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New 'Jurassic World' Trailer Unveils More Dino Details and Theme Park Damage

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With the park’s opening getting closer, Universal has released the most violent and revelatory trailer for Jurassic World yet.

The film, written and directed by Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed), zooms ahead to the future — past the disasters that went down in the first three films — to a time when a fully operational theme park resort attracts tourists like a pre-historic SeaWorld. The whole operation seems to be going quite well — until the profit-hungry management decides that bringing dinosaurs back from the dead is no longer a good enough business plan. Now, they’ve genetically modified a new, even bigger dinosaur: The Indominus Rex.

It was a big mistake, because as this trailer reveals, the new creature is a genius killing machine, laying waste to humans with reckless abandon (and initially slaying a few dinos, as well). Things get worse when the Indominus Rex begins organizing other dinosaurs into a nightmare giant reptile militia, which could sink the island into an ocean of blood — and only Chris Pratt, as the cocky dino-whisperer Owen Grady, can save them.

In this new trailer, we get a fuller sense of just how dangerous this new dinosaur is, as well as a better picture of the damage he’s causing — both in taking human lives and wrecking the infrastructure of the park. The rides and concourses of the park seem to take nods from both SeaWorld and more traditional theme parks like Universal Studios (which makes sense, given the parent company) and Disney World, especially the Animal Kingdom in Orlando. 

Here’s a suggestion for future travelers: Not even Donald Duck would ever go on this crazy of a rampage. 

Jurassic World hits theaters on June 12.