Leaked Jurassic World Trailer Breakdown Opens Up A Wealth Of Rumoured Possibilities
With production wrapped on the famous Isla Nublar, we can surely expect the first trailer for Colin Trevorrow’s Jurassic World to lumber onto the Internet in the coming weeks — in fact, it’s been reported that the footage is set to debut alongside Interstellar at the beginning of November.
However, if you’re like us and just can’t wait until that fabled date, JurassicWorld.org has published a report the contains an alleged play-by-play breakdown of the film’s maiden trailer, as provided by YouTube user Ivan Flores. Unfortunately, just as we were about to publish this post, the analysis has been removed by NBC Universal, who has blocked the video on copyright grounds. Whether this lends credence to Flores’ discussion or rules it out altogether is something we’ll let you decide.
In essence, Flores skates around some of the purported highlights from the footage, which he managed to see thanks to an early preview. Among these scenes include island visitors getting up close and personal with the native dinosaurs, while another clip showcases a Great White Shark being gobbled up whole by a luring Mosasaur.
But perhaps the most enticing snippet that Flores touches upon, and indeed one that aligns with the film’s alleged plot, is of Bryce Dallas Howard stating the line, “we have learned more about genetics in the past decade than the past century” and “we are now able to create our own dinosaurs from scratch.”
Last and certainly not least, the supposed Jurassic World preview footage ends with Chris Pratt’s Owen, who surveys the ongoing chaos before ushering the line, “if we’re gonna do this, we’re gonna do this my way.” Thereafter, he is seen patting a muzzled velociraptor on the head before the bipedal flesh-eating machines are seen charging through the jungle.
Alas, it goes without saying that this trailer breakdown should be approached with caution. And while Universal is yet to unveil any footage from the much-anticipated reboot to date, we can surely expect the trailer to launch officially in the next few months. So, hold onto your butts.
With or without muzzled velociraptors, Jurassic World will roar into theaters on June 2nd, 2015. For the detailed breakdown, you can head on over to JurassicWorld.org.