‘Jurassic World’ Exclusive Comic-Con 2014 Teaser Poster

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What should you do if a dinosaur themed tourist attraction gets out of control, resulting in multiple deaths and dinosaurs eventually taking over the island? Build another dinosaur themed tourist attraction on the ruins of the first one, of course, but add a golf course this time around. What could possibly go wrong?

Co-written and directed by Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed), Jurassic World will return to Isla Nublar and give it a fresh coat of paint in order to entice holidaymakers to the ultimate live-action dinosaur experience. Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Judy Greer and Vincent D’Onofrio will head up the main cast, and Jurassic World will hit theaters in 2015, which is fast becoming known as the year of the epic sequels.

To whet fans’ appetites for more details about Jurassic World at San Diego Comic-Con 2014, Trevorrow today revealed an early teaser poster for the movie, designed by artist Mark Englert. This 24×36 artwork will be available at Comic-Con to a “resourceful few,” as Trevorrow puts it. There is a run of 500 prints that will be handed out to attendees, but even those who aren’t able to attend the convention in person can still have a chance to win some of Englert’s Jurassic World artwork.

More on that later, but first: check out this raptor!

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For those interested in knowing more about the design of the poster, Englert has a detailed post on his blog that includes early concepts and images of the work in progress, as well as Englert’s thought process for creating it. Readers who are paying attention may already have realized that the raptor is standing on the Jeep that fell out of a tree and nearly crushed Dr. Grant and Tim in the first movie. Englert explains that this callback was by no means accidental.

“I wanted to subtly establish the setting, the theme of nature overtaking technology and that a new park with a new story was being built on what had come before… I also just wanted a cool shot of a Raptor.”

If you also want a cool shot of a raptor to hang on your wall, text JURASSIC to 834567 in order to receive updates on where to pick up the poster during Comic-Con. For those who aren’t able to attend, Englert is also giving away an alternate version of the poster online, and there will be more poster set giveaways on Englert’s Facebook group.

If Jurassic World turns out to be everything that fans had hoped for in a sequel then these posters will definitely be worth getting hold of… if you can find one. Happy hunting!

Jurassic World will arrive in theaters on June 12th, 2015. Stay tuned for more reveals during Comic-Con 2014, which takes place from 24th-27th July.

Source: Colin Trevorrow, Mark Englert

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  1. Raptors weren’t listed as an official attraction on the leaked brochure and people were pissed about it. This is why people should postpone their pissiness.

  2. A big shout out to this artist for an amazing job and showing his process all the way through. What an opportunity to showcase his work for a highly anticipated film.


  3. My inner movie nerd is at war with my inner paleontology nerd over this poster. On the one hand it’s a really nice poster and I kind of want one, but on the other the raptor has bunny hands and a flexible tail and no feathers.

    • I know what you mean. I want JP raptors but I also want real raptors as they’re imagined by paleontology.

      God, I loved dinosaurs as a child. Books and books about them, hundreds of toys (only two from the JP film though, a raptor and Ellie). I’d still love to go on a dig at some point if possible.

  4. Hold on to your butts.

  5. Trevorrow should prepare for his raptor-ous applause once this film gets officially unveiled this weekend.

    • I see what you did there.

  6. What’s with the clutch of eggs under the wheel? I thought there was no unauthorized breeding in the park

  7. They must have gone ultra stupid and assumed they could manage that in a
    “natural state” too, and wow, way to be original on the image there guys, cartoony, looking exactly like the raptor story ending of SEGA’s “Jurrasic Park” , just wow, lol

  8. From what i see is that the raptors survived the napalm bombing of Isla Nublar and not known by the new ingen, is still living and will then at one point attacks the park and maybe prompting the Diabolus Rex to break free

  9. Hi H,

    Lovely to meet up again on Sunday. Hope your forthcoming trip tomorrow goes well and look forward to hearing about it on your return.

    Will be thinking of you.

    x x

    • Shut up – Meg…

  10. Feed on AK has the best burgers!

  11. I think that the poster is awesome, because it is going back to the first island were the park was originally at. Imagine all the other things might be there, like:
    The gas powered jeep on the hill were Denis Adrian(by Wayne Knight) was killed by that dilophosaur(not to mention his can of embryos).

    The point is, I think it will be awesome to see all these familiar things coming back.