Producer Frank Marshall clarifies that the footage, which sees a flying dinosaur, is not part of the movie.
Hours after Universal Pictures announced the official title and release date for the fourth "Jurassic Park" movie, a pitch trailer for "Jurassic World" leaks online. It sees a flying dinosaur on a beach claiming the first victim, a surfer, before soaring above the sky with another of its kind.
While it definitely builds the anticipation of the upcoming movie, producer Frank Marshall wrote on Twitter that the scene was "not a part of the movie." A YouTube user who uploaded the video also confirmed that the clip was likely related to a video game, which was eventually canceled, despite initially claiming that it was shown at Celebration Europe II as a pitch video for "Jurassic World".
The fourth installment of the sci-fi franchise first started by Steven Spielberg is set for a June 12, 2015 release in the U.S. Colin Trevorrow will serve as director with the script which he re-wrote with his "Safety Not Guaranteed" partner Derek Connolly. Spielberg will produce it along with Marshall and Patrick Crowley.
Plot details are not available just yet, but Trevorrow has confirmed that there will be a new dinosaur. "We have a new one that's pretty cool. I'm not going to tell you anything about it, but...It's pretty bad ass," he gushed.