Jurassic World: Battle at Big Rock Is Terrifying

Jurassic World: Battle at Big Rock Is Terrifying

Have you been missing Jurassic World, well no worries since director Colin Trevorrow decided to give fans a preview of what is too come from Jurassic World 3.

Dinosaurs are roaming the Earth again, but this time they’re in our own back yards and nearby campgrounds. Watch what happens in Jurassic World: Battle at Big Rock

No more worrying about black bears, rattlesnakes, or coyotes while camping oh no, these days in the new Jurassic era we have to worry about dinosaurs.

In the new eight-and-a-half minute short film, titled “Battle at Big Rock,” it takes place a year after the events of “Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom.”

Jurassic World: Battle at Big Rock Is Terrifying

Jurassic World: Battle at Big Rock backstory:

The 2018 blockbuster — starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard — ends with dinosaurs breaching the confines of Isla Nublar and finding a new home out in the open world. So when a Nasutoceratops mom and baby wander onto a campsite in “Battle at Big Rock,” that’s presumably just par for the course in the new dino-integrated planet.

The encounter seems initially harmless. The creatures may be horned and massive but they’re herbivores. The family — portrayed by André Holland, Natalie Martinez, Melody Hurd, and Pierson Salvador — need only wait for the gentle giants to move along. That is, until a carnivorous Allosaurus darts into the scene and things get violent, to say the least. The family goes into survival mode as the dinosaur’s jaws rip apart the mobile home, trying to nab a human as its next snack.

A post-credits scene of dinosaurs disrupting civilization suggests a much more perilous existence for everyday people in the ensuing “Jurassic World” universe.

We are loving Colin Trevorrow’s Battle at Big Rock, it is totally scary, but it is a great look at what’s coming in Jurassic World.

Source: Variety

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