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Colin teases Raptor ahead of tomorrow's trailer
Posted by Jack DLM - Saturday 31 January 2015 at 05:18PM - 7 Comments

While fans are eargerly awaiting tomorrow's new Jurassic World trailer which is premiering at the Super Bowl, director Colin Trevorrow and the team are no doubt deep into the post-production on the film, ensuring the dinosaurs and visual effects work are up to scratch before the release this June.

However, Colin took two minutes away today to share with us a new photo that features one of the Velociraptors in the film. Click the photo below for the full size!

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The Raptor looks like it is on the hunt, deep in the jungles of Isla Nublar. Very glad to be seeing the classic Raptor design returning and this is the kind of photo that really feels like Jurassic Park!

See you tomorrow.



Colin Trevorrow warns us about the new hybrid dinosaur!
Posted by Jack DLM - Saturday 31 January 2015 at 10:20AM - 10 Comments

Two days ago, the new hybrid dinosaur in Jurassic World was officially revealed via the Masrani Global and Jurassic World website. The Indominus Rex is a genetic hybrid, created by the scientists at Jurassic World. It looks like a T-Rex, but contains genetic material from the Carnotaurus, Majungasaurus, Rugops and Giganotosaurus.

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The fictional park website certainly hints at how dangerous this dinosaur is, and we got a silhouetted tease of how it looks. Now, Colin has spoken with USA Today about the hybrid, warning us of how crazy it may be...

"When you grow up in captivity,  you don’t know your mother and you’ve never seen another thing like you. Farmers will tell you that hybrid cows are a little crazy. What we did was had this corporation create something new with modern genetics but it was driven by that need to constantly offer the audience something with more teeth. As a result, there’s only one of them, so it’s ‘the other,’ and it makes these other synthetic dinosaurs into something organic in comparison to this."

It's great that Colin spoke about the new dinosaur, and hopefully we'll be seeing more of her in the Super Bowl trailer. What do you think will happen to this new hybrid dinosaur at Jurassic World when it is revealed?

With only one day to go until the Super Bowl, be sure to stay tuned to our website, Twitter and Facebook for our trailer coverage!

Source: USAToday



New concept art teases Indominus Rex!
Posted by Jack DLM - Thursday 29 January 2015 at 06:53PM - 17 Comments

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Today, the official Jurassic World website updated and revealed a new piece of artwork showcasing the name of the new hybrid dinosaur at the park: the Indominus Rex.

The image shows a family orientated crowd walking towards a very large enclosure, strikingly similar to the large enclosure that we shared photos of a while back. Inside the enclosure we can see a huge block of seating which means that potentially, the Indominus Rex will be on display for the public.

The new dinosaur was also named on the viral website Masrani Global where the CEO, Simon Masrani, spoke of InGen's latest work in the lab...

"Today at Masrani, we have a fantastic announcement to make. Over the last three years, the brilliant minds at InGen, lead by the great visionary Dr. Henry Wu, have brought us a new attraction for Jurassic World – the likes of which have never been seen before. While I cannot reveal any important information behind its creation at this time, I can reveal the title of our finest endeavor: the Indominus Rex."

The blog further describes that 'Indominus' means fierce and untamable, which is probably something they don't want to be promoting!

Also found on the official website is some new information on the hybrid dinosaur. It's length is currently 40ft - which hints that she is still growing. According to the website, she closely resembles a T-Rex, but has a distinctive head ornamentation. The I-Rex has genetic material from the Carnotaurus, Majungasaurus, Rugops, and Giganotosaurus.

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The roar of the hybrid is estimated to reach 140-160db (the same as a Boeing 747 taking off and landing!) and they have clocked the I-Rex at 30mph... you have an I-Rex?

Stay tuned for all the latest news on Jurassic World by following our Twitter and Facebook!

Source: Masrani Global



LEGO Jurassic World game announced & will include the stories of all 4 films!
Posted by ChrisLikesDinos - Thursday 29 January 2015 at 02:58PM - 12 Comments

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Hold on to your bricks! LEGO Jurassic World the game has been officially announced! We first broke the news that a LEGO game based upon Jurassic World was coming on September 2nd, and today the details have been made public:

LEGO Jurassic World™
Following the epic storylines of Jurassic Park, The Lost World: Jurassic Park and Jurassic Park III, as well as the highly anticipated Jurassic World, LEGO Jurassic World is the first videogame where players will be able to relive and experience all four Jurassic films. The game will be available in June for the Xbox One, all-in-one games and entertainment system, the Xbox 360 games and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®3 computer entertainment systems, PlayStation®Vita handheld entertainment system, the Wii U™ system from Nintendo, Nintendo 3DS™ hand-held system, and Windows PC.

LEGO Jurassic World is being developed by TT Games, and will include the storylines of all 4 films! Releasing this June alongside the movie LEGO Jurassic World is a must buy for any fan of the franchise! You can currently follow LEGO Jurassic World on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram!

We expect today's news to be just the tip of the iceberg - more news should hit soon and new movie footage has been confirmed to air February 1st during the Super Bowl! Be sure to stay tuned to this site for the latest on everything Jurassic World!

Source: Business Wire



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