Two new Jurassic World posters have been released, featuring some new looks at the Indominus Rex, as we approach a new trailer for the movie which will premiere on Monday, April 20.
Jurassic World may be overshadowed by press for Star Wars: The Force Awakens and The Avengers: Age of Ultron, but people are really excited about this movie. It’s going to be introducing an entirely new generation of moviegoers to the dinos most of us grew up being terrified of.
Today the film’s director, Colin Trevorrow, has released new poster for the film in anticipation for the new trailer on April 20. Check out Bryce Dallas Howard next to the new dinosaur Indominus Rex, and the Mosasaurus about to eat its next meal.
Update (April 19): Chris Pratt is featured on his motorcycle as his pack of raptors follow him in the final poster before Jurassic World’s new trailer premiere on Monday.
Bryce Dallas Howard will portray Claire Dearing, who will be running operations in the new park in Jurassic World. Chris Pratt portrays Owen Grady, a dino-wrangler, who seems to have some ability to control the deadly velociraptors in the new park. We found out in a recent clip that the two characters have been on a date before.
Jurassic World looks like it will be one amazingly epic adventure, and this time the sequel’s story feels like it will take place in an entirely functional theme park (which isn’t run by one person and Samuel L. Jackson as a backup), where it all goes incredibly wrong. With the previous Jurassic Park films, this wouldn’t have been possible due the fact that the parks weren’t open to the public when the mayhem began.
With the park completely full of tourists buying miniature dinos and overpriced food and drinks, Jurassic World will make for one massively epic disaster movie, with some talented mega-stars. Starring alongside Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard in Jurassic World are Jake Johnson, Judy Greer, Nick Robinson, Ty Simpkins, Katie McGrath, Vincent D’Onofrio, Lauren Lapkus, Omar Sy, and scientist BD Wong.
Jurassic World was written by Colin Trevorrow and Derek Connolly, who took over screenwriting duties when Trevorrow signed on to direct the sequel. The film’s release date has been set for June 12, 2015.