Updated 08:36 PM EDT, Wed, Oct 20, 2021

'Jurassic World' Trailer, Release Date & Cast: Are These The New Dinosaurs?

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In the last trailer of "Jurassic World," not much was revealed about the deadly new dinosaurs. While there were hints here and there as to what these would look like, only their feet and glimpses of shadows were actually seen.

However, a new ad from car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz seem to give fans the full treatment regarding the new dinosaurs by showing via Twitter what seemed to be the clearest image of the Idominus Rex to date.

The hybrid dinosaur will serve as the main villain in the story as it went loose on a crowd of the park's visitors, bringing chaos along with it.

According to Venture Capital Post, the Mercedes-Benz new GLE Coupe was seen sitting on the edge of the cliff in a jungle, with the Indominus Rex's head seen from the trees and sizing up the silver car.

Already shown to have a light gray / brow color with spines along its neck and forehead, with red, beady eyes and yellowed teeth, the new monster is as menacing as dinosaurs go.

However, as the news outlet noted, it's somewhat strange that the producers of "Jurassic World" decided to debut their biggest villain via a car ad but that's not the only place where the monster can be seen. Empire Magazine also put the Indominus Rex on the cover of their magazine recently, and another trailer showed additions that the park boasted at its reopening including aquatic and flying dinos.

"Jurassic World" stars Chris Pratt, Vincent D'Onofrio, Bryce Dallas Howard and Judy Greer.

Meanwhile, Pratt, the actor who has been enlisted in projects left and right over the next few years, clarified that he is not teaming up with Channing Tatum for the new "Ghostbusters" movie, shooting down the rumors by telling GQ, "No one has ever even spoken to me about that. Never."

He even mentioned that he's seen Tatum a couple of times but there was no mention of the "Ghostbusters" film directed his way. Design & Trend confirmed that even though Pratt won't be in the remake, Tatum is still going to be one of the actors in the film for Ghostcorps, the production company that develops projects and merchandising related to the "Ghostbusters Franchise."

"Jurassic World" will be released in theaters on June 12, 2015. Are you excited yet?


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