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Watch a Short ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Clip Before Full Trailer!

Watch a Short ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Clip Before Full Trailer!

It was erroneously reported earlier this week that the official trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom would be debuting this past Thursday, but we quickly learned that the report was a mistake. It’s actually hitting the net this coming Thursday, December 7.

Ahead of the trailer, check out a sneak peek clip below!

In Fallen Kingdom

“With all of the wonder, adventure and thrills synonymous with one of the most popular and successful franchises in cinema history, this all-new motion-picture event sees the return of favorite characters and dinosaurs—along with new breeds more awe-inspiring and terrifying than ever before.”

J. A. Bayona (A Monster Calls) directed the new installment.

Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are returning for the sequel, which also stars Jeff Goldblum, along with Justice Smith, James Cromwell and Toby Jones. Colin Trevorrow, who directed Jurassic World, wrote the script for the sequel with Derek Connolly.

Producers Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley once again join executive producers Steven Spielberg and Trevorrow. Belén Atienza also produced.

Life finds a way on June 22, 2018.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom



  • Boydon

    lmao that was some hilariously bad interaction with CGI.

    • NoGutzNoGory

      The movie is 6 months away from release. When will people finally realize these shots are not fully complete yet? Every big movie tease trailer from the last several years has always been like this… and people bitch.

      • Boydon

        simmer down. i was referring to the bad ACTING, not the effects. you would have realized that, had you taken the time to read my comment before shooting off your knee-jerker.

      • Mightygil

        I’m still waiting for them to finish the effects on the last one. Hasn’t happened yet…

  • Tadeusz Lorenzo Potocki

    Still running from the Dino’s. That dead horse that just keeps on giving.

    • Adean

      Pretty sure I would run from a volcano AND a Dino stampede too.

  • Josh Nitsche

    The Jurassic World trailer had a sense of fun to it; with an open park and all the tourist. If this aims for a sense of danger and dread, I don’t think it will have the same effect. I think audiences swarmed to the first one because it was light-hearted.

    • Tyler

      Completely agree. I hope this doesn’t go the route as part 3 did – just a bunch of running around in the forest. Jurassic World may not have been the best one but it is the most fun to re-watch a 1,000 times.

    • Mightygil

      The thing is a lot of people, myself included, thought it sucked. If they want it to be as big as the last one it’s gonna have to switch things up

      • Josh Nitsche

        I wouldn’t consider 22% of people a lot. I’d consider it less than 1/4 and it would be silly to appeal to the minority. We’ve already seen their attempted scary Jurassic Park films and they’ve failed twice. The original does so well because it was the first of its kind.

        • Mightygil

          22% from where?? The original is amazing and is by far the best one, but I thought World was by far the worst one (which I realize IS a minority opinion)

          • Josh Nitsche

            That’s the audience score on Rotten for Jurassic World. People don’t respond to the life in peril aspect, as proven by Jurassic Park 2 and 3.

          • Mightygil

            Every single one is life in peril so I am not sure what that’s supposed to mean. I guess everybody has their own site for scores, but I’ve never heard of anybody using the one for Rotten Tomatoes

          • Josh Nitsche

            Ah, I understand, that is vague, my apologies… I’m saying, fear, dread, and scares take precedent over fun, exciting, and comedic… I certainly wouldn’t base my opinion on something found on IMDb. I don’t know of any other sites personally.

          • Mightygil

            I think a mix of “scares” and laughs works best like the original. I can agree 2 and 3 took themselves too seriously, but world was mediocre in every aspect for me: scares, laughs, characters, visuals, story. My expectations going in was it would be the best after the original, but it completely failed me. I agree on IMDB. I don’t use any specific site per se because you need to read the quality of what individuals are saying. How many of these people in audience scores actually care about the movie they watched?? Would they write a review or actually buy the movie or is it just another popcorn flick that the easily satisfied enjoyed?? Would they talk about it on bloody disgusting or other sites?? Most of what I’ve read and talked with others thought it was a poor movie, though some enjoyed it anyways, but they had legit reasons for feeling the way they did

          • Josh Nitsche

            That’s cool, man. Sorry you didn’t like it as much as I did.

          • Isn’t Rotten Tomatoes just professional critics? (Correct me if I’m wrong, maybe I’ve been reading the site wrong.) While I do appreciate professional reviews, I don’t tend to think of critics as representative of “real people.”

          • Josh Nitsche

            No, ordinary people use it too. I’m not sure where all the reviews come from, but look at this: off to the right, you’ll see an “Audience Score” of 36% based on over 500,000 reviews.

          • Ah….OK. I don’t tend to go to Rotten Tomatoes that often, so all I knew was the score they are always publishing in media stuff, which is the professional consensus. I don’t tend to put a ton of stock in user ratings (professional or amateur), but I d like the read reviews, because if a review is written well, it gives me an idea of whether i might like the movie. Not just favorable reviews–I can read a review that rips a movie to shreds, and if it’s written well enough, I can understand, “OK, I get why this person hates this movie, but damn that’s something I really want to see.” And also the reverse: “Wow, this person LOVES this movie, but I think I’d rather dig my own eyeballs out with a grapefruit spoon.”

          • Josh Nitsche

            Same here… Most of my favorite movies are universally hated except from maybe some folks in this group, for instance Bug, Neon Demon, mother!, but what sets these films apart from Jurassic Park is that they were never meant to have mass appeal.

    • Nahuel Benvenuto

      is best they try to imitate Jurassic Park than Jurassic World

      • Josh Nitsche

        Considering 2 out of the 3 “Jurassic Park” films are loathed by critics and audiences, I would disagree.

  • Laura Kinney (X-23)

    They’re doing this trailer for the trailer thing again?! LOL, fine, whatever. Makes me even hungrier for the real deal!!

  • Jess Cobb

    Jurassic outpost website has more footage, from a tv spot.

  • zombie84_41

    do i want to watch it. i hate trailers if trailers idk i might have to cave

  • DC_Fan38

    Still making these?..
    It’s Star Wars all over again…

  • Maxime C

    Bigger. Louder.
    Here we are, not surprised at all.

  • Nahuel Benvenuto

    huh, it still looks as cartoonish and with the like “muted” cinematography, and nobody mixes cgi with live action as spielberg

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  • Doctor Dementor

    ah a good old 15 second teaser , that’s what i love ^^

  • Jay Bennett


  • Dylan Summers

    Ahh so that’s what the plot is going to be about and why they keep putting embers in all the advertising. The volcano on Isla Nublar is going to erupt. I hope the film doesn’t end with the entire island being destroyed and all the dinosaurs being killed. Poor Rexy.

  • Jason Scarpelli

    Yay another teaser for a trailer. Ugh, Just release the trailer

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