21 April 2015

JURASSIC WORLD Official Global Trailer Breakdown | Including The Species of All Dinosaurs That Appear

Universal Pictures released the official full-length trailer for the upcoming Jurassic World film. Here is our breakdown of this latest trailer, including the species of all the dinosaurs that make an appearance.

Twenty-two years after the events of Jurassic Park, Isla Nublar, an island located off Central America's Pacific Coast, now features a fully functioning dinosaur theme park, Jurassic World, as originally envisioned by John Hammond. This new park is owned by the Masrani Global Corporation. At the corporation's request, the park's geneticists create a genetically modified hybrid mutant dinosaur, known as Indominus rex, which escapes and goes on a deadly rampage.

The trailer begins with overhead shots of the Velociraptor training facility.

Chris Pratt as Owen Grady, the Velociraptor trainer. He explains that he does not control the Raptors but they have a relationship based on respect. He can get them to cooperate because of that.

Next we have a couple of good looks at the Velociraptors and Owen's interaction with them.

Owen conducts behavioral research on this group of Velociraptors, given the name "Blue". Charlie, Delta and Echo are the raptors' names.

Bryce Dallas Howard as Claire Dearing. She is the park operations manager.

A shot of the Jurassic World park open for business. This creates a dynamic we haven't seen in the previous films. A fully functioning park means thousands of visitors. The dinosaurs have never had so many targets before (outside of the T-Rex in San Diego).

A heard of Gallimimus.

A look at the design of one of the exhibits and our old friend, the goat, waiting to become dinner.

Tyrannosaurus Rex

People cheering on the Mosasaurus feeding. You couldn't pay me to sit there.

A look at the lab where genetic modification experiments are conducted. The new owners of the park want to create new genetically modified hybrid dinosaurs to boost park attendance. This resulted in the creation of the Indominus rex.

These glass balls are called Gyrospheres. They allow visitors to ride along side the dinosaurs for an up-close view. The dinosaurs pictured are a Stegosaurus(left), Triceritops(back), and Apatosaurus(right).

The Indominus rex stalking from the bushes.

B. D. Wong as Dr. Henry Wu, chief geneticist and head of the team that created the dinosaurs for John Hammond's original Jurassic Park.

Owen inspecting scratches on the wall made by the Indominus rex. It is explained that two dinosaurs were created but she ate the other one.

Indominus rex appears and gives chase to Owen. Notice it has pretty long arms and giant hands with thumbs that allow it to grab and pick things up, something this poor worker sees first hand.

The skeleton of a Spinosaurus.

An Asset Containment Unit (ACU) officer from a private security company called InGen, which provides advanced security for the park, finds the tracking device that belonged to the Indominus rex. She is so advanced and intelligent, she remembered where the scientists placed the device and ripped it out.

Another look at the Indominus rex's ability to pick people up.

A look inside the park's security headquarters. RIP Craig.

The Indominus rex killed them but did not eat them to show that she is just killing for sport.

Ty Simpkins as Gray and Nick Robinson as Zach, the nephews of Claire Dearing, riding in a Gyrosphere with the Indominus rex right behind them.

The Indominus rex cracks the glass of the Gyrosphere with its claw.

Ankylosaurus(front) Metriacanthosaurus(back)

Vincent D'Onofrio as Vic Hoskins, head of security operations for InGen.

The bloody mouth of the Indominus rex.
Owen and his raptors going on the hunt for the Indominus rex.

Our first full look at the Indominus rex.

A helicopter crashes and releases the Pteranodons from their dome.

One of Owen's raptors attacking a person. The voice-over alludes that the Indominus rex is smart enough to communicate with the other dinosaurs. After that the trailer gives the impression that she is commanding the other dinosaurs. If this is true, it appears the commands of the Indominus rex have co-opted the training of the raptors.

The Indominus rex giving orders to a group of Pteranodons to begin attacking the humans. (not confirmed but trailer is cut to make it seem that way)



The Pteranodons and Dimorphodons begin snatching up visitors under order of the
Indominus rex.

The Mosasaurus jumping out of the water to grab a Pteranodon.


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