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'Jurassic World' Video Spotlights Film's 'Resident Paleontologist' & Indominus Rex

Universal Pictures has debuted a new "Jurassic World" featurette, this time spotlighting paleontologist Jack Horner, who's served as a consultant on all four films. The subject quickly turns to Indominus rex, of course.

"The most interesting dinosaur in this movie never existed," he explains. "They asked me to help them come up with a new dinosaur -- the scary one, one that we could genetically engineer."

"Jack told us if this thing has been genetically manipulated, kind of all bets are off as far as what it could do," adds director Colin Trevorrow. "And we ended up with this things that looks pretty awesome and vicious and fierce, but is obviously a horrible mistake.

Opening Friday nationwide, "Jurassic World" stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Vincent D’Onofrio, Irrfan Khan, BD Wong, Judy Greer, Nick Robinson and Ty Simpkins.

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