Jurassic World Trailer Pushed Back to Mid-December, Trailer to be Released Online First
The Park is open.
Fans of Jurassic World are sitting on the edge of their seats as the release date for the fourth installment of Michael Crichton's sci-fi adventure thriller Jurassic Park approaches. But before the actual movie actually hits the theaters on June 12, 2015, fanatics of the film are focusing their sights on the release of the trailer of the Steven Spielberg movie.
Denofgeek.us has already released an initial poster for the film which features the legendary logo of the T-rex which had graced the former films before it. However, there is no set date yet for the airing of the film's trailer despite rumors circulating its release.
According to The Epoch Times, a previous report from an insider said that the Jurassic World trailer will be released in late October, attached to the Interstellar movie slated in November. The same insider, however, updated recently that the trailer will be attached to The Hobbit 3 instead, which means it won't be premiering until mid-December.
"I just got word that the theatrical trailer has been pushed back to debut with 'The Hobbit'. This is for strategic reasons and not because of any actual delay with getting it ready."
Director Colin Trevorrow of "Safety Not Guaranteed" fame is reportedly already in post-production of the movie who will feature stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Irrfan Khan, and Nick Robinson among others. Movie stills have also already been released via Comingsoon.net.
On the contrary JoBlo's Paul Shirey who had gotten several scoops about the movie said that the trailer will be released earlier than mid-December. However, he admitted that he doesn't have an date yet. When asked about how it will be released, Shirey said that the trailer will definitely be aired online first.
Jurassic World's plot will revolve around the happenings 22 years after the horrific events that happened in the original "Jurassic Park."