‘Jurassic World’ TV Spot Features a Dinosaur Petting Zoo, Which Is Also Probably Not a Good Idea
Universal has revealed another new TV spot for Jurassic World, featuring a little bit of new footage from the upcoming sequel — most notably, a dinosaur petting zoo, where park attendees can interact with little, (allegedly) harmless dinosaurs. This whole place is teeming with bad ideas, although the worst is definitely that big bad hybrid dino, Indominus Rex.
Okay, a dinosaur petting zoo seems kind of fun, and the visitors do look like they’re having a magical time. That is, until Indominus breaks out of containment to wreak havoc on dinosaurs and visitors alike. You’d think these people would have learned by now, but nope, they just have to keep hatching carnivorous dinosaurs that simply cannot be contained.
Jurassic World takes place 22 years after the events of the first film, as John Hammond’s vision — and then some — is fully realized with a functional theme park, filled with dinosaurs. In an effort to increase attendance, Hammond Labs cooks up a terrifying and deadly hybrid, which soon reminds them all why man should not play God (because Jeff Goldblum is not around this time to warn them).
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