JURASSIC WORLD's New T-Rex/Raptor/Cuttlefish Spliced Dino Gets A Name
Yesterday, JoBlo posted some scoops regarding Jurassic World. One bizarre piece of info was that the new big-bad dino would be spliced with T-Rex, Raptor and Cuttlefish DNA. So, what the hell are they calling it? Scified.com knows! Check it out!
JoBlo posted a lot of interesting rumors yesterday regarding Universal's fourth Jurassic Park film, which you can read by clicking here. One portion dealt with the latest dinosaur that will terrorize the park. That dinosaur is described as having "instant camouflage abilities, like the cuttlefish, so he blends into the background, is smart like the velociraptor, uses his jaw like a snake, and can terrorize like the T-Rex." Of course a dino that badass needs a name, here it is.
What JoBlo did not mention however, is the name of this super predator, which we now know, thanks to our source. The name of this new super predator is officially known as Diabolus Rex or "D-Rex" for short. The creature is a spliced breed of Tyrannosaur with bits of Raptor and Cuttle Fish, allowing it to camouflage itself with its surroundings. It's a badass and is the primary reason why things at this new park run amock.
Jurassic World is being directed by Colin Trevorrow, from a screenplay written by Trevorrow and Derek Connolly. The story is set 22 years after the events of the first film. The cast includes: Chris Pratt ("Guardians of the Galaxy"), Irrfan Khan ("The Amazing Spider-Man"), Vincent D’Onofrio ("Men In Black"), Bryce Dallas Howard ("Spider-Man 3"), Ty Simpkins ("Iron Man 3"), Judy Greer ("Two And A Half Men"), Katie McGrath ("Dracula"), Lauren Lapkus ("Orange is the New Black") and Nick Robinson ("The Kings Of Summer").
Jurassic World stomps into theaters June 12th, 2015.
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