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Photos: New Jurassic World Dinosaurs Revealed The official site for Jurassic World has been updated with design renderings for seven new dinosaur species. Some of the Jurassic World dinosaurs have been seen in previous installments of the Jurassic Park franchise, but others are completely new to Jurassic World. The fact that Universal Pictures has put the designs on the official website signals they probably don’t constitute spoilers, so feel free to dive in.

We haven't seen anything from Jurassic World in a few weeks, since toy photos gave us our best look at the Indominus Rex. Thankfully, today brings the release of four new photos, featuring Chris Pratt as Owen. The first image has Owen in a room that director Colin Trevorrow describes as the, "most absolute high-tech room we could possibly imagine." The screen in the background appears to display the vital signs for two "troopers."We also see Own trying to tame two of his trained velociraptors, along with a shot of the actor standing next to director Colin Trevorrow.

This year will see the return of several classic Hollywood franchises to the big screen, and chief among them will be Jurassic World.

I've seen a lot of fan-made parody trailers, but I don't think I've watched one as absurd as this JURASSIC WORLD one. Created by YouTube user Darren Wallace (the same person responsible for the Disney's STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS parody trailer, which is also below if you haven't checked it out yet), the video features appearances by Jeff Goldblum's Ian Malcolm... Read More...

New ‘Jurassic World’ Toys: See Photos and Full Reveal of the Indominus Rex Star Wars: The Force Awakens might not be revealing any toys at this weekend’s New York Toy Fair, but other major 2015 films are. We’ve already seen a bunch of Avengers: Age of Ultron stuff and today we’ve got a slew of toys from Colin Trevorrow‘s Jurassic World. The highlight here is our best look yet at the deadly hybrid Indominus Rex, which was teased in the first trailer, the Super Bowl spot as well as on the website.

Vincent D’Onofrio Basically Has His Own Jurassic World Character Trailer The found-footage prequel to Jurassic World continues with the above viral video posted to the Masrani Global website. In addition to providing us with more stock pre-plot material of the movie’s dinosaur park setting, this one introduces us to one of the main characters of the sequel: Vic Hoskins (Vincent D’Onofrio), the head of Masrani’s security initiative for InGen. As we learn from the site and the video, InGen Security is a multi-national peacekeeping force that also deals in drones and surveillance.

Jurassic World is still several months away but it’s a pretty good bet it’ll have the best movie-themed website of 2015. Maybe of all time. The site has been up for a few weeks. Slowly but surely, it continues to update with new and cool additions. The basic idea is this isn’t a site for a movie. It’s pretending to be a site for the actual Jurassic World theme park that just happens to be seen in the movie.

‘Jurassic World’ Super Bowl Spot Offers Glimpse of Terrifying New Dinosaur (Video) A new trailer for “Jurassic World” debuted during Sunday night’s Super Bowl game and gives a series of quick shots of the Indominus Rex, the genetically engineered dinosaur that will serve as the main antagonist in this latest installment in the “Jurassic Park” franchise. Also Read: 13 Movie Trailers That Debuted During Super Bowl: ‘Ted 2,’ ‘Fifty Shades,’ ‘Insurgent’ (Video) The film is set 22 years after the events of the original. Jurassic World is now a fully functioning amusement park and tourist destination.

More Details on Jurassic World's Indominus Rex More details have been revealed about the new carnivorous dinosaur featured in this summer's Jurassic World. Called the Indominus Rex (aka Fierce or Untamable King), the creature stands at a length of 40 feet and most closely resembles the Tyrannosaurus Rex.

Jurassic World Teases New Dinosaur We have our first teaser image for the Indomius Rex, a new dinosaur being show in Jurassic World. The Indominus is a genetically engineered dinosaur meant to bring in more guest to the park. That couldn’t possibly go horribly wrong, could it? We set out to make Indominus the most fearsome dinosaur ever to be displayed at Jurassic World. The genetic engineers at our Hammond Creation Lab have more than delivered. At first glance, Indominus most closely resembles a T. Rex.

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New Jurassic Park movie directed by Colin Trevorrow.
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June 12, 2015
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