Nothing is sacred on the internet, so if you're planning to be surprised when the movie opens, be warned: There are SPOILERS ahead. Even though Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow wanted the reveal of his new D-Rex (also known as Indominus Rex) hybrid dinosaur to be a surprise for moviegoers when they entered the theater, a full look at the monstrosity has surfaced online. And it's pretty close to what we might have expected.

While we saw Indominus Rex in LEGO form, this is the first full shot of the DNA enhanced dinosaur which will be terrorizing Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Nick Robinson and Ty Simpkins this summer. The image arrives on what looks to be party supplies, and we get to see his full body. Other items also show off the iconic T-Rex, the Raptors and the Dimorphodon.

While fans have come to know the genetically modified albino-looking lizard hybrid as D-Rex, or Diablous Rex, a report from last week revealed that the official name had been changed to Indominus Rex, aka Irex, which translates to "Fierce/untamable king." With this image now out in the open, and other merchandising art sure to come in the near future, is it possible that we'll see the real IRex in the upcoming Super Bowl TV spot that has been promised? Or will we not get to see this giant beast in action until we buy our movie tickets? We just don't know yet. In the meantime, if you're not in for surprises, take a look:

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