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'Jurassic Park 4: World' Release Date, Cast & Trailer: TV Spot to be Released During the Super Bowl?

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A new sneak peek for "Jurassic World" will air during the 49th Super Bowl on February 1, as confirmed by "Good Morning America."

The film's commercial spot during the football game will be around 30 seconds long and will cost about $4.5 million, which is "up 12.5 percent from a spot in last year's broadcast," ABC News noted.

"Jurassic World," the fourth installment of the popular sci-fi franchise which debuted in 1993, is scheduled to open in 2D, 3D, and iMax theaters on June 12, 2015, Coming Soon reported. The movie will star Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Ty Simpkins, Jake Johnson, Nick Robinson, Irrfan Khan, Vincent D'Onofrio, BD Wong, Omar Sy, Judy Greer, Katie McGrath, Lauren Lapkus, and Andy Buckley.

Colin Trevorrow directed the film while Steven Spielberg, who created the past "Jurassic Park" films, serves as the executive producer. The upcoming movie has been in development since 2001 and was only given a go by Universal Pictures in early 2013, according to JurassicWorld.org. Filming took place in the island of Kauai at Hawaii, New Orleans, the Six Flags theme park, and at Big Easy Studios inside the NASA complex.

When asked what fans can expect from "Jurassic World," Khan, one of the cast members, said that the film is similar to a "scary adventure."

"For sure it will have more vibe. It's the Jurassic World of these times, with all the technical experimentation. It has now become a fully-bloomed dinosaur amusement park. Dinosaurs in this film will definitely be scary, but this is not a horror film, so it will be like a scary adventure," the actor told The Hollywood Reporter.

SlashFilm talked to Trevorrow several months ago to discuss the differences between "Jurassic World" and the first three "Jurassic Park" films. According to the director, the movie will feature a daring new story that is different from an established formula.

"We're trying to tell a bold new story that doesn't rely on a proven formula, because the movies we watch over and over again are the ones that surprised us, that worked when they shouldn't have," he told SlashFilm.

Trevorrow also went on to explain that the production team understands some fans' disappointments on the sequels of the movies they loved. But the director also stressed out that "Jurassic World" is an opportunity to cater to the new generation, and changes are bound to happen, according to SlashFilm.

"I understand the risks of leaving the safe zone. But with all this talk of filmmakers 'ruining our childhood,' we forget that right now is someone else's childhood. This is their time. And I have to build something that can take them to the same place those earlier films took us. It may not happen in the same way everyone expects it to, but it's the way I believe it needs to happen," Trevorrow said, as quoted by the news outlet.

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