The star this time – beyond Chris Pratt (Guardians Of The Galaxy) – is Jurassic Park's (and Jurassic World's) big new draw, the Indominus Rex, a genetically modified creature with enhanced intelligence and a big appetite. As Pratt's behavioural researcher Owen is quick to point out, messing with dinosaur DNA is not a policy likely to reap major benefits.
Jurassic World is set years after Steven Spielberg's original film, at a time when Jurassic Park is a fully functioning attraction on Isla Nublar. In fact, it does its job so well that dinosaurs are almost commonplace. The corporate types who run the Park have been pushing for bigger, better and more imposing creatures, and we can't help but figure that's when the running and screaming begins.
Bryce Dallas Howard (The Help), meanwhile, will be one of the team involved in the place. Omar Sy (Micmacs), Vincent D'Onofrio (Escape Plan), Irrfan Khan (Life Of Pi), Jake Johnson (21 Jump Street), Judy Greer (Carrie), B.D. Wong (Jurassic Park), Katie McGrath (Merlin) and Lauren Lapkus (Are You Here) also show up in Jurassic World, which arrives in cinemas on 12 June.