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Colleen Rock, Staff Writer

The dinosaurs are alive once again in an upcoming sequel of the classic Jurassic Park. The movie is set twenty-two years later, and brings new futuristic tools, as well as new attractions.

The original Jurassic Park came out in 1993, and was directed by Steven Spielberg, that grossed about over $800 million world wide. Spielberg is back once again for this sequel, as the executive producer with wild things planned for the upcoming movie.

The trailer was released on November 25th, two days earlier than the set release date of Thanksgiving day, by Universal Pictures. It begins with two boys with their parents wishing them a farewell on their trip to the theme park. Where inside the park everything is brought to life, with an up close and personal view of the dinosaurs. The most shocking and interesting is the great white shark suspended up in the air as bait for an aquatic carnivore – Mosasaurus –  whose jaws come out, swallowing it in one gulp.

But with the new improved park, there of course needs to be some danger, or it wouldn’t be a real Jurassic Park movie. A new genetically developed hybrid dinosaur, D-Rex, is made to bring in more visitors to the park. Which of course completely backfires when the hybrid escapes leaving Owen, played by Chris Pratt, the duty in saving the visitors who are running to escape the park. Toward the end of the clip, Owen is found riding on a motorbike with raptors running along beside him.

You can check out everything from the weather to park capacity on the website exclusively for the park. It makes makes the park seem like a real one you can actually go to, with maps, tickets, and hotel recommendations.

The movie is set to come out in theaters on June 12, 2015.

 

 

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