We will warn you right now, this stuff may be spoiler-y, depending on how hardcore you view the definition of the term spoiler. This reguards upcoming quad-quel Jurassic World.
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JoBlo reported today that JURASSIC WORLD will be a real running theme park, complete with a monorail, shops, rides, and shows. It’s the most popular theme park and a family destination. To get there you have to take a high speed shuttle boat from Florida. Inside the park there are a multitude of activities, including a Dino petting zoo and a Hologram info center where you can learn about the methods they are using to create dinosaurs (an enhanced version of the original one). One of the rides is called a “Gyrosphere” that you can get in and ride around in the wild to get up close to the Dinos.
Business is good at the park, but the powers that be start to dream up new ways to keep customers coming back; namely by splicing Dino DNA with other dinos (and other species). That becomes the problem. They splice together a T-Rex, raptor, snake, and cuttlefish to create a monstrous new dino that, of course, gets loose and terrorizes the park. Dino expert Jack Horner says we’ll want to “keep the lights on” after seeing it.
And according to JoBlo’s source, there will be lots of Dino on Dino fighting, as some of the Dinos are “good guys” that are trained by Chris Pratt’s character. The raptors and T-Rex are among the “trained” good dinosaurs. The big bad dinosaur has instant camouflage abilities, like the cuttlefish, so he blends into the background, is smart like the velociraptor, uses his jaw like a snake, and can terrorize like the T-Rex. Does this mean the new dino will be the ONLY “bad” one? Or will there be more than one?
Oh. And we might even see one of the classic Jeeps in the new movie, too.
Jurassic World is being directed by Colin Trevorrow and stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Vincent D’Onofrio, Omar Sy, Ty Simpkins, Irrfan Khan, Ty Simpkins, Judy Greer, and Nick Robinson. It is set to roar into theaters on June 12, 2015.