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Jurassic World


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The new trailer for Jurassic World was released a head of schedule. Possibly to be more competitive with the news that Star Wars VII will be releasing a trailer this weekend. Anyways I love Michael Crichton's Jurassic Park and had the wonderful opportunity to spend a weekend with Phil Tippett earlier this year.

Enjoy the trailer and I'm curious as to what anyone else thinks.



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I just saw it. Was this based off actual Crichton material or just the original books? Not sure how I feel about the story line of genetically engineering a Dino.


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Looks way better than 3 just from the trailer. Granted I only saw a few minutes of 3 but it was so bad, it had a shut it off.


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I don't believe it's based off of Crichton's material just in the world he created. New characters and plot lines not derived from the books. I can't tell if this is trying to be a reboot or continuation of the story. Reading one of the fake promo sites they released it sounds like inGen was bought out by another company and a few years after they rebuilt Jurassic Park but renamed it Jurassic World. As with all theme parks they had issues with stale attractions that everyone eventually got bored with. In an attempt to bring back business they start experimenting with genetics to create new animals.

God creates dinosaurs. God destroys dinosaurs. God creates man. Man destroys God. Man creates dinosaurs. Dinosaurs get boring. Man creates new life.


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Can't wait for this film. I saw the original when I was 12 on my first trip to WDW at Pleasure Island. It's been a long time JP.


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Didn't realize the trailer had been out for so long. I just saw it during the super bowl. Either way I think it's fantastic and can't wait for it!

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I think the film is set in a alternate timeline.
No it's set 22 years after the events of the first movie.

Not sure how I feel about the story line of genetically engineering a Dino.
I was worried about the same thing. It does look like Indominus rex should be pretty awesome. I was worried it would be some crazy thing with wings or tentacles or some nonsense.