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Chris Pratt And Bryce Dallas Howard Feature In New Images From Jurassic World
Dinosaurs just off camera

12 June 2014  |  Written by James White  |  Source: AV Club

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After some hiccups in development, a few extra script drafts and a long negotiating session with a pesky Plesiosaur’s agent, Jurassic World is finally just one year away. To mark its approach, we now have some new images from the film, as provided to the AV Club.

With Safety Not Guaranteed director Colin Trevorrow marshalling both the humans and the dinosaurs, we know that Jurassic World is set years after Steven Spielberg’s original film, at a time when Jurassic Park is actually a functioning attraction on Isla Nublar. In fact, it does its job so well that dinosaurs are almost commonplace.

Chris Pratt, still in muscly Guardians Of The Galaxy mode, plays a scientist doing behavioural research on the raptors (“Let’s see what happens when we take away the puppy…”) when everything, in true Jurassic fashion, goes nuts again. Bryce Dallas Howard, meanwhile, will be a corporate type involved in the Park, one who might just have to team up with Pratt when toothy menaces start stalking the place. Also featured are Ty Simpkins and Nick Robinson, who also factor into the plot in a way that hasn’t yet been made clear. Perhaps they're lunch.

Omar Sy, Vincent D'Onofrio, Irrfan Khan, Jake Johnson, Judy Greer, B.D. Wong, Katie McGrath and Lauren Lapkus also show up in the film, which has yet to show off any of its dino-stars. They, including a new, genetically tinkered terrible lizard, will be rampaging on our screens next June 12. Mark your diaries and hold on to your butts.


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“Let’s see what happens when we take away the puppy…”
It's nice to see people are recognising Ghostbusters 2 significance. More

Posted by choochoonesme at 04:49 on 14 June 2014 | Report This Post

White Suit and kids
more of the same old sh!t then More

Posted by Mr.Beak at 16:01 on 13 June 2014 | Report This Post

Re: Same old same old
And what on eath would be the point of it being anything else? You don't go and watch a Dinosaur(especial a JP) movie for any other reason. Do you? More

Posted by manufan at 14:20 on 13 June 2014 | Report This Post

I thought Chris Pratt was cast as a military type? Guess he could be that as well. Definate Steve McQueen/Great Escape vibes from that picture... there better be a dino v bike chase... More

Posted by andrewkassell at 09:10 on 13 June 2014 | Report This Post

Same old same old
Is this going to be the same formula as the other films? Lots of people running around an island and trying not get eaten by a Dinosaur? I hope not...... More

Posted by ginge9201 at 08:34 on 13 June 2014 | Report This Post

I hope none of these stunningly attractive people get eaten. Vincent D is in it? Oh well. Dino food. More

Posted by UTB at 20:59 on 12 June 2014 | Report This Post

looks like Beckham
on his oh so trendy vintage bike More

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