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Colin Trevorrow Teases ‘Jurassic World’ Dinosaurs

From Slashfilm:

Last week, official images of the humans in Jurassic World were released. And sure, it was cool seeing Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard in that world. Fans, however, really just want to see some dinosaurs. That reveal is probably at least a few months away, as filming is still underway and many of the dinosaurs are sure to be computer-generated. (Cinema, Jurassic World)

darklordzor  +   34d ago
I'm crossing my fingers for seeing something at SDCC. Obviously not expecting any finished footage of dinos (since they're still filming), but it would be awesome to see a model or something of the new one.
ironfist92  +   33d ago
Just hoping they tease water dinos
aDDicteD  +   33d ago
it might be the shadow of the hybrid dinosaur that they confirmed weeks ago. basrd on the shadow of the snout its not exactly like t-rex.
johny5  +   33d ago
looks crocodilian, maybe Sarcosuchus?

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