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Chris Pratt Braces For The Worst In Latest Jurassic World Photos

Something’s coming in Jurassic World. Something big! And Chris Pratt is preparing for the worst of it. We have just a couple months before the Jurassic Park franchise returns to the big screen, but before it does, a small batch of new photos have been released online to tease the intensity to come. Just look at Pratt’s stare!

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These new photos come from the official Jurassic World Twitter account, which spotlights a few of the characters, including Pratt’s Owen Grady. As a raptor researcher, he’s seen all kinds of sights, including the vicious, ravenous chompers of those terrifying dinos mere inches from his own. But by the looks of his worried face, nothing could have prepared him for the Indominus Rex, the park’s new, genetically enhanced attraction. We haven’t seen a good look at the beast in live action yet (just in toy form), but we have seen the destruction she’s left in her wake. She’s demolished park vehicles and equipment, she’s killed some of its more majestic and gentle creatures for fun, and she’s left a trail of blood in her wake. How did her creators not think this was a bad idea from the start?

Speaking of her creators, the other couple photos released of Jurassic World feature the faces heading up the park. Irrfan Khan plays Simon Masrani. From his biography on one of the film’s viral marketing sites,, we learn that he’s the son of a telecommunications tycoon. Having inherited the company from his father, he went on to expand the business to incorporate oil. After the death of John Hammond (played by the late Richard Attenborough in the original films), Misrani acquired International Genetics Technologies. It was because of this acquisition that he was able to construct Jurassic World on Isla Nublar.

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Then there’s Claire Dearing, head of the park and its operations, including the Indominus Rex. We met her in the first official clip from Jurassic World, as played by Bryce Dallas Howard. Avengers 2 director Joss Whedon called this interaction sexist over Twitter, but has since apologized (well, sort of apologized) for prematurely judging the film. Still, there are many online who agreed with this outlook, so hopefully director Colin Trevorrow can prove there’s more to her than what we’ve seen so far.

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In these three photos, Chris Pratt’s Owen is only one who seems to grasp the magnitude of the situation. Indominus Rex is a hybrid made up of various parts of other dinosaurs, and she has serial killer tendencies, which is made all the more terrifying in the mind of a gargantuan dinosaur.