Director Colin Trevorrow took to Twitter yesterday to tease Jurassic Park fans with a shadowy look at one of the new Dinosaurs that will be terrorizing stars Chris Pratt and Lauren Lapkus in Jurassic World. Check it out after the jump.Here’s the tweet in question:
— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) June 17, 2014
And a closer look:
My, what big teeth you have. Could this be one of the long jawed monsters that mainly stay in the water? Looks crocodile like to me. Match that shadow up with one of the marketing posters at the recent Licensing Expo in Las Vegas and you can see why:
It’s Feeding Time.
That looks a lot like it might be that shadowy creature with sharp pointy teeth. Possibly a Tylosaurus . Here’s a picture of a Tylosaurus skeleton display with a man beside it for comparison.
Pretty big sucker, or should I say pretty big chomper? Tylosaurus has been called the T-Rex of the sea. What do you think?
There’s no official synopsis yet and plenty of plot rumors making their way across the Internet, but we do know that Jurassic World takes place 22 years after the events in the original Jurassic Park. Plenty of time for more eggs to hatch, grow, and get sharp pointy teeth, the better to gnash you with.
Jurassic World hits theater screens June 12, 2015.