The folks at NMA (Next Media Animation) are at it again. These Taiwanese animators, responsible for the infamous Tiger Woods video, along with various other movie spoofs, have turned their eye towards the impending sequel Jurassic World. Watch as they take various online rumors about the plot, and turn them into a nightmare landscape crowded by human/T-rex hybrids. There's one pretty good 'fat shaming' joke included here that should find its way into the sequel. This may be a little too much for some of you to handle.
"Jurassic World, the fourth installment of Steven Spielberg's acclaimed dinosaurs-on-the-loose series, looks set for release in 2015, though this time minus the sure hand of Steven Spielberg's creative talents or the boyish charm of lead actor Sam Neill to anchor it. The story will be directed by relative newcomer Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed) and, if rumors prove true, will take place in a fully functioning dinosaur theme park teeming with dangerous and unhappy beasts, a premise intended perhaps to deliver message the evils of keeping animals in bondage for our amusement. But for now, sit back and get your teeth into Part 1 of our cold-blooded trailer."
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