If you're anything like me then you're about ready to flip a Jeep full of annoying kids for some new dino-info. While we did get pictures of the human side-characters - because, let's face it, the dinosaurs are the real stars here - Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt, it's about time we got something with a little more bite.
Well, it just so happens that we do, courtesy of [Jurassic World](movie:32752) director Colin Trevorrow, the big man himself. Wanna see them?
Ah, ah, ah! You didn't say the magic word.
Okay, okay! Here we go, hold on to your butts.
Trevorrow dropped this image on Twitter earlier today, and while it's not much, it's certainly something. Also, it looks like it has multiple rows of teeth, all of which need some serious attention from a dental hygienist. It's not a Tyrannosaurus Rex, that's for sure, it appears to have more of a crocodile-like snout. Maybe something along these lines?
This fine specimen, courtesy of National Geographic, is a Sarcosuchus Imperator aka Super Croc; which according to the NGM is approximately 40 ft. long! If that's what we're looking at, this may be indicative of aquatic dinosaurs being heavily featured in Jurassic World, a rumor that's circulated on the interwebs for quite awhile now. Also, that would be terrifying, hence Trevorrow's tweet:
What do you guys think it is? Let me know in the comments below!
Jurassic World releases in the US on June 12, 2015.