New trailer of the upcoming Dino-centric movie, "Jurassic World", has opened up to several criticisms for its portrayal of "70's era sexist".
The one minute and 35 seconds long sneak peek video, showing a conversation between Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) and Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard), has disappointed movie lovers around the world, including screenwriter Joss Whedonm.
"And I'm too busy wishing this clip wasn't 70's era sexist. She's a stiff, he's a life-force - really? Still?" tweeted the 50-year-old.
The comment came in response to a tweet posted by entertainment website, The Mary Sue, that stated, "We're too busy fanning ourselves to talk more about Chris Pratt in this #JurassicWorld clip."
The video begins by showing the lead characters talking about an exhibition to be held in next three weeks. Owen tries to make Claire understand that dinosaurs are not numbers on a spread sheet.
"They're thinking, 'I gotta eat, I gotta hunt, I gotta [pantomimes sex].' You can relate to at least one of those things, right?" he says.
The dialogue received several negative comments from "Jurassic World" fans. Here are some of them:
Chris Pratt is sort of a gross a** hole in this. : Not feeling this clip at all..
I'd say he's being a disgusting sexist a** hole treating a scientist like a piece of meat.
oh hells no....WHAT has this script done to Starlord?!? I cant believe he said that. And that womanscharcter? 80'S stiff cliche."
K. Jeffery Petersen
The clip's pretty lousy. Bad dialogue which leaves the actors struggling. Pratt being too macho tough-guy.
that clip was terrible
Kelly. Just Kelly
The dialogue is just awful.