Can Chris Pratt's character save theme park visitors from a deadly, genetically modified dinosaur?

By Kathy Ehrich Dowd
November 25, 2014 01:45 PM

The official trailer for Jurassic World is out – and it looks like a visit to this fictional theme park could be downright deadly.

Like the original 1993 movie, the fourth installment of the Jurassic series transports viewers to a theme park filled with scary and awe-inspiring creatures that roamed the Earth a million years ago.

Park “attractions” include watching a ferocious aquatic dinosaur gobble up a shark like it’s a snack, and hitching a ride on a gyroscope as massive dinosaurs run through the wilderness.

But the most terrifying aspect of the park?

That seems to be happening behind the scenes, as scientist Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) unveils a genetically modified hybrid dinosaur that apparently makes the other dinosaurs on Isla Nublar look like chumps.

Fortunately, hero Owen (Chris Pratt) is on the case, and somehow makes us feel like everything will be okay. Sort of.

“You just went and made a new dinosaur,” Owen tells Claire in the two-minute, 40-second trailer, released Tuesday. “Probably not a good idea.”

The blood-thirsty test tube dinosaur wreaks havoc on the park, and make us wonder whether everyone makes it out alive.

Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until June 12 to find out.

In the meantime, learn more about the upcoming summer blockbuster here – and good luck sleeping tonight.

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