A recent report reveals that a fans will get a new sneak peek at Jurassic World at the 49th Super Bowl, which is set to take place on February 1.
The news was revealed on Good Morning America, and the spot will last for 30 seconds at the big event.
The first trailer for the movie was released in November. The clip starts with Gray (Ty Simpkins) being seen off by his parents at the airport as he heads to Jurassic World with a friend. The space is designed like a water park, and visitors are seen enjoying a feeding show, in which a massive dinosaur leaps out of the water to chompdown a shark that hangs atop. Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) seems to be one of the masterminds of the park and she is seen informing Owen (Chris Pratt) about a new hybrid dinosaur they have engineered. Owen expresses grave concern over this development.
The trailer is more suggestive and audiences are made aware of the danger that lurks about through the dialogue between characters, the prime villain, the hybrid dinosaur, is not made visible to us at any point. Owen is later seen telling Claire that the beast will kill anything that moves. There is one spectacular scene of Owen speeding on a motorbike with a bunch of medium dinosaurs racing with him.
In an interview, Pratt, who plays the lead role of Owen, the character is something of a behavioral expert on dinosaurs and helps train them, spoke about the fact that the park will be decaying and suffering from a loss of visitors. The creator will seek to rectify this by introducing a new attraction, which won't be the aquatic dinosaurs, but a new mutated breed of dinosaurs which are genetically engineered by human beings and not an organic subset of the species.
The bad guys in the movie are rumored to be portrayed by Vincent D'Onofrio and Irrfan Khan. D'Onofrio will be the CFO of Masrani Corp. which is owned by Masrani (Khan) who is also the owner of Jurassic World. The two might play the greedy buggers who don't mind putting people's lives in danger for a lucrative opportunity.
The movie has been directed by Colin Trevorrow and also stars Judy Greer.
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 the trailer for Jurassic World here: