Tyrannosaurus Rex
Original Tyrannosaurus will chase Indominus and the visitors 'Jurassic World' may watch it live in upcoming Dino-centric movie.You Tube/Screen Shot

After training Velociraptors and other popular dinosaurs in "Jurassic World", Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) is likely to take the most challenging task of his life, to train Tyrannosaurus Rex and Indominus Rex in the upcoming Dino-centric movie.

Apart from the new hybrid dinosaur, director Colin Trevorrow will also bring back the most popular T-Rex to the park. "She's been on the island for 22 years. She's still alive. She's a little older, and she's angry," he said.

An early look featurette gives a glimpse of the two most powerful raptors in Isla Nublar Island. In the clip,  executive producer Steven Spielberg says, "To see 'Jurassic World' come to life is almost like seeing 'Jurassic Park' come true. It goes down to the original world which none of the other movies ever dared to travel."

Explaining further, Trevorrow says, "Now there is a real working dinosaur theme park that 20,000 people visit per day." But the function of the park will be disturbed after the introduction of hybrid dinosaur.

Speculations suggest that fans will get to watch a clash between the two titans in the park for the crown of alpha dinosaur and it may lead to the end of the film after T-Rex succeeds the newly-introduced raptor, according to Movie Pilot.

The website also states that the hybrid dinosaur is likely to have some cuttlefish features, especially camouflage powers, that helps it to lurk and hide behind jungle plants.

Meanwhile, "Jurassic World" - which is set to hit big screens on 12 June - has officially received a PG 13 rating from Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) on Tuesday, 12 May for its "intense sequences of science-fiction violence and peril", according to Rope of Silicon.

Watch the new "Jurassic World" trailer below:

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