Now, we have to slightly suspend our sense of disbelief when it comes to Jurassic World, and I'm not talking about the fact there's dinosaurs wandering around.
After the debacle which took place in the original Jurassic Park, I would have thought building and promoting another family-friendly amusement park housing flesh-eating prehistoric monsters would be a difficult, if not illegal, venture. Furthermore, if such a park was re-opened, I'm fairly sure the health and safety officials would probably advise against breeding more T-Rexes. I mean, they're just not safe in the workplace.
Well, it looks like good sense has gone out the window in Colin Trevorrow's [Jurassic World](movie:32752), because not only are they reopening Jurassic Park, but they're also bringing back the Tyrannosaurus Rex.
To celebrate the recent wrapping of principle photography on Jurassic World, Trevorrow tweeted the following picture which teases a familiar set of jaws.
Now, although we don't get to see much, these monstrous mouth parts do seem to belong, fairly unambiguously, to the T-Rex. Unfortunately, we can't really see what's going on in this particular scene or set, but it does prove that a) T-Rexes certainly appear in Jurassic World and b) that they are at least partly made up of practical effects. All good news as far as I'm concerned.
Currently, Jurassic World is expected to open on 2D and 3D on June 12, 2015.
Who did you fear most in Jurassic Park?