Hype around the new Jurassic World movie is building fast. And a new clip from the sure-to-be-blockbuster offers up some tantalizing new footage from the film’s action sequences, including a glimpse at the fictitious dinosaur created exclusively for Jurassic World.
As reported by the International Business Times, the clip centers on Chris Pratt’s character, Owen Gray, a trainer of Velociraptors who seems to spend much of Jurassic World trying to keep people safe from one renegade dinosaur, the Indominus rex. A previous report from the Inquisitr touched on the mysterious original T-rex, who has been apparently stranded on the island for 22 years and is now “angry.” The Jurassic World clip provides just a tiny taste of the new monster, and it appears to be hunting Chris Pratt in traditional Jurassic Park fashion. Gray hides behind one of the iconic Jurassic Park jeeps while the terrifying T-rex stalks him and roars.
Jurassic World takes place more than two decades after the first film, Jurassic Park. A new theme park has been constructed, and it boasts the Indominus rex as its main attraction — a brand new dinosaur “cooked up” in a lab. So far, Jurassic World clips suggest the new T-rex is especially fast, strong, and intelligent, making her an even more dangerous monster than the dinosaurs of previous films. Jurassic World has been criticized for stretching the plausibility of science even further than usual with the Indominus rex. According to the Daily Mail, dinosaur experts have called Jurassic World a “dumb monster movie” due to its major inaccuracies.
Speaking of scientific unlikelihood, the new clip also shares a glimpse of Chris Pratt training the dinosaurs to do his bidding while simultaneously training a new employee at Jurassic World. After a close call with one of the raptors, Chris Pratt gets the dinos to back down and delivers a chilling line to the “new guy.”
“Do you ever wonder why there’s a job opening?”
Pratt has a few other memorable lines from the film as well, telling Bryce Dallas Howard’s character to “get the kids someplace safe.” And when Howard declares that the customers of Jurassic World want things to be bigger, Pratt responds, “Yeah, that’s what I’m afraid of.”
As Cinema Blend reports, everyone in the film seems to be in danger, from children and customers to the operations manager of the park. Viewers will have to wait until Jurassic World releases on June 12 to find out who survives the hunt of the Indominus rex.