Must Watch: Dinosaurs Unleashed in Second 'Jurassic World' Trailer

April 20, 2015
Source: Universal

Jurassic World

"She was designed to be bigger than the T-Rex." Why someone thought that a dinosaur theme park was a good idea after the events of Jurassic Park and even The Lost World, we may never know. It seems the characters in this franchise just don't understand that life finds a way. And this time, in the new trailer for Jurassic World, life has found away to overcome our most high-tech security and the certainty in our place as the dominant species of this planet. Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt certainly have their hands full this time with the Indominus Rex, which we finally get to see in full in this new trailer. Watch it!

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


You can still watch the first trailer for Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World right here.

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 role from Jurassic Park. Universal Pictures releases the film on June 12th. Excited?

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  • I'm undoubtedly gonna see this, but I still don't have a very good feeling about it. I feel like they're really backtracking on the CGI on this film.
  • Jon Odishaw
    I dont understand any distaste for what we've seen. We've got bigger, badder dinos. We got Chris Pratt. We got trained god damn raptors. Looks like Jurassic Park unleashed.
    • And a new set of kids to hate!
    • JBroti
      Jon, as usual, you speak the truth dude. Too many people hate on movies solely based on trailers even for the movies they look forward to seeing. It's a real shame.
  • spencersweeting
    This should've been the first trailer - more dino mayhem, less cheesy dialogue, higher stakes, better Chris Pratt stuff. CGI will be cleaned up by the time it's released. I was indifferent after the first trailer, but this should be fun.
  • Xerxexx
    Pratt will shine as will Howard...the rest is really up in the air, I'm seeing it for sure but expectations are low.
    • Jon Odishaw
      Jake Johnson is here as well. He is fantastic.
      • Xerxexx
        I forgot he was in this, hopefully gets some scenes with Pratt.
        • Jon Odishaw
          Yes those are two very funny men. But im capable of taking them both seriously if need be.
    • JBroti
      Glad you're seeing it with low expectations. There's way more room for your expectations to be blown out of the water.
      • Xerxexx
        No way to be disappointed and I always end up having a great time.
  • TheOct8pus
    That shot of Howard....mmmm....
    • shiboleth
      She's awfully nice ...
  • rickvanr
    I'm in. Looks like a lot of fun
  • TheOct8pus
    Based on this trailer, the logline for this movie should be: Jurassic World: Jurassic Park on Crack.
    • I'm totally okay with all of it.
    • Jeff Prioleau
      I dig that title
  • Chris Groves
    I'm SO in.
  • ff
    I always feel bad for actors, like Vincent D'Onofrio here, who have to say some BS line of dialogue like 'light it up!' So freaking stupid.
    • Jon Odishaw
      Im sure Vincent is just happy he's not doing a C horror movie again.
    • Tester
      I never feel bad for those who are employed and getting paid for their work, regardless of their profession
  • I'm Batman
    I'm actually excited to see this, but the only criticism I have is the CGI. The beauty in the first was that it literally seemed so real. I mean, I'm all for CGI, but when you feel like you're watching a video game sequence it loses its flair for me. Again, still excited to see this, just one thing I'm worried about.
    • TheOct8pus
      I agree, Batman. The 1st JP had about 8 minutes of CGI, so they could really focus on making the dinos look as realistic as possible, and make them blend perfectly with the backgrounds. A lot of more "rushed" CGI films these days just don't look right. You can see that the images are superimposed onto a background. Keeping fingers crossed.
      • Armitall
        You have to agree! He's Batman!
      • Also remember that the CG they used was very fresh and probably took way way way more time and money to accomplish back then. Those were legitimate restrictions that made them rely heavily on animatronics. Imagine if they had used stop motion, which is what Spielberg originally planned to do.
    • JBroti
      I wouldn't be worried about the CGI in this movie. We've seen now three times how the CGI has improved over three trailers and we're still about two months out. Plus there's plenty of other movie trailers and their final product to relate to. I do agree, I really hope we see animatronics (hopefully they made one for the I-Rex as it seems we're going to get a lot of close up shots of him), but with today's CGI and Colin's dedication, I think we'll all be fine.
  • Armitall
    It's like, haven't these people learned anything from the first park? And as if these dinosaurs haven't been clever enough before, now they also communicate with eachother. Third reboot, they'll be on facebook and twitter.
    • They communicated with each other before. JP3 was all about that. Raptors using sonic communication from cavities in their head or something.
    • JBroti
      True in the sense that "why haven't they learned" however, this park has been open for a long time and safety has been at an all time high. They did learn from the first park on how to improve security. "Everytime we've introduced a new attraction, attendance has spiked" meaning it's been open for a long time. Creating a new hybird dinosaur...there's no history to learn from to know if they're doing the safe act. That's for this movie's sequel to ask "why haven't they learned".
  • ari smulders
    Yep still good vibes from this one, trevorrow is a up and coming A list director and Pratt has charisma from here to the end of the galaxy!
  • Oblique
    I see BD Wong and I see Vincent D'Onofrio, I think it's time for a Law and order mashup movie lol.
    • On Isla Nublar, the people are hunted by two separate - yet equally terrifying beasts - the velociraptors, who move and communicate in packs, and the dilophosaurii that douse their prey in paralyzing venom. These are their stories.
      • shiboleth
  • ragethorn
    Looks like it can't wait to suck.
    • JBroti
      Hmm, I disagree. Hopefully you and the 1% won't be there then opening weekend.
      • What kind of idiotic comment is this? sheesh.
      • ragethorn
        No chance I'd see this garbage in theaters.
      • John Boy
        I think it looks like a great popcorn movie. I'll be there
  • Snev De la Fontaine
    Bruce Dallas Howard is looking fine. Wish I could say the same about Jurassic World. Here's hoping I'll be pleasantly surprised in theatres.
    • Jeff Prioleau
      • Snev De la Fontaine
        Oh what an embarrassing mistake to have made. Corrected now. Thank you for pointing that out.
        • Jeff Prioleau
  • jimfromtoto
    First trailer was way better. I wish they would leave some kind of surprise for when you actually see the movie.
  • JBroti
    I have a strong feeling this movie will hit the $1 billion mark. If not, it'll be right up there. I love the new direction they're going with this movie and possibly new trilogy. It still has the elements that made JP1 fantastic and expands upon the things we were limited to back in the 90's. I cannot wait for this movie. CANNOT WAIT!
    • 1 billion? haha You must be living in some sort of alternative universe. No way in hell will this movie crack even 500 mill. Gauging from my average movie goer friends, not a single person has shown interest. That doesn't mean it wont be big of course but one billion? Try that for the new Star wars.
      • Jon Odishaw
        This one could make a billion. Although Star Wars will make well over that and B vs S probably will too.
        • Jonathan
          You guys are talking Internationally, right? Movies don't make a billion, domestically... At least not until the price of a ticket goes up to $30 bucks. And especially when another blockbuster will open like a week later and this one will be on DVD/Bluray in a month. I'm guessing $300 million, max. Should we get a pool going?
          • Jeff Prioleau
            almost forgot what common sense sounded like...
      • Jacob Crim
        Your prediction was correct. It did not hit 500 million opening weekend :(
  • shiboleth
    Yeah, bigger, faster, more dead people, more blood, more bloodthirstiness ... But why? Under rubric: mindless fun. Again ...
    This officially just crossed the line into "stupid". I'll still see and it still could be "fun" good. But I won't be expecting JURASSIC PARK levels of awesome.
  • Will probably never watch this, it looks like a turd factory.
  • Dotpols
    Looks fun. Chris Pratt seems like he's doing a bit of a Star Lord thing again, and that isn't bad in my view.
  • grimjob
    Helloooo Redbox.
    • Jeff Prioleau
  • Mark Brackney
    Hmmmmm...... I swear, that top-image reminds me of something....... ........oh, YEAH.....




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