Alongside the trailer several still have been released on the Jurassic World website:
But there aren't nearly enough dinosaurs in the above image selection, so continue after the jump for oodles of screencaps from the trailer, to drink in every moment. Plus some other teases from the film:
So, let's start with a visit to the fully realised and popular attraction, Jurassic World:
Which is full of beautiful glorious dinosaurs, viewable from boats, cars, "gyrospheres" and a very big aquatic stadium:
These were all created by Jurassic World's hard working scientists, but they've been naughty, and made a new super-dino too!
And that's when everything goes wrong again, with a broken gyrosphere, and screaming, and running, and shouting, and more running, and lots of somber faces:
And then, twist, our hero works with velociraptors now?!
More? Well, here are a couple of images posted by the Jurassic World Instagram, including, intriguingly, the sign Nedry knocked over in the original Jurassic Park:
a great viral site, for Masrani, the new owners of Ingen and Jurassic World. The site gives a full overview of the global company, which also works in energy and communications industries, including a history of Jurassic World:
Soon after the acquisition of InGen in 1998, Simon Masrani looked to work at a plan that seemed impossible given the circumstances of the years preceding - the control and re-invention of a new theme park on Isla Nublar. Experts from the Masrani company were collected together, along with Dr. Henry Wu from the InGen company, to plan for the greatest theme park and attractions ever constructed in humankind's history.The site also includes lots of behind the scenes images from Ingen and Jurassic World:
Simon Masrani used subsidaries Axis Boulder Engineering and Timack Construction to work on the preparation and planning prior to construction on the island. Construction workers were protected from native wildlife by InGen security over the course of the three years from 2002 until completion in 2004. With over $1.2 billion alone spent in concrete and building materials, this project was never underestimated.
"The most incredible thing about the project for me was the fact that we were able to construct so far off the mainland, while maintaining all deadlines", explains Jurassic World Project Manager Mr. Eli Jacobs. "The logistics and the planning were just incredible. Security teams, perimeter fencing, scientists, quarantine zones ... it was quite the atmosphere."
Simon Masrani was taking no chance.
Simon adds, "The sense of security proved vital in the establishment of Jurassic World. The media were having a frenzy at the time, conservation groups around the globe were looking and waiting for any incident to tarnish our reputation to try and take Isla Nublar away from us. We had to set a feeling of safety, for when the time came for opening in 2005, we had to ensure people were willing to come."
And come they did ... Jurassic World officially opened in June 2005 to an incredible 98,120 visitors in its first month of operation.
Jurassic World is out next summer. Can't wait!