Oct 11, 2014 02:05 AM EDT
Not much has been heard about "Jurassic World" since shoots for the film began in April this year except that it is set to premiere in U.S. cinemas on June 12, 2015. The few information, though, that got the chance to be circulated in the past weeks are either unverified or have already been scrapped from the present plot.
However, "leakages" on the film's supposed trailer have been seeping through the web after a certain Ivan Flores claimed to have seen the trailer, twice, specifically at the Regal Cinema, after he had allegedly "been approached to take part in a survey for the film's trailer."
It turned out Flores, who has been randomly selected to take part in the survey, was able to take a video of himself being interviewed after the viewing.
The video was then uploaded in Youtube, but the video description of the movie was also taken down as requested by NBC/Universal due to copyright issue. A full transcription of the movie trailer's description was originally available at Jurassicworld.org but was also eventually removed.
Despite the omission, some sites were still able to provide a breakdown of the spoilers leaked by Flores in social media.
According to Screenrant, among those that were revealed about the trailer are:
1. Tourists traveling by ferryboat to Isla Nublar, where an operational amusement park is located.
2. Presence of dinosaur attractions at "Jurassic World", with use of the Gyrosphere.
3. A Great White Shark being fed to a large aquatic dinosaur.
4. Some dinosaurs have been presumed to be engineered by the park's scientists- gets loose and cause chaos in the area.
The site also said that "the trailer concludes with Chris Pratt's character, a dinosaur handler, revealing that he has muzzled Velociraptors, whose behavior he has studied, tamed, and employed to help track down and recapture the renegade creature."
As for the setting of the movie, which in its prequels showed a number of visitors/tourists gaping in awe of the "Jurassic Park", "Jurassic World" seemed to be a commonplace park for the already dwindling number of guests. This led the management to experiment on the genetic combination of the T-Rex and the velociraptor, which produced the "Diabolus Rex", leaked enztars.com.
The Jurassic Park films are based on the late Michael Crichton's series of novels on dinosaurs, which after being revived by revolutionary gene technology, have caused chaos to the once booming tourist park.
Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley are co-producing the film alongside Steven Spielberg.
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