Updated 03:06 AM EST, Tue, Nov 30, 2021

'Jurassic Park 4: World' Release Date, Cast & Trailer: Mutant Diabolus Rex Spoilers We Know So Far

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The first "Jurassic World" trailer has just arrived, and speculations regarding the hybrid dinosaur, the Diaboulus Rex, has gone wild, with notes of the creature scaling forty-foot walls, making it really scary.

According to website NukeThe Fridge.com, it has the mixed characteristics of a Velociraptor, a Tyrannosaurus Rex, and even a cuttlefish with color-changing properties like that of a chameleon.

There are very few things known about the Diabolus Rex -- in fact, most of it is still a mystery. However, here are the things we do know, and we hope it's enough to say that the diabolical creature has earned the name for itself.

1) It was made to create a bigger and meaner dinosaur to keep visitors of the park interested. However, it has gone rogue, and an entertainment park on a secluded island is no place for rogue dinosaurs. According to director Colin Trevorrow in a report from ScreenCrush, "The gaps in her sequence were filled with DNA from other species, much like the genome in the first film was completed with frog DNA. This creation exists to fulfill a corporate mandate-they want something bigger, louder, with more teeth. And that's what they get."

2) It is so scary, that even fellow dinosaurs are fighting for its demise. Screencrush has noted that previous films see dinosaurs as monsters, however, in "Jurassic World" lead actor Chris Pratt has with him some Velociraptors to help fight the Diabolus Rex and save the park.

3) Air Herald notes that the D-Rex appears to be white with red eyes and red coloring patterns, as images for "Jurassic World" toy dinosaurs were leaked online. Overall, the website notes that the D-rex is very similar to the Tyrannosaurus Rex, but with larger front arms. However, these images were soon removed at the request of Universal Pictures.

But while the park is not yet open for business, Universal Studios made a viral website as a promotional tool for the film. The site for Masrani Global has information on the fictional company that built Jurassic World. It even has statements from CEO Simon Masrani and includes photos if the park, including the lab where they made the rogue Diabolus Rex.

Most importantly for "Jurassic Park" fans, the website is also said to include pictures of DB Wong, who will be reprising his role as Dr. Henry Wu from the original film, and confirming that he did, indeed survive the disaster that struck the park all those years ago.

What do you think of "Jurassic World," are you excited to catch a glimpse of the Diabolus Rex?

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