Pet A Triceratops In Latest JURASSIC WORLD TV Spot; Plus New Promotional Video

Pet A Triceratops In Latest JURASSIC WORLD TV Spot; Plus New Promotional Video

Universal has released another TV spot and a neat new promotional video from the highly anticipated Jurassic World showing off some new footage of Chris Pratt & Bryce Dallas Howard hunting for the killer Indominus Rex. We also get a look at the dino petting zoo! Come check it out!

By RohanPatel - May 16, 2015 12:05 PM EST
Filed Under: Jurassic Park




Steven Spielberg returns to executive produce the long-awaited next installment of his groundbreaking Jurassic Park series, Jurassic World. Colin Trevorrow directs the epic action-adventure from a screenplay he wrote with Derek Connolly. Frank Marshall and Patrick Crowley join the team as producers.


 
Jurassic World will feature:
Director: Colin Trevorrow
Chris Pratt as Owen Grady
Bryce Dallas Howard as Claire Dearing
Vincent D'Onofrio as Vic Hoskins
Jake Johnson as Lowery
Irrfan Khan as Simon Masrani
Nick Robinson as Zach
Ty Simpkins as Gray
B.D. Wong as Dr. Henry Wu
Brian Tee as Takashi Hamada
Omar Sy as Barry
Katie McGrath as Zara
Lauren Lapkus as Vivian
Judy Greer as Zach & Gray's Mother
Andy Buckley as Zach & Gray's Father
James DuMont in an undisclosed role

Jurassic World is set to roar into theaters June 12


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four20smoke
four20smoke - 5/16/2015, 12:12 PM
I got a triceratops you can pet.
mgeoff88
mgeoff88 - 5/16/2015, 12:18 PM
McGee "pets his triceratops" six times a day.
hufflepuff69
hufflepuff69 - 5/16/2015, 12:35 PM
I got something he could pet
TheRationalNerd
TheRationalNerd - 5/16/2015, 12:36 PM
So sad that Omar Sy will probably be killed off. smh
WYLEEJAY
WYLEEJAY - 5/16/2015, 1:12 PM
I'm anxious to see this. But I'm afraid with that many people on the island to get eaten by dinosaurs, and it not being rated R, it will feel like one of those generic horror movies on the ScyFy channel. I hope it's great. Gonna reach JP1 this weekend. You apparently don't really have to watch the other two again since they were on the other island and no cast members are coming back.
WYLEEJAY
WYLEEJAY - 5/16/2015, 1:12 PM
Watch JP1
four20smoke
four20smoke - 5/16/2015, 1:22 PM
Jurassic park is not a horror flick...you should definitely watch the other ones to understand the general concept...
PkBlitz
PkBlitz - 5/16/2015, 2:12 PM
I've come to realize the directing, writing and even marketing teams really do give a lot of [frick]s about the original Jurassic Park, in a very good way. It's not like Universal came to Colin Trevorrow and said "you watched this movie called Jurassic Park? doesn't matter, point is: we need cash and we'll make a sequel for 2015, we're gonna give you a lot of money and you just need put tits, dinosaurs and action". Instead, we've got Steven Spielberg himself looking over this fresh and passionate guy who Steven really seems to trust, the same guys that did the effects for Jurassic Park and a [frick]ton of nods to the original movie, to the point of putting microscopic easter eggs on the movie and official site, as well as marketing. It even shares the rating, and Giacchino is making the music. It perhaps appears to be one of the very rare species of non-soulless remake/reboot/sequel/prequel/spinoff of old beloved movies, an almost extinct kind I would say, unlike many of the new projects based on old franchises that have been anounced or already premiered. However, it carries that weight of being the sequel of what many consider a perfect movie and the successor of what many consider two terrible sequels, plus the extra weight of having to be on par with the -at the time- groundbreaking and mindblowing visual effects of an animatronic with CGI legs under the rain at night. Without the existence of the first movie, this would probably sound like one of the best projects of modern times, but instead it carries that weight of being "Son of...", the skepticism is present, specially since the trailers and TV spots have to constantly update their scenes' VFX since the visuals of the film are still under development when those trailers are made public, making the whole internet shout "THEY'RE RUINING MY CHILDHOOD, 1993 CGI RAPTOR IN THE KITCHEN LOOKED BETTER THAN MEMELORD'S RAPTOR SQUAD". Jurassic World indeed has a lot to prove to those who only limit themselves to watch trailers and react to the comment sections the same way others do to feel like one of their party, and on the other hand it has a lot to prove to fans who will be extremely dissapointed if it turns out to be another Jurassic Park 3. It's one of the rare cases where, at less than a month of release, a film has almost the same amount of hype and optimism than of hate and backlash, making everyone unsure if it'll be a pleasant surprise and become one of the best blockbusters of the year or one of the worst tragedies of it. The passion and fanatism from the makers themselves is there, but we have to see if their talent also pays off.

Personally, I think Kingpin himself's gotta be there for some reason.
WYLEEJAY
WYLEEJAY - 5/16/2015, 2:22 PM
@four20smoke. I own all three. I know their not horror flicks. My point seems to have gone over your head.

In the first film, you only actually see one guy get eaten. This film will have hundreds of people getting attacked, so it could feel cheap since they can only show so much pg 13.
four20smoke
four20smoke - 5/16/2015, 2:35 PM
@wyleejay My point: if you have seen all three and "own" them you should not be suprised that this movie will not have a bunch of scenes showing violent deaths of innocent people by hungry predators. You should try watching anaconda or sharknado
WYLEEJAY
WYLEEJAY - 5/16/2015, 3:35 PM
I think you have smoked too much. Cause that's not what I said. It is going over your head. I said I was afraid that this movie could feel like that with so many people getting killed. The deaths will probably happen off screen like most from the other films. I'm hoping that this film isn't a case of " bigger is better". Cause that doesn't always work. It didn't work for the Spinosaurus in 3. So hopefully their not just doing that again with the I Rex. Oh six people died in this film, so let's make it a couple hundred this time. That's what I'm saying. Never once did I say I wanted it to be a horror film or see people get ripped apart. Lay off the blunts for a bit son.
McGee
McGee - 5/16/2015, 6:13 PM
You know, I don't mind you guys joking around, especially at my expense....but I'm very sensitive about the birth defect that has forever cursed my genitals.

Also f*ck you homodrome! Blabbing about my junk. Don't ever sleep with homodrome! He'll tell everyone what your dick looks like! YOU SAID THREE WARTS ON THE HEAD WAS CUTE!!!
loki668
loki668 - 5/16/2015, 7:35 PM
@McGee

But how can that be? He's homodrome! That means he's only attracted to other dromes.
four20smoke
four20smoke - 5/16/2015, 10:55 PM
Yeah enough with the blunts and on with the (wylee)jays.
mattattack
mattattack - 5/17/2015, 12:53 AM
You know the entire franchise has never been rated R right? lol

This film easily hits the right tone compared to the first film way more than the two sequels. This looks to be equally fun and terrifying. Also the trailer in 3D is terrifying in IMAX. Can't wait to see it!
loki668
loki668 - 5/17/2015, 2:53 AM
Samuel L. Jackson could have a cameo!!!

McGee
McGee - 5/17/2015, 3:53 AM
^^^^ LMFAO!!!
ComicFan523
ComicFan523 - 5/17/2015, 9:37 AM
This movie looks great, in many ways I'm more looking forward to seeing this than Age of Ultron. After all, a new Jurassic Park movie hasn't been released in over a decade.
homodrome
homodrome - 5/17/2015, 6:53 PM
@mcgee

what is all this talk about your dick? I'm not even sure it exists. Like Big Foot, only Tiny Cock.
homodrome
homodrome - 5/17/2015, 6:55 PM
also no one @ symboled me? why'd I get an email?
homodrome
homodrome - 5/17/2015, 6:59 PM
McGee
McGee - 5/17/2015, 10:19 PM
@homodrome

homodrome
homodrome - 5/18/2015, 12:19 PM
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