A select few got a first look at the Jurassic World trailer at a special screening, and one of the audience members leaked a pretty detailed description of the clip online.
A few websites like Slash Film and JoBlo.com sourced the brief, which has now been taken off due to rights issues, from JurassicWorld.org. White sharks and muzzled raptors feature in the clip according to the description.
There has also been a lot of speculation surrounding the release of the trailer and some reports suspect that some of the film footage might be unveiled in November.
A report has it from an inside source that fans will be treated to footage from the movie in November. This ties in with earlier speculation about the trailer releasing with Interstellar or The Hunger Games, both of which hit theaters that month.
International Business Times reported the news on October 3, that would get fans super excited. But we'll take this alleged development with a pinch of salt. As recently another report dated September 18, stated that the unveiling of the trailer would be coupled with the release of Hunger Games: Mocking Jay.
This was preceded by a development that hinted at the timing of the release of the Jurassic World trailer and stated that it will be a highlight at the next Super Bowl in 2015.
The report revealed details about the promotion plan for the fourth instalment in the Jurassic Park franchise. It revealed that the railers and TV spots of the movie will be tied in with big events like the Kid's Choice Awards and Super Bowl. Also adding that there will be a T-Rex statue at Times Square courtesy New York's Toys R Us right before the movie is set to hit theaters.
Jurassic World has been directed by Colin Trevorrow and stars Chris Pratt, Jake Johnson and Bryce Dallas Howard.
On August 5, director Colin Trevorrow announced it was officially a wrap and that Jurassic World was done filming with a shot -- featuring the clapboard in the jaws of a T-Rex -- from the set via his Twitter account.
Fans have only had a glimpse at the movie through stills and pictures from set that have been revealed until now.
The Jurassic Park films are based on Michael Crichton's series of novels about pre-historic beasts being revived by revolutionary gene technology. Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley are co-producing the film alongside Steven Spielberg, who directed the first two installments in the franchise. Irrfan Khan and Ty Simpkins also star in the movie.
The film will hit theaters on June 12, 2015.
Watch a trailer for Jurassic Park here: