in Jurassic Park but the it's thinking on the same level as a human kind of intelligence and of course the park is FULL of people because that delivers big screen chomp action rather than paced tension created by a band of a few survivors trying to escape, it also neatly wraps up the question of why not hit the uber intelligent dino with a cruise missile and resolve the problem in four tenths of a second, but no doubt the dino will be intelligent enough to disable all communication, or will be cleaver enough to have made it's own bomb shelter... I dunno the movie looks dumb not shut your brain off and enjoy dumb but just so dumb that you can't shut your brain off because it's constantly telling you this is a dumb movie.

I'm excited.

008Zulu:
Here's a nice slice of Logic Pie;

They knew beforehand just how bad things can be when the grand plans fail. Why don't they have their own drone fleet equipped with high explosive missiles?

They have a helicopter with a minigun. Usually that's enough.

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