Jurassic World is open for business in the new, full theatrical trailer… but it looks as though the Indomitus Rex isn’t playing nice.
After unveiling a brief tease of the all-new Jurassic World, it looks as though we finally get a closer look at the revamped dinosaur theme park. Boasting plenty of new attractions thanks to some impressive genetic modification techniques, there’s an impressive new specimen just waiting to see us.
But it doesn’t look at all friendly…
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This impressive new trailer puts the new attractions under the spotlight… and we even get a rather awesome shot of Chris Pratt as the dino whisperer – taking a group of raptors while he explains what his dangerous day job is all about.
“It’s not about control,” he says. “It’s a relationship based on respect. These animals are thinking ‘I gotta eat… I gotta hunt…’ You’ve gotta be able to relate to eat lease one of those things.”
Of course, it’s not all fun and games as Chris Pratt soon finds himself out of his depth… and going face-to-face with the park’s newest creation – the Indomitus Rex.
Genetically engineered to be bigger, badder and the most awesome attraction Jurassic World has ever had, it seems the scientists may have gone a bit too far.
Combining the DNA of a number of different species’, the formidable Indominus Rex possesses all of their strengths… and that includes ferocious strength, an unprecedented intelligence and the desire to hunt.
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But can Chris Pratt put a stop to the I-Rex before it’s too late?
There’s some impressive new footage here, and the park looks truly under siege by the time the Indomitus Rex breaks free.
Let’s just hope Chris Pratt and Team Raptor are up to the task.
Jurassic World heads to cinemas on 11 June 2015.
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