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Jurassic World fans gorge on new, longer trailer

Jurassic World fans are gorging on the new full-length trailer for the long-awaited dinosaur adventure film.

'Corporate felt genetic modification would up the 'wow' factor,' says Bryce Dallas Howard's character

Genetically-modified dinosaurs and bigger explosions characterize the latest Jurassic World trailer released Monday by Universal Pictures. The fourth film in the dinosaur adventure franchise stomps into theatres on June 12. (Universal Pictures)

Jurassic World fans are sinking their teeth into the new full-length trailer for the long-awaited dinosaur adventure film.

The two-and-a-half minute teaser, released Monday by Universal Pictures, reveals a bigger picture of the fourth film in the franchise.

Its release comes on the heels of fellow big-budget Hollywood offerings like Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Can't see the video? Watch the trailer here.

"Corporate felt genetic modification would up the 'wow' factor," says the park's operations manager (Bryce Dallas Howard) foreshadowing the trouble ahead.

The real carnage starts when a dinosaur who was "designed to be bigger than a T-Rex" starts "killing for sport."

Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt survey the damage in the latest Jurassic World trailer. (Universal Pictures)
Guardians of the Galaxy's Chris Pratt, who plays mustachioed park keeper Owen, must bring his dinosaur whispering talents to bear when "a massive out-of-containment" issue threatens the park's 20-thousand guests.

The film was written and directed by Colin Trevorrow. Original Jurassic Park director Steven Spielberg is serving as executive producer.

The Jurassic franchise has grossed more than $1.9 billion US worldwide since the first release in 1993.

Jurassic World stomps into theatres in 3D on June 12, 2015.

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