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Rumor: Chris Pratt Trains Dinosaurs Like Pokémon in Jurassic World, and Other Giant Lizard News

Fact From the Vapor of Nuance

Sometimes we bring you rumors because they stand a chance of being true. Sometimes we bring you rumors to point out the likelihood of them being false. And sometimes we bring you rumors because you need to imagine the crazy alternate reality in which they are true.

JoBlo says they have the exclusive hookup on some details from the upcoming Jurassic World, and they are just super crazy. The details, I mean. First, there’s the new breed of dino that’ll supposedly be introduced: a genetically engineered hybrid of a T. rex, velociraptor, snake, and cuttlefish that can blend into it surroundings. Apparently, scientists of the movie decided to create it in a bid to get more folks to come visit their park, because we all know how quickly a global community would tire of a real-ass living dinosaur park.

But to me, that’s not the most amusing image. No, says JoBlo:

According to our source, there will be lots of Dino on Dino fighting, as some of the Dinos are “good guys” that are trained by Chris Pratt‘s character. The raptors and T-Rex are among the “trained” good dinosaurs.

That’s right, Chris Pratt’s character has trained the dinosaurs under his care to fight other dinosaurs, which I’m pretty sure most zoo employes would frown on. Well, it’s true, we can look forward to a trip of a film. And if it’s not, then we can rest assured that the folks making it have a good handle on sanity.

And speaking of giant lizards and upcoming films, Godzilla did so well in its first weekend that Warner Bros. has already pushed a sequel into pre-production. Insert your pun on giant monsters crushing city blocks and movies reaching “blockbuster” status here.

(via Badass Digest, io9.)

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