The new Jurassic World trailer video below is certainly turning heads on YouTube and causing lots of buzz on Twitter – with Chris Pratt acting sort of like a dinosaur whisperer, or Velociraptor whisperer as it were – in the beginning of the new clip. The actor has funny opening lines, as he explains that the animals mainly want to eat, hunt – and he uses his fist to portray a symbol for coupling.
“These animals are thinkin’, ‘I gotta eat, I gotta hunt.”
Nevertheless, the Jurassic World – Official Global Trailer (HD) that was released on YouTube one hour ago, at approximately 11:20 a.m. ET on April 20, is garnering plenty of buzz, views and thumbs up – with a few thumbs down. It’s a film that tends to get people talking. The Super Bowl commercial for Jurassic World went viral when it was shown, as reported by the Inquisitr. Fans will have to wait until June 12 to see the movie, including the 3D, 2D and IMAX versions, by Universal Pictures.
— VANITY FAIR (@VanityFair) April 20, 2015
In this version of Jurassic World, the screenwriters play into the fears of genetic modification by showing prehistoric predators in a Disneyland type of arena that have been toyed with in order to up the “wow factor” for park visitors. Indeed, be careful what you ask for, the moviemakers seem to say, because before long, blood and dead dinosaur carcasses are all over the Jurassic land, thanks to the Indominus Rex, who ate her brother and ripped out her own tracking device chip.
a new breed of dinosaur, the new villain from “Jurassic World” pic.twitter.com/9H9Oik2gQh
— Jonapras (@jnessy_) April 20, 2015
The dinosaur safari park is pretty remote, just like the original Jurassic Park, and the fact that they’ve rebuilt on the ruins of the Isla Nublar should’ve been a clue. Neverthless Dallas Bryce Howard as park manager Claire Dearing charges ahead with the others in this 2015 epic adventure. What could go wrong?
— Business Insider (@businessinsider) April 20, 2015
Some are calling the new trailer completely crazy, reports USA TODAY – whilst others are chomping at the bit to see the film. Twitter is exploding with the Jurassic World hashtag from folks weighing in on the new trailer.
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) April 20, 2015
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