New Jurassic World 2: Fallen Kingdom Trailer Released During Super Bowl LII

Universal Pictures revealed the second official trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom as part of Super Bowl LII. The trailer, which you can see above, begins with a haunting rendition of the iconic Jurassic Park theme, accompanied by a sinister claw tapping ominously and creeping up on a terrified child in her bedroom.

A voiceover begins to talk about the miracle of seeing dinosaurs for the first time, as we see Chris Pratt’s character interact with a baby raptor, a volcano exploding, and Justice Smith’s (of The Get Down) character looking up at a bipedal dino getting airlifted off an island.

We then see Bryce Dallas Howard (Spider-Man 3, The Twilight Saga) and Smith encounter a Tyrannosaurus, Pratt taming a raptor, and an explosive chase off the edge of a cliff in a gyrosphere. The voiceover goes to explain that Jurassic Park and the island is in the past, and we’re now looking towards the future, while we witness shots of Chris Pratt taking care of what is presumably the same raptor as we previously saw, and the crew running away from explosions and dinosaurs.

We then get a hint of what’s to come as we see a silhouette of an unidentified creature, and the crew’s now-loyal friendly raptor pouncing at it. More shots of giant dino teeth follow before we see an antagonistic human get charged while trying to hold Pratt’s crew.

Back in December we got a few plot details about Fallen Kingdom, discovering that it revolves around Bryce Dallas Howard’s character establishing a dinosaur protection group, who enlist the help of Pratt’s character to get dinosaurs off the island.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom will be released on June 22, and is directed by Spanish director J.A. Bayona, while Jurassic Park director Steven Speilberg serves as an executive producer.

You can see more of this year’s Super Bowl commercials below.

Via Gamespot.com

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