With just two weeks to go, Universal Pictures has released yet another featurette for this summer's epic sequel Jurassic World. This time out, the cast and crew take a look at the new vision behind this blockbuster summer adventure. Included amongst the latest footage from the movie itself are interviews with director Colin Trevorrow, producer Steven Spielberg and cast mates Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard.

Steven Spielberg is quick to praise this true sequel to his original 1993 classic Jurassic Park, calling it a 'breathtaking adventure'. He goes onto reveal that the movie heads down a dark road that none of the other movies dared to travel. We also get to see glimpses of the first genetically modified hybrid dinosaur Indominus Rex, who breaks free to terrorize and even eat some of the tourists visiting Jurassic World.

Colin Trevorrow is seen on set directing his cast, as we learn that he was the 'only one' who could have directed this thriller. He is completely enthusiast about rejuvenating the franchise, and a true fan of the series. But most important, he had a story to tell. Colin Trevorrow explains how the elements have to connect with people, and that this sequel sets out to recapture the magic of the original for a new generation. We also get to hear from Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard about how great it was working with their director. Take a look, and travel to Isla Nublar yourself with this latest sneak peek:

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