‘Jurassic World’ Final Trailer: Indominus Rex Hatches and it’s All Downhill From Here
The final trailer for Jurassic World takes on a more insidious tone, from the jarring piano score to the shot of baby Indominus Rex hatching interspersed with shots of relentless dino-violence. This is a park built on bad ideas, and Indominus Rex is the worst idea of them all. Welcome to Jurassic World, I guess?
From what I’ve heard, the hatching of Indominus Rex is the opening scene of the film, and although we only get a few short glimpses of it here, the image is quite striking. The rest of the final trailer for Jurassic World is filled with footage we’ve seen before: the kids under siege in the gyrosphere, the pterodactyls picking people off in the panicked crowd, and that raptor awesomely charging through the car window at Bryce Dallas Howard — that last one is a straight-up horror movie shot.
Set 22 years after the events in Jurassic Park, Jurassic World is open and business is booming, but when attendance takes a bit of a drop, the corporate minds behind the park hatch a plan to create new hybrid dinosaurs to attract more visitors. That plan, obviously, goes terribly wrong.
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