On Sunday morning, fans of Jurassic Park were given their first true glimpse at the upcoming sci-fi action thriller Jurassic World, starring Chris Pratt.
Pratt is just off the very successful Guardians of the Galaxy. The movie was a surprise hit for Marvel Studios, which promises a sequel will be out in a few years.
For now, moviegoers can get their “Star Lord” fix courtesy of Jurassic World.
After the commercial (and visual) failure of the third Jurassic movie, there was some heavy skepticism about the potential of this new movie.
However, it seems that director Colin Trevorrow is determined to bring back the magic and wonder experienced with the very first Jurassic Park.
The teaser for the upcoming trailer doesn’t give away too much.
It features a collection of images that show that at some point, John Hammond’s vision for a park filled with dinosaurs has come to fruition.
We see a tour bus filled with spectators witness a herd of dinosaurs run past it, which suggests that the park is indeed open to the public.
That is followed by footage of a man and boy in a bubble ball-shaped vehicle, also interacting with dinosaurs.
We see a woman (Bryce Dallas Howard) who turns to look at something or someone off-camera. Her facial expression reads, “Trouble in paradise”.
She appears to be facing (or the effect of the trailer gives that impression) Chris Pratt’s character, whose own demeanor is rather grim.
These are not people who look as though everything is going well, so we can only speculate as to what has gone horribly, horribly wrong.
The full Jurassic World trailer is set to come out on Thanksgiving on NBC during the football game between the Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers.
Have you seen the trailer? Are you excited for the Jurassic World movie?