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Must Watch: Park Opens Early in First Official 'Jurassic World' Trailer

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November 25, 2014
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Jurassic World

"Remember, if something chases you, run." Arriving ahead of schedule, the official first trailer for Jurassic World has arrived, and the park is most definitely open. Not only does the trailer introduce to just how expansive and immersive the theme park of Jurassic World actually is, but it introduces us into their new project: a genetically modified hybrid. Chris Pratt doesn't seem all too happy with Bryce Dallas Howard's endeavor, especially when their creation escapes. There's some awesome stuff here, including seemingly trained velociraptors and barely a hint of what this new terrifying dinosaur looks like. Watch it!

Here's the first trailer for Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World from Universal Pictures:

Jurassic World is directed by Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed), who rewrote the script with Derek Connolly from an earlier draft by Rick Jaffa & Amanda Silver (Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes). No plot details are available yet, but the film has been said to feature a new operational dinosaur theme park, just as John Hammond imagined over 20 years ago. The cast includes Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Nick Robinson, Jake Johnson, Ty Simpkins, Vincent D'Onofrio, Irrfan Khan and B.D. Wong, reprising his original role from Jurassic Park. Universal Pictures releases the film June 12th, 2015.

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  • Al Apone
    Pratt going after the genetic dinosaur with the raptor pack by his side at the end of the trailer.
    • Al Apone
      I mean its kinda cool, but kinda bat shit crazy. I imagine it comes towards the end of the movie and he's trained them to do tricks and its his last resort in hunting down that genetic mofo.
    • Jon Odishaw
      Just going out on a limb here. but rapters are pretty smart. it isnt out of realm of possibility to train and team up with them. I mean shit we train lions and tigers. Youre not feeling it? thats coo, its farfetched, but im excited as fuck.
      • Al Apone
        Im just used to them being stone cold hunter-killers, similar/superior to sharks. I guess if he's trained them since birth and accept him into the pack it could be kinda cool. I just loved the mythical part to them and this kinda humanises/makes them loveable rogues.
        • Jon Odishaw
          Yes good point, but you see where sharks are on the totem pole in this movie. literally shark bait. Life will find a way, evolve or die. The third movie already humanized them, not saying thats a good thing but it already happened.
      • TheOct8pus
        He should have trained them to shoot guns too....they can open doors after all.
        • Jon Odishaw
          My dog can open doors...
          • TheOct8pus
            You should teach him to shoot a gun.
          • Al Apone
            Im sitting here laughing, imagining him training his golden retriever to fire an uzi, but it ends badly, like that guy who tried to train that kid at the Bullets and Burgers place in the U.S.
        • Rock n Rollllll
          I think they should throw zombies in there too. Dinosaurs Vs Zombies. That would make this interesting.
          • JBrotsis
            You guys ever see/read that article FirstShowing posted a long time ago after "Cowboys VS Aliens" came out? Studios considered doing..."Dinos VS Aliens"
          • TheOct8pus
            Maybe zombie dinosaurs?
      • Rock n Rollllll
        I begin to wonder how within the past hundred years give or take, our scientists were able to establish that a species (like a raptor) 60 million years ago is labeled as a "smart" creature.
        • JBrotsis
          By examining the skull of the raptor and seeing how large it's brain was (compared to other dinos, which is usually walnut size). Realistically, and not for the sake of the movie, raptors may have been intelligent for the dinosaur era, but may not be as smart as animals today. That second is a guess.
    • Armitall
      I would expect something like this from disney. Kinda feels cartoony, hope I am wrong.
  • The shark eating scene had me squealing like a girl, just gonna say that now. Now that's a Shamu show I'd check out.
  • Ben Moore
    I just lost my fucking mind.
  • This looks so predictable. Did they cgi Pratt's stone serious face as well? 1993 cgi still looks better from the bits shown here. That def blows my mind...
    • Jon Odishaw
      He feels like a combination of Goldblum "probably not a good idea" and Vince Vaugns character. Two people you don't typically take seriously but it worked.
      • Rock n Rollllll
        That vest kinda makes him look like Aladdin.
    • Rock n Rollllll
      Kinda have to agree with you on that. 1993's Dinosaurs felt so amazingly real. idk.........i'll definitely go watch this but wont work myself up to believe it'll blow my mind. On a positive note, Steven Spielberg is still executive producer.
  • mooreworthy
    Sorry to be that guy, but how is this different from the first, plot wise? Inmates runs the asylum while extras get eaten, and Prat saves the kids, and Dr. Hottie learns a valuable lesson at the end....Easter egg at the end.....eggs hatching or taken to another facility.
    • TheOct8pus
      The first one was called Jurassic Park....the new one is called Jurassic World.... I guess that's not really a plot difference.....yeah. It's the same plot.
    • Jon Odishaw
      Hyper intelligent super dino, the park is actually up and running, A LOT more people are going to die. just a few differences, also you don't want to stray too far from the formula. It's still a studio bloackbuster after all.
  • Armitall
    I was super pumped for this, but got quickly shut down. The hybrid thing threw me off quite a bit there. As if dinosaurs aren't dangerous in the first place, you have to play with genetics and make some kind of monster in addition just to get the plot going... Not sure.
    • Jon Odishaw
      Spinosaurus already made T rex look like a bitch, now you need something to make spiny look like a bitch.
  • TheOct8pus
    Didn't the scientists and park supervisors see the first Jurassic Park? First it's all "oohs and aahs" then it's running, and screaming...and....Jeff Goldblum trailing off
    • SkyNet300
      lol
  • Tester
    Damn, I really hope the movie is better than that trailer
  • HarryFiddleSticks
    Are they trained or are they running away from something? :O
    • They are trained dinos, they work for them, they're on the side of the park. From what I make of the plot... all the dinos in the park are good, it's the hybrid (they messed with mother nature again) that becomes bad. From there, not sure. Maybe he infects the others and gets them to be bad?
      • Chris Groves
        I don't think it is necessarily "The dinos in the park are good guys" just so much that they are trained and conditioned to not be the wild, human eating animals of the first. I have to think that the hybrid won't be the only dino in the film that kills people.
      • txJM
        That's insightful. Source?
    • JBrotsis
      Think of it like zoos today. Zookeepers are able to train highly intelligent animals such as apes, bears, big cats, elephants, marine mammals, macaws, etc. And most of which, after the animal(s) spend a long time with that keeper, they build a bond/trust with them so much to the point, some keepers are able to go into the exhibit with these animals that would otherwise kill anyone else. And I'm saying this as an actual zookeeper; I know from plenty of experience. So yea, from reading all the JW articles hence forth up to this trailer, the raptors are supposed to be trained (least by Pratt). But at the same time, especially with reptiles, instinct can overcome training, and if put in a harmful or uncomfortable situation, the raptors could turn on Pratt.
  • TheOct8pus
    Not only are the dinosaurs CGI, but the whole park (stadium, crowds, monorail etc.) is CGI too. At least the original Jurassic Park was shot on location with no CG backgrounds.
    • Jon Odishaw
      yea they should have actually built jurassic world. and then just shot on location.
      • TheOct8pus
        That's what I'm talking about. Perhaps with real dinosaurs too.
        • Jon Odishaw
          They should just turn it into a documentary.
        • Justin R
          We can clone animals, why can't we just clone dinosaurs from the fossils we've found? This is complete BS! CGI ruins everything!
  • Luke Hanna
    But john if The Pirates of the Caribbean breaks down, the pirates don't eat the tourists
  • theslayer5150
    Hopefully that kid's friend "The Mechanic" shows up to save them from this park.
  • mod
    Get an unknown director with little to no vfx experince to do a CG intense film. will probably be rated PG so count out any realistic scenes of dinos ripping people apart, and not a spot of blood will be seen.
    • Justin R
      Did you not watch the trailer? Go to 1:58, there's your spot of blood for the entire movie, bumped it up to PG-13 just for that scene.
    • Jon Odishaw
      The movies that get away with being PG/PG-13 these days would be a shoe in for being rated R or 14A for us canadians.
    • JBrotsis
      piss off dude.
    • Brian Sleider
      Umm there was a SPOT of blood in the trailer.
  • Tuomas Lassila
    Aaaw, I wanted to see how the hybrid dinosaur looks like :(
  • Franklin Carpio
    Why is everyone hating? I think it looked good. It's a movie about dinosaurs. I for one am pumped about it.
    • Tester
      Cuz we are just as entitled to our opinion as much as you are
      • Franklin Carpio
        Touche
    • Brian Sleider
      Its the internet. Dont worry all the haters will be there in the theater, then they will be here hating.
  • JBrotsis
    DDDDUUUUUUUDDDDDDEEEEE!!! That looks beyond awesome! THIS...THIS is the jurassic park I've been wanting to see for a long time; a fully functional, technological up to date park. The attractions look great, the scope of the park looks breath taking, and the dinosaurs look stunning! Once again, Pratt is gonna take the spotlight from this movie. Now I gotta say, from just the trailers, I'm hoping we see more practical effects in the movie as all we saw were CGI (unless the CGI used looks as realistic as Caesar and his apes did). Also, for that new hybrid dinosaur, I loved that growling, gurggling noise he was making in the night...so creepy. This movie is gonna be great!!
    • Jon Odishaw
      Thank you! ive heard nothing but negativity here and Im really digging your raw, childlike, excitement. Just the kind of Awe that people experienced after the first one came out.
      • Rembo
        i fully agree! love the trailer!
      • JBrotsis
        Thank you Jon! Yea people need to relax...seriously calm the F down. It's the first trailer showing the dinos that will most likely be polished by the time the movie is released...7 MONTHS from now. Why can't people get that through their heads...there's still 7 months to get it all looking good. If the movie were done now, they'd release it. And then people are complaining about the story being fore seen....I mean, HELLO, this is a JP franchise, what do you expect by now. But it's not just that...there seems to be more to it. Honestly, it looks like this movie could be going back on the roots of suspense like JP did (something dragging the guy at night, the creepy growling of the dino and not a loud, monsterous roar, and that we know the hybrid with be able to blend into its surroundings) and plus this all takes place in an operational park with new dinosaurs and new buildings/attractions. Plus we still don't know if there are "wild" dinosaurs still roaming the island from the first JP, we still don't know if Site B (Isla Sorna) is still in existence, and though they haven't shown them, we still don't know what roll the T-Rex will have in the movie (or any other returning fan fav dinos). Lastly, yea there are trained raptors...big deal! Honestly, that's awesome. People say "no no, that's not realistic"...how the F do you know? Dinos don't exist so anything is possible. Coming from a zookeeper background, we train all highly intelligent animals (chimps, gorillas, elephants, dolphins, macaws, tigers, bears) why couldn't they train raptors? Shit, I'm already thinking of a number of training methods you could use on raptors (from training large carnivores in zoos) that could work to allow the keeper (Pratt) to walk among them in safety. Sorry I ranted so long and thanks again for agreeing with me. I love this franchise and it pisses me off when people...who WILL see this movie anyway...are bashing it based off one trailer they've seen for a movie that's not fully complete.
  • kejwilson
    Spoiler Alert - The dinosaurs are actually aliens, or the park is run by aliens, the same ones Indiana Jones found...
  • Chris Groves
    This is the kind of Jurassic Park sequel I've wanted since I was a kid. One with the park actually up and running full steam. Casting Chris Pratt, in hindsight, was a genius move.
  • VoiceOfReason
    Interesting that everyone thought the raptors were trained. I thought that they were running away from the hybrid. Raptors running for their life aren't gonna be interested in killing pratt. Maybe I missed something though.
    • VoiceOfReason
      After watching it a second time, with them being released from the gates and all it does look like they are supposed to be trained. Hmmm.
  • leiner
    This doesn't look cool or awesome. It looks boring and generic. The trailer shows exactly what the formulaic script is all about: a) the park is operational b) someone warns of the dangers of messing with nature and how the system is not flawless c) havoc d) dinosaurs running rampant... Again... not awesome.
    • steve
      salty af.
      • SkyNet300
        It's gonna be great! The park is open!
    • txJM
      Hipster alert.
      • leiner
        na... not at all. Just pointing a fact.
        • txJM
          Same here.
    • ErrorSapiens
      You mean, Just like everyday geopolitical life? YEah its generic. Life is 😉
    • Jon Odishaw
      So the first one was generic?
      • leiner
        no, the first one was groundbreaking, but the same basic formula again for the fourth time... not so much
    • JBrotsis
      The trailer shows exactly what the movie is about. Isn't that point of trailers? Dumbass.
      • leiner
        you missed the whole point of my comment... but go on, enjoy the movie, I'm sure the dinosaurs will be a w e s o m e and they WILL blow your mind.
  • Lagoya
    I'm too busy celebrating Lewis Hamiltons win in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday to take his 2nd world drivers championship like a boss to care about films at the moment. It's Hammer time!!
    • JBrotsis
      yet you felt the need to comment here. sounds like grand prix (which, here, no one cares) isn't that important.
  • Zack Snyder
    The young kid looks good but the older one looks annoying as hell! Makes me want to punch his face!
    • TheOct8pus
      Zack....anger management?
      • Zack Snyder
        I mean look at his smug face!
        • TheOct8pus
          It is mighty punchable...
          • Zack Snyder
            Thanks! Now go watch Sucker Punch!
          • Jon Odishaw
            NO IT WAS BAD AND YOU SHOULD FEEL BAD
          • TheOct8pus
            Yeah. It was bad. That girl's booty wasn't enough to make the movie watchable.
          • Beef Billionaire
            I'll just take the lobotomy, thanks
          • SkyNet300
            Yeah totally. Sucker Punch was pure trash.
    • Rembo
      i think the kid is casted to be annoying, he's babysitting his little brother and when they get lost in the park the y become buddy's or something like that
  • Brian Sleider
    They key up of the off music near the end gave me goose bumps 😀
  • Brian Sleider
    I have to bitch about one thing, what ass hat thinks breeding a large predatory dino on an island with thousand of people is a good idea? Surely they could have a research facility on say the other island where they had a research facility?
    • TheOct8pus
      True. They could have bred a plant eating, harmless dinosaur.
      • steve
        Who's gonna wanna see that though? They breed the dino to attract more people because less people are going to the park
        • Brian Sleider
          Im not saying never breed mean, fast, hungry, dinos, Im saying do it on the other island where there are not customers.
          • TheOct8pus
            I think we need to scale back on the logic here....
        • TheOct8pus
          I'd go see any dinosaur regardless of what it eats...but you're right. A harmless dinosaur would kill the plot of the film.....BTW why do you look so worried?
          • Brian Sleider
            Yeh as a customer to Jurassic World I am pretty sure I would be in awe of ANY dino.
          • steve
            it's from a youtube video of mine haha, I wanted to put up a temp pic right when I made the account and I had that screenshot on my desktop and just have never gotten around to changing it
          • SkyNet300
            Oh I see
          • JBrotsis
            Actually....what could've worked for both of your cases was, if they made a herbivore dino...that ends up becoming an omnivore. The started finding dead bodies but don't think it's coming from the hybrid cause it's a plant eater later finding out, it's been the omnivorous hybrid all along.
    • ErrorSapiens
      Lol, based on all the risky research and field test done in the world each day.. I agreed at first, then I didnt 😀
  • Nielsen700
    YES!
  • steve
    All of you hating on it are gonna see it and take back what you said. Happens almost 90% of the time. You all make it seem like it looks like garbage which makes me feel like none of you have seen true pieces of cinema trash. I live for watching terrible movies, they give me the best laughs. But I think the movie looks like it'll be awesome. If you were the little kid you were when you saw the first Jurassic Park and you saw this, you'd be beyond happy. But now that you're all grown up, everyone is a critic and instead of being optimistic and looking forward to a movie, they nit pick and look for the littlest things in a trailer to hate on. You've literally seen a total of like a minute and 40 seconds with all the clips put together, of a 2 hour film and you're gonna bash it. Logical. I can't wait for it
    • Dude, take your head out of your ass. You're calling me a 'hater' for disliking this trailer? No one said "the movie sucks" already. Its what discussions are for. Some like, some love and some dislike. Personally, I didn't feel it. Yes, I could be wrong, yes hopefully I AM wrong.
      • Jon Odishaw
        well if you dont think you fall under the catagories he brought up then why are you taking personal offense to it?
    • mooreworthy
      We haven't necessarily lost our young enthusiasm and wide-eyed optimism; we adults now actually have to use our own money for movie and concession prices that could be around $50-60 now (with family), and are more savvy when it comes to just giving us the same old thing, when it was awesome and never needed a redo in the first place. Some movies are just guilty pleasures, and are good because they are so bad. This movie is not and should not be one of them. The effects of the first film still holds today, so they better bring their "A" game on this one. Seeing the dinosaurs for the first time, back then, was jaw dropping. Hard to do that now with the movies these days, with a few exceptions.
  • Nash
    I am a huge fan, but I can't help thinking that raptor scene look slightly ridiculous. Sorta reminds me of that King Kong scene where they run with al the dino's in the canyon.
    • Brian Sleider
      I think those raptors are trained.
      • Nash
        So do I. At least, that is what the story suggests...
        • txJM
          What story? You got a story from three seconds of a trailer?
          • Nash
            Believe it or not, but that question was actually on topic. The answer is no. What I know from the story I got from the synopsis on IMDB.
          • txJM
            This synopsis? "Twenty-two years after the events of Jurassic Park (1993), Isla Nublar now features a fully functioning dinosaur theme park, Jurassic World, as originally envisioned by John Hammond. After 10 years of operation and visitor rates declining, in order to fulfill a corporate mandate, a new attraction is created to re-spark visitor's interest, which backfires horribly." I see nothing that even closely indicates trained raptors...
          • Nash
            No, not that one, this one. It was actually the Wikipedia Synopsis. "Twenty-two years after the events of Jurassic Park, Isla Nublar off the Pacific coast of Central America, now features a fully functioning dinosaur theme park, Jurassic World, as originally envisioned by John Hammond. This new park is owned by the Masrani Global Corporation. Owen (Chris Pratt), a member of Jurassic World's on-site staff, conducts behavioral research on the Velociraptors. At the request of the corporation, the park's geneticists create a genetically-modified hybrid dinosaur." I presumed that if Owen does behavioral research on raptors, and he is seen simultaneously escorted by four raptors while riding a motorbike, I figured he somehow managed to train them raptors.
          • txJM
            Nice rescue-action Googlefu. That synopsis was truncated from this interview: http://www.slashfilm.com/jurassic-world-plot-details-colin-treverrow/ Here is Colin Trevorrow's own words on the matter: "Chris Pratt’s character is doing behavioral research on the raptors. They aren’t trained, they can’t do tricks. He’s just trying to figure out the limits of the relationship between these highly intelligent creatures and human beings."
    • txJM
      Did you not read The Lost World?
      • Nash
        No, I don't read anything. I watched a trailer. And that part with the raptors looks rather odd. Four raptors running alongside a high-speed motorcycle without any one of them bumping into it? It looks like a risky stunt considering the fact that Owen might need both his raptors and his motorcycle to get some job done.
        • txJM
          "That part with the raptors" is a nod to the book. So much for being "a huge fan"...
          • Nash
            Who cares about a book? Go to a library if you like books. I am a huge fan of movies. The Jurassic Park movies. I just watched a trailer. A Jurassic Park trailer. And there was a part in it. With Raptors. And it looked rather odd. I explained why. Can't make it more simple.
          • JBrotsis
            What he's saying is if you're truly a huge fan, you'd have read the books. I'm a huge fan and have read the books. They're a great read; hard to put down. You may be a huge fan of the movie franchise, but an overall huge fan of JP's entire existence, well...you are not.
          • Nash
            And...so...what? Does me not reading a book make that trailer look better? Because the trailer of the movie, that was the point, wasn't it?
          • JBrotsis
            My comment wasn't geared towards the trailer. It was geared toward the banter you two made about being a committed, devoted JP fan.
          • Nash
            Me being what kind of fan is completely irrelevant. Why debate about that?
          • JBrotsis
            Cause I can
          • Nash
            Ah, I see. I can, therefore I do. Be careful sucking needles and chewing glass.
          • txJM
            Because you brought it up. Derp.
          • Nash
            The fact that I mention it doesn't make it relevant for an on topic debate.
          • txJM
            The fact that you mentioned it in a context that was designed to support your topical statement (i.e. "I'm a huge fan, but...") makes it not only relevant, but integral.
          • Nash
            In whatever context I mention it, doesn't make it relevant to the debate. It becomes relevant as soon as it has something to do with the topic. The topic is the Jurassic World trailer. Pulling the ad hominem card is irrelevant and rude. It doesn't fit the profile of a forum member with hundreds of posts and upvotes such as yourself. Shall we end this discussion and give it a new and better start in another thread?
          • txJM
            No, I kinda like the notion that you're continuing into off-topic territory to defend your topic's context as off-topic. Keep on neckbearding.
          • txJM
            I agree with that last line. If nothing else, you have shown a penchant for being extremely simple.
          • Nash
            Know what, instead of insulting you back, I choose to stick to the topic. Don't you agree with me that the part with the raptors looks rather odd? If they are trained, why don't do keep a safe distance to the motorcycle? If one of them bumps into it, the whole scheme is over.
          • txJM
            Please, stop neckbearding and move on.
          • Nash
            So even when I ask you to stay on topic instead of insulting forum members you continue to harass people?
          • txJM
            Um, let me think. Yes.
    • Nash
      Another odd thing in this trailer. Look at the size of that water-dino compared to the size of the fence that is supposed to protect the audience. The dino could easily decide to or accidentally fall back on the fence, totally destroying it while killing close to a hundred visitors in one blow. A fence like that would never pass regulations.
      • JBrotsis
        Cause there are currently fence height regulations for dinosaurs. I don't think they'd have to worry...they're trained dinos. You don't see Shamu crashing into the aquarium tank after jumping out of the water.
        • Nash
          But even if an animal is trained it can make a mistake, get angry, loose its balance, etcetera. This fence is a complete joke compared to the seize of that dino. It would never pass todays or tomorrows regulations. And I guess no company would bring its customers in such a risky situation. Unless it's a company that breeds the most aggressive kind of genetically modified dino...
          • JBrotsis
            Again...there are no regulations "today or tomorrow" for the height of fences containing dinosaurs, lol, so stop saying that. And being worried about the dino crashing onto the poor regulated fence...as you can see in the trailer, you put the bait (shark) and do all the show's tricks far enough away from the fence so when the animal comes crashing down...it doesn't hit the fence but only the splash does. That dino isn't capable to lifting it's entire body out of the water, just half it's body...as we saw.
          • Nash
            So you think that if they manage to clone dinos, and then put them in theme parks, there won't be regulations concerning this? Why not?
        • disqusme
          Oh, yeah. And the sharks' trained to hang up-side down and both play cards after submersion!
  • Steven
    Sweet - with a trace of Godzilla music in the background unless I'm hearing things.
    • JBrotsis
      I heard it to the first time I watched it. Right after she says the whole "creation of a hybrid" and the scene looks at some cylinder of a spinal cord or something....you do hear the slight roar/godzilla music from it's trailer.
      • Steven
        Thank god - thought I had imagined it.
  • hell yeah, looks awesome!
  • Maxx
    I know it is just a trailer for an action/monster film but I seriously hope that the script delivers something more than just simple statements. Visually, it looks great though. And Chris Pratt should do well in the role.
  • Avi
    omg it's a remake!!!!!
    • Dan Hibiki
      sequel.
      • Avi
        no realy a remake....
  • Akirakorn
    SPOILER: They genetically engineered Mecha Streisand! Bar-bura, Bar-bura, kirai no hito...
    • grimjob
      Guess someone needs to wake up Sydney Poitier.
  • redskulllives
    Oh yeah Bert MacKlin on the case 😀
    • SkyNet300
      Omg I cracked up reading that!
  • Rock n Rollllll
    Just one complaint: i hate the idea of "oh we created a hybrid - blah blah blah". The hybrid card has been played too much already. Its dumb.
    • Ryan
      I was in total agreement with you until I read somewhere that the story might go something like this: It's many years after the park first opened it's doors to the public, but the visitors are dwindling and the park is hemorrhaging money. The heads of the park get together and decided that in order to bring back new clientele they will need something fresh and never seen before. So they engineer a new dinosaur (mixture of a raptor and a t-rex) to bring up sales. But it escapes and terrorizes the park.
  • Randall Miller
    GREAT!!
  • Jonathan
    Looks pretty good but do they need the syfy original plot. The early stuff of just visiting the park already looked awesome. Then it got weird.
  • JayCee
    I can't express just how excited I am for this movie... I can't... Jurassic Park is my entire childhood and life. I've been obsessed with dinosaurs, even as an adult, ever since. And to finally bring back the nostalgia with new visuals! I screech like a girl
  • Jacob Crim
    I for one can not wait. This looks like so much fun. The first film is still one of if not my favorite sci fi films. Yes its not the smartest, deepest or best. But its so much FUN. And by the looks of the trailer this might be the sequel i've waited 21 years for. Sure the CGI could look better but that will not take away from the film for me. Also everyone asking "why would they invent a new hybrid dinosaur?". The park is losing money. If you go see an Orca at a park its amazing the first time. Cool the second time. But after that shamu is just shamu. He isnt interesting anymore. But you know what would be interesting? Shamu/Megalodon hybrid. I am sure if you saw a T-Rex it would be mind blowing the first few times. But after awhile its just another Shamu.
  • mooreworthy
    Spoiler alert! The dinosaur hybrid.
    • Oriyan J. Ovadia
      That made me laugh so hard.
      • mooreworthy
        Then my day has just been made.
    • Rock n Rollllll
      Wow! That dinosaur looks like an asshole. Him and the T Rex will have a good fight.
  • VodkaSauce
    This looks HORRIBLE
  • grimjob
    If they don't find a way to work in Goldblum, I'm going to be disappointed. I would like to see what he'd have to say about the new park.
    • JBrotsis
      If they don't find a way to insert Goldblum's character into a movie that both didn't cast him and is completely done filming.....you are going to be disappointed. Why would he return to the island a third time after the last two trips were nightmares??! All those characters, including Grant, why would any of them step foot on the island ever again? Especially since the park was "safe" the first time.
      • grimjob
        Not talking about being back on the island, or even having a significant role. I'm talking cameo here. A link back to past characters we spent a lot of time with. I think him being interviewed on some news show or something would be a fun way hark back to what they all went through. Maybe even update us as to what some of the others are up to.
        • JBrotsis
          In that case, speaking of a cameo scene, then yea it'd be nice
  • Dbamma
    doesn't look exciting
  • When the f%$# did Andy Dwyer get so serious?
  • Got to be honest, the effects look like garbage. When is Hollywood going to learn that CGI isn't the solution for everything?
  • SkyNet300
    Pratt seems cheesy as hell in this but damn I'm pumped for this! Great teaser trailer! IMAX 3D for me;)
  • SkyNet300
    You have to have CGI in a dino movie! Lol but yeah some of the effects don't look polished.
  • SkyNet300
    Plus robotics are actually more expensive than CGI so practical effects are a dying breed sad to say.
  • horng
    Still no sign of Triceratops.............
  • John Doe
    Looks like mankind still hasn't learned it's lessons from the first Jurassic Park.
  • shiboleth
    yeah, movie for some summer night. Or later...
  • Chris Groves
    We're over 6 months out from the release of the film, none of these effects shots have received 'final approval' yet. Often times, even the smallest adjustments in color timing and shading(and not the actual model or texture) can make the world of difference between 'looking real' and not looking real. Find the BEST shot in the trailer, find the WORST shot in the trailer, and on average, I'm betting the whole film will fall somewhere in between...hopefully skewing towards the quality of the best shot.
  • If I wanted more of the same I'd watch the first JP again. Don't really understand all the frustration over 2 minutes from a 2 hour film. I found the trailer to be interesting. Gripping? No, but interesting. I have no issue investing my money for 2 hours of interesting. It's not as if that amount of time invested will shatter my life if it turns out to be a less-than-exciting film. Also, what's with all the crying about the effects? This film will surely be tweaked, enhanced, and corrected up until days before release. That's what these people do in the industry.
    • The first JP will, in my opinion, always be the best as in it was a fresh, innocent concept.
  • Szkari
    Meh...
    • ErrorSapiens
      But not so "meh" it wasnt worth a comment 😉
  • Funny as who in their right mind would want to vacation on this, as we know it, KILLER ISLAND? Let's just say it's reputation precedes it. If we can have all these Expendables movies (bring the supposed stars together) why can't we have Godzilla swim in at some point? His hang out can't be that far away? Cook up (heh heh) a super dino and let Zilla come in and kick some serious butt
  • DAVIDPD
    The first watch was jaw dropping. The subsequent ones have been less impressive. I know most people will gripe about the poor CGI shots, but what really has me most worried is the Shia LeBouf-swinging-with-monkeys shot of Pratt riding a motorcycle with raptors...what the what!!!?
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