This year, not only will Universal’s franchise “Jurassic World” be making a comeback in the big screen but also Mercedes as new still images released feature actors Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas-Howard and a brand-new Mercedes GLE 63 AMG Coupe. Read on for further details.
By June 2015, the 1993-started franchise “Jurassic Park” is set to be making its cinematic comeback with a new title, “Jurassic World.” A lot of people are looking forward to it, with the park actually up and running with the dinosaurs tamed for tourists’ attraction. Although of course, we know something bad is bound to come up, especially with the way they played God once more in creating all new dinosaur species. Be that as it may, the film is now helmed by Colin Treverrow, who also happened to be one of the writers of the film’s screenplay. The date is coming to a close and Universal Pictures released three new stills of the film.
By Comic Book Movie, Universal Pictures released three new stills that will inflict excitement to the anticipating viewers of “Jurassic World.” These images feature three great subjects. There are actors Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas-Howard and of course, the latest Mercedes GLE 63 AMG Coupe model. The auto company made the confirmation regarding the involvement of their latest SUV model in the film in the person of Jen Thiemer, Head of Marketing Communications for Mercedes-Benz Cars, especially when they were able to renew their partnership with Universal Pictures.
“We are delighted to have been able to support this epic action-adventure with our vehicles. Our wide range of SUVs in particular fit perfectly with Jurassic World’s various requirements, with the focus on our new trendsetter, the GLE Coupé,” said Thiemer.
Looking back, it’s the same automobile company that was featured in the 1993 “Jurassic Park” film that the characters used to cruise around the park with.
That concludes our update regarding the new “Jurassic World” stills released by Universal Pictures. For more updates on upcoming films, follow Movie News Guide (MNG).
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