New 'Jurassic World' Trailer Features Brutal New Hybird Dinosaur, Indominus Rex (VIDEO)

Universal Pictures just released its latest trailer for "Jurassic World," putting the spotlight on a new breed of dinosaur, Indominus Rex.

Sci-fi adventure film, "Jurassic World" just gave audiences their first look at a brutal new hybrid dinosaur called Indominus Rex in the latest trailer released for the "Jurassic Park" franchise.

The movie, based on the best-selling novel by Michael Crichton, will be bringing theater goers back to the infamous Isla Nublar when it premieres in theaters on June 12 this year.

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The upcoming film features an improved and fully functional dinosaur theme park which realizes the dream initially envisioned by the original owner and InGen founder character, John Hammond from the first film.

With the park's development, Masrani Global Corporation, who now owns the attraction, has created a new genetically modified dinosaur as a novel animal to bring up the park's sluggish attendance. As with all "Jurassic Park" films, the new hybrid, revealed to be a faster, smarter, more dangerous, and ultimately brutal lizard, inevitably escapes confinement and wrecks violent havoc on Isla Nublar.

The trailer shows a preview of just how deadly the Velociraptor hybrid, Indominus Rex is after it eats its sibling during feeding time.

It also ups the ante on the violence that's been showcased so far by the past films in the franchise that previewed relatively mild attacks. "Jurassic World" won't be concentrating on just a rampaging T-Rex or a couple of ravenous Velociraptors this time around, and audiences should expect screaming tourists picked up at random by swooping Ptrerosaurs, and various body parts flung and fed on by other escaped carnivorous residents of the park.

"Jurassic World" will be starring "Guardians of the Galaxy's" breakout star, Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Vincent D'Onofrio, Ty Simpkins, Irrfan Khan, Jake Johnson, Nick Robinson, B.D. Wong, Omar Sy, and Brian Ty. Produced by Frank Marshall and Patrick Crowley, it is helmed by Colin Trevvor of "Safety Not Guaranteed" fame.

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