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Chris Pratt Has Some Helpful Advice In This Jurassic World Photo

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“If something chases you…run.” That’s sound advice, and coming from this new photo from Colin Trevorrow’s upcoming Jurassic World, you can bet there are definitely things roaming around that you should get the hell away from, and pronto.

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Jurassic World Introduces All Of The Dinosaur Attractions

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Jurassic WorldDuring production, Jurassic World had a slew of problems with security. A number of major plot points leaked out, and were then confirmed by those involved, most notably director Colin Trevorrow. Though Vincent D’Onofrio assures fans we still don’t anywhere near the whole story yet, since these breaches, the film has taken measures to get out in front of things. One strategy they’ve employed is their viral website, gradually revealing more and more bits of information. Through this outlet we’ve seen security footage from the park, met D’Onofrio’s sinister character, and now we’re getting our first look at many of the dinosaurs we’ll see in the new film.

Jurassic World, the fourth film in the Jurassic Park franchise, finds the park of the title now open and fully operational. It’s the biggest tourist attraction in the world, and since some people are never satisfied, the money people commission a new dinosaur made from the DNA of a T-rex, Velociraptor, snake, and cuttlefish. If you’ve ever seen a movie before, you know that’s a bad, bad idea, and this vicious new creation escapes and wreaks havoc. Chris Pratt’s character, Owen, along with a trained team of Velociraptors, has to help rein this new beast in.

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Chris Pratt Plays With His Raptor Team In These Jurassic World Photos

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Jurassic WorldParks and Recreation may be over and done, but don’t worry, we’re still going to see Chris Pratt everywhere. We’re going to get Guardians of the Galaxy sequels for years, if he plays Indiana Jones that could go on for quite a while, and he’s seemingly up for damn near every male lead in Hollywood these days. But next we’re going to see him fight dinosaurs in Jurassic World, and today brings some new stills from that film.

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Meet Vincent D’Onofrio’s Dangerous Jurassic World Character

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Jurassic WorldWe’ve met one of the villains in Colin Trevorrow’s upcoming feature Jurassic Word, in the form of that nasty new, lab-grown dinosaur that’s a mixture of T-rex, Velociraptor, snake, and cuttlefish DNA. It’s hard to have a monster be the bad guy, and in that spirit, we’ve now got our first look at Vincent D’Onofrio’s character, who we’ve heard plays the human antagonist in the return to the Jurassic Park franchise.

D’Onofrio plays Vic Hoskins. In addition to running the theme park, the Masrani Corporation also has a great variety of interests around the globe, and as such, they have lots of assets to keep secure. Good old Vic is in charge of all of protecting all of this, and in this handy dandy, corporate introduction, you get the distinct impression that things are not always so simple and straightforward as they want you to think. You can’t help but presume that Vic and company are also responsible for “dealing” with internal problems for the company. He seems like the kind of guy who has disappeared the body of a whistleblower once or twice.

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Jurassic World May Feature This Other Weird Mash Up Dinosaur

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Jurassic WorldIf you’ve been paying attention to the news and trailers for Jurassic World, you know that the big bad antagonist is a genetically enhanced dinosaur cooked up in a lab. That tidbit leaked out and was later confirmed by director Colin Trevorrow, as well as the numerous looks we’ve had at this point. But if some new toys are to be believed, the Indominus rex as it is called, may not be the only new guy floating around.

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Jurassic World: Here’s How Chris Pratt Training Velociraptors Would Really Go

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Jurassic World is one of the movies we’re super pumped to see in 2015, and one of the most eye catching moments we’ve seen so far involves Chris Pratt’s character Owen working very closely, in a very vulnerable position, with a bunch of Velociraptors. We’re so used to seeing the vicious predators hunting down wayward children that watching them being trained like pets is definitely not what you expected to see. It seems like it could go so horribly wrong in so many ways, and this new video from the “How It Should Have Ended” folks imagines exactly how that might go down. As the note with the video says, “After Jurassic World’s Super Bowl Trailer we got to talking about raptors and motorcycles, and then this video happened.”

You know how there are some animals that can be trained and domesticated to a degree, but will always retain a sense of wildness and unpredictability? Like why you’re never supposed to keep a raccoon as a pet, because you can only civilize them to a point. That’s the feeling you get with the Velociraptors. Sure, we know that they’re smart enough to learn to do just about anything (except recognize their own reflection), but you get the feeling that no matter what bond you form with them, they’re always right on the verge of ripping you to shreds.

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