Mutant dinosaurs have arrived.
The trailer for Steven Spielberg's upcoming Jurassic World — likely the most anticipated installment of the Jurassic Park franchise since the the original — is now available online.
From the looks of it, Spielberg and the team have decided to return to the roots of the first firm in a tale that appears to once again show scientific hubris gone wrong.
"Corporate thought genetic modification would up the wow factor," a faceless woman says as a helicopter flies ominously over the water. "She was designed to be bigger than the T-Rex," a smug scientist adds. Obviously nothing can possibly go wrong with an A+ idea like that.
The successors of the original Jurassic Park failed to heed the timeless advice offered by Dr. Ian Malcolm in the original film: "Life will not be contained ... Life finds a way."
The park operators seemingly have no qualms about creating a mutant Tyrannosaurus Rex that, unlike dinosaurs from the previous films, appears to have a decidedly nasty streak.
With Spielberg in the executive producer's chair, Jurassic World was directed by relative newcomer Colin Trevorrow, whose best known previous credit was a 2012 film, Safety Not Guaranteed.
The film's starring lineup includes, Chris Pratt, Jake Johnson and Vincent D'Onofrio. Tying it all together, B.D. Wong, who played a scientist in the original Jurassic Park, also makes a return.
Jurassic World, rated PG-13, is set to open in American theaters June 12.