This morning, Universal Pictures released the second trailer for the highly anticipated, Colin Trevorrow directed, Jurassic World. If the initial trailer drop didn't get you pumped for this movie, the latest one gives us our best look at the indomitable Indominus rex.
Check out the first look at the new Jurassic World trailer below:
After watching the first three Jurassic Park movies, I can say with confidence that creating a genetically modified dinosaur to up the "wow" factor probably wasn't the best idea. Did we learn nothing from the incidents from 1993-2001?
Let's go over a few things we can take away from the trailer:
Chris Pratt: Dinosaur Whisperer
“It’s not about control. It’s a relationship based on respect."
It looks like Andy Dwyer's new line of work is far more dangerous. Going under the pseudonym Owen Grady meant leaving his Johnny Karate name behind.
A goat tied to a post can only mean one thing
Visiting an old fan favorite, the T-Rex
It's only for a second, but we can see a quick glimpse at the T-Rex chowing down on the aforementioned goat. Still seems like a pretty popular attraction.
Big dinosaur, big claws
The Indominus rex really wants out. Spoiler, I think she does.
"She was designed to be bigger than the T-Rex"
According to the Jurassic World page, the Indominous Rex can run up to 30mph.
She's smarter than the average dinosaur
The Indominus rex actually scratched out her own tracking device. Why didn't they put it somewhere that she couldn't reach?
She hunts for sport
Unlike the other dinos that hunt for food, the Indominous rex kills just for the hell of it and doesn't even eat her prey. What a waste of food.
Glass capsules means nothing to an Indominous rex
I think the scariest thing about the I-Rex so far is that it has insanely long arms. One of the T-Rex's biggest downfalls is that it can't grab anything, but that seems to be no problem for the I-Rex.
Jaws of steel
Arms aside, it also has a massive and terrifying jaw. Us humans are nothing more than a little snack.
Full frontal view
The horns of the I-Rex were strategically placed through the genetic hybridization of the Carnotaurus, Majungasaurus, Rugops and Giganotosaurus.
Fight or flight
These pteranodon apparently choose the latter of the two options. As scary as the winged dinosaurs were in Jurassic Park III, there's a couple of new carnivores on the block. The I-Rex, and of course...
Taking down a pteranodon like it's nothing!
[Jurassic World](movie:32752), starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, will be released in theaters starting June 12.