THE long-awaited trailer to Jurassic World has been released.
The film, which is scheduled for release in June 2015, is the fourth in the Jurassic Park film series and the first since Jurassic Park III in 2001.
Three ‘Jurassic Park’ films have imagined the chaos that might ensue when scientists bring prehistoric animals to life as theme park attractions, but it appears that a new group of researchers are up for the challenge. As ominous music plays, the trailer shows a state-of-the-art Jurassic World park in which visitors can get up and close and personal with dinosaurs from the perceived safety of safari vehicles and automated transport pods. Take a good listen and you’ll notice the slow piano melody playing during the trailer is the Jurassic Park theme song, created by renowned composer John Williams.
Following the pleasant visuals, the camera cuts to a control room with a wall of surveillance footage, and a worried looking Howard. Elevator doors open to reveal Pratt dressed in safari clothing reminiscent of Jurassic Park series star Sam Neill.
“Twenty-two years after the events of Jurassic Park, Isla Nublar now features a fully functioning dinosaur theme park, Jurassic World, as originally envisioned by John Hammond,” the film’s synopsis read on IMDB. The original ‘Jurassic Park’ (1993) film won three Academy Awards, and remains a favourite with children and adults alike. The Steven Spielberg-directed action film was critically-acclaimed and a worldwide success. Spielberg departed the franchise after the second film, with Joe Johnston taking the helm for ‘Jurassic Park III,’ and Colin Treverrow directing ‘Jurassic World.’