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New ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ TV Spot Features More Baryonyx Action!

Following the final trailer, and the Chinese trailer, even more new Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom footage has hit the web!

Of course, if you’d like to remain as spoiler free going into the latest Jurassic Park sequel, it may be best to avoid watching the latest TV spots. However, with that in mind, this trailer doesn’t really showcase anything new – we always knew Claire and Franklin would escape the Baryonyx, and had already seen them climbing for the hatch in the Super Bowl trailer.

Considering this is a pretty par the course escape, with no big Deus Rex Machina surprises (that we know of), it’s pretty standard trailer stuff (unlike the final trailer giving away far too much, to a frustrating degree – but hey, it made me incredibly excited!)

Give the latest spot a watch below.

I wasn’t sold on the Baryonyx design from the first trailer, but aside from the super thick jaw, it appears that the angle was misleading. The Baryonyx looks great in this latest TV spot, and is quickly becoming one of my favorite Jurassic designs. Hopefully that trend continues going into the film!

Circling back to the note of spoilers, I do hope the marketing refrains from giving away more of the plot. They have already outlined the basic plot, and given away some huge set pieces shots I’d prefer to have seen in theaters first. Some of my favorite modern film advertisement was for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, showcasing just how effective expertly crafted ‘less is more’ trailers and TV spots can be.

What are your thoughts on this latest TV spot, and do you think marketing has shown too much? Sound off in the comments below, and stay tuned for the latest news!


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23 thoughts on “New ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ TV Spot Features More Baryonyx Action!

  1. Does anyone else think this scene takes place in code the water pump facility? The tunnel makes me think it may be a possibility. Looks alot like a sewer system and the building is the water pump facility mentioned in the novel and game.

  2. Well, I’m still not sold on the design, it doesn’t have the jaw length I was wanting or the notch that split the Spinosaurids apart from other theropods, that head looks way to generic for me to really like this design.

      1. Except the jaw length and width don’t really change unless there is a lot of flab around them, but the location of the teeth and jaw bone remains the same.

      2. True but theferretman21 is correct: Baryonyx had a slender jaw and a notch in the upper jaw. It is a shame that these features have not been included in the design.

  3. Ugh it’s totally my fault for thinking on it too much, but the last two articles just spoiled the whole Baronyx scene for me lol

  4. And now we also know how they escape from the Baryonyx. I have this feeling that when we will see the movie we can guess every turn of events now, or at least 60-70%..

  5. Chris, it’s hilarious that eveyone (including you) complained that the first trailer wasn’t enough (as far as cluing in the film’s premise), but now these new trailers are “too much”. The JP franchise fans are one of the hardest to please. So friggin’ critical. Just stop and enjoy.

  6. All the trailers and snippets have done nothing but make me even more hyped up for this movie. Fallen Kingdom is looking good. I can’t wait for June 21 (here in Brazil films premiere on Thursdays).

  7. I share concerns that they may have spoilt everything, but let’s remember that in total we’ve seen probably 5 mins of footage from a 2 hour film. There are bound to be surprises still – we still don’t know how Rexy is involved after she nearly eats Owen in the trailer. I remember with JW they showed a lot but didn’t show any of the final Rex and Indominus fight, didn’t show any of the old visitors centre – so hopefully there are still surprises in store.

    1. This is a REPEAT OF HISTORY. Same thing happened with JW. Thought ‘oh SURELY we haven’t seen everything…’ and when I was finally in the theatre I realized halfway through the movie that nothing was going to surprise me.

      They can show you 5 minutes of footage and still spoil the entire plot.

      1. I agree with You. After JW marketing campaign the only thing that surprised me was Mosasaur grabbing I-rex in the end of the movie.

  8. so the baryonyx is getting a lot of spino connnections, (by the way, his name is totally barry), but i just noticed another one. both were mistakenly thought to be a t. rex at first, until they show themselves and frek the heck out of everyone

  9. sweethearts, try to blur the image of the post next time, otherwise even if we don´t click on the video part of the spoiler is already done

  10. I don’t usually complain about trailers and TV spots showing too much, but I really hope they stop showing so much of Ian Malcolm. He’s in one scene and I feel like they’ve already revealed everything he says or does there.

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