|Dan Weisman |||Nov 22, 2014 12:43 PM EST|
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"Jurassic Park" fans eagerly awaiting the release of the "Jurassic World" reboot got a taste Friday with the release of a teaser video to whet their appetites.
Not only that, but a trailer is expected around Thanksgiving, so Jurassic fans, of which there are legion, can get a proper taste.
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Chris Pratt stars in the reboot scheduled for release in June 2015. The teaser clip put online Friday refers back to a horrifying "Jurassic Park" scene. Spoiler alert, the teaser doesn't reveal all that much about the new version of the classic Steven Spielberg sci-fi adventure thriller, but hey, that's show biz.
The clip was released on the YouTube Universal Spain channel.
"Jurassic Park" came out two decades ago in 1993. Based on the classic Michael Crichton novel, and famously directed by Spielberg, the 1993 film pioneered special effect that were computer-generated setting the stage for many productions to follow. The film generated two sequels, but it's been more than 10 years since anybody dare broach the subject again.
Now, Hollywood is calling with the reboot, "Jurassic World," set in the good-to-go dino-themed park at Isla Nublar Island. The park is now in good working order, a popular dino-tourist destination. Uh-Oh, though, something has gone horribly wrong, again.
The reboot features "Guardians of the Galaxy" star Pratt along with young star actress Bryce Dallas Howard. Also suffering the slings and arrows of outrageous dinosaurs come to life are Judy Greer and Jake Johnson, popular these days for his role on "New Girl." BD Wong is back in his rebooted Dr. Wu role fans remember well from the original movie.
"Jurassic World" was filmed in Hawaii and New Orleans. Colin Tevorrow co-wrote and directed the movie. He made a name for himself with the very interesting indie sci-fi film "Safety Not Guaranteed," starring Aubrey Plaza, from "Parks and Recreation," Mark Duplass of "The League" and Johnson.
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