Watch: The Park Gets Unleashed in New TV Spot for 'Jurassic World'

March 30, 2015
Source: Universal

Jurassic World

The blockbuster summer of 2015 is almost upon us, and we should be getting some new glimpses of the tentpole releases sooner than later. And since last night brought the finale of "The Walking Dead," and studios new that millions would be watching, Universal Pictures unleashed a new TV spot for Jurassic World. There's not tons of new footage, but there's definitely some stuff we haven't seen before. In fact, this spot reveals that the Indominus Rex had already killed its sibling before it begins trekking across the park and killing for sport. This hybrid dinosaur is certainly going to be a force to be reckoned with. Watch!

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

Jurassic World

You can still watch the first trailer right here, and the Super Bowl spot 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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So ready for this! Just let us in the park already!

Nathan Williams on Mar 30, 2015


I will orgasm and the dino DNA

Jenny Watson on Mar 30, 2015


Good vibe from this one, trevorrow blew me away with safety not guaranteed and Chris Pratt is a charismatic man who has also the right laugh at hanging at his ass. A sure box-office hit, maybe the surprise hit of this year after the unbeatable avengers! I think I will be hanging in a cinema every week in the summer!

ari smulders on Mar 30, 2015


Definitely a hit...still can't compete with the Avengers, but it'll be a nice filler between Avengers and Star Wars

TheOct8pus on Mar 30, 2015



ari smulders on Mar 30, 2015


A sure bo hit? Why are you sure? Because u like what u see? pssst.

Sascha Dikiciyan on Mar 30, 2015


yep, you don't? pssst.

ari smulders on Mar 30, 2015


What if Chris Pratt turns out to be a pretty terrible dramatic actor? I felt his lines in this trailer were pretty flat....

TheOct8pus on Mar 30, 2015


What, were you expecting Jeff Goldblum to show up?

Mark Brackney on Apr 4, 2015


Anyone else feel this looks like predictable meh? Pratt looks uncomfortable and stiff in the trailer footage and the CG looked better in 1993. Really the only thing i dug was the creepy, slow piano rendition of the well known theme by Williams.

Sascha Dikiciyan on Mar 30, 2015


This looks really bad

SallySpider on Mar 30, 2015


AH, well. At least it couldn't get any Worse than JP3..... right?

Mark Brackney on Apr 4, 2015


So cool. Shame the movie itself looks like it be predictable and a little dumb. I will still see it day one.

DAVIDPD on Mar 30, 2015


Every movie is predictable for the most part so I'll never understand why people mention that when seeing a trailer. Obviously they kill the dino in this movie. Obviously the Avengers save the day in their movie. Obviously Vin Desiel kills Statham in Furious 7. Every romantic comedy ends up with the guy and girl together, everything is predictable for the most part. Just because a movie is predictable doesn't mean it's going to be bad.

steve on Apr 1, 2015


Generally, yes films follow a sort of archetypal path which was set set before them. There are of course the classic twists "we" never saw coming films, but even they fit that twist archetype, I guess. The problem I have with some movies' predictable- ness is their delivery of said predictable plot. You have a movie full of tropes, but if you can deliver them in fresh ways, then you can have a fresh film, for example MISSION IMPOSSIBLE 3, CASINO ROYALE, and THE DEPARTED.

DAVIDPD on Apr 1, 2015


The premise for Jurassic Park is terrible... why keep making them? Come up with a fresh new idea to show us cool dinosaurs.

Bill on Mar 30, 2015


I agree. I hate the whole "hybrid" idea. Im sure the movie will entertain, but that idea has been cooked on both sides already.

Rock n Rollllll on Mar 31, 2015


Of course, the reason why the "Velociraptors" in said films where so damn-horrific were because of Extra-Genetics anyway...... remember, these are "Theme-park Monsters", and not necessarily the real thing......

Mark Brackney on Apr 4, 2015


.....besides, everyone now knows by Now that real Velociraptors were pretty much just Turkeys with teeth and claws, anyway.....

Mark Brackney on Apr 4, 2015


Jurassic Park? Or Jurassic World... How was the premise for Jurassic Park bad? The creation of a theme park filled with dinosaurs... What other reason would there be to have dinosaurs in a movie? None except time travel. It's the perfect reason and sure, Jurassic Park 3 wasn't as good as the other two, but it's nowhere as bad as people make it out to be. "Why Keep making them" The last one was 14 years ago.. and this is a totally different story than the others, the only thing that's the same is that theres a park with dinosaurs.

steve on Apr 1, 2015


A zillionare developing the technology to bring back extinct animals only so he can open a Family Park way out in the ocean? Really? Like how many people could even afford to fly out to such a place off the beaten track? It's the whole "park" thing out in the ocean that just gets me to roll my eyes... I'd much prefer it if it was simply a test lab "out there" (to be safe)... or a Lost World story line. But a Family Park?

Bill on Apr 1, 2015


"Spared no expense."

Mark Brackney on Apr 4, 2015


Actually, Bill, that's the whole Premise of Jurassic World, in a Nutshell. Cause, obviously, people are just so TIRED of petting a freaking Triceratops all the freaking time......

Mark Brackney on Apr 4, 2015


Funny that most theropods (well, save for T. rex and its kin, obviously) only have three digits on each hand, while "she" has freaking four. Ah, well. "They used mosquito DNA, I'm sure the genetics are jacked-up somewhere." Oh, yes, I'm a HUGE dinosaur-nerd, thank-you-very-much.

Mark Brackney on Apr 4, 2015

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