Need a fix of giant dinosaurs on your Tuesday morning? Well, Jurassic World: Dominion has heard your call! Universal dropped a brand new clip showing off a taste of what we can expect. What we see in the clip isn’t actually featured in the film. Instead, it will work as a prologue to help get viewers up to date on what has been going on and serve as a different beginning to the story.

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The Jurassic World: Dominion clip kicks off 65 million years in the past and gives us a look at a prehistoric landscape filled with dinosaurs being extra cute. You can’t tell us that you didn’t awe when the one splashed around in the water. We also get the chance to see seven new pieces that have yet to find themselves in the franchise. For the most part, it looks like these dinosaurs all coexist peacefully with each other and the other creatures around them. But, peace can’t last forever and before the prologue ends, we see two T-Rex go head to head.

The clip flashes forward to the present day, where T-Rex is just taking a casual stroll through the woods while being followed by a helicopter that seems to be chasing him down. And surprise, T-Rex finds himself at a drive-in theater! Little known knowledge is that T-Rex is a huge fan of double features. Of course, he is just a bit too big and mayhem ensues as the people waiting for their film begin to panic at home face to big toe with the prehistoric terror. Just as the Jurrasic World: Dominion clip comes to a close, we see T-Rex continue on with the helicopter crew mentioning that he can’t run forever.

Jurassic World: Dominion stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Laura Dern, Sam Neill, Jeff Goldblum, BD Wong, Mamoudou Athie, Dichen Lachman and DeWanda Wise.

This is just a tiny taste of the adventure we can expect when Jurrasic World: Dominion hits theaters next summer. We’ve linked it below for your enjoyment! What is your favorite part? Let us know in the comments below and on social media!

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