'Jurassic World' Super Bowl Ad: Watch Chris Pratt Command A Team Of Velociraptors [VIDEO]

By Steve Buja , Updated Feb 02, 2015 12:34 PM EST
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Chris Pratt, who already took over your own child's actual childhood with the 1-2 punch of The LEGO Movie and Guardians of the Galaxy last year, is taking aim at your own with Jurassic World. Is nothing sacred? We certainly hope not, and I'll tell you why...

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Chris Pratt has his own army of raptors

Okay, so maybe it's more like he has trained about three of them using standard animal husbandry techniques, but the point remains: in addition to reminding us that Everything Is Awesome, saving the galaxy, looking out for our national parks, he has to go and up his bad-ass cred by LEADING A TEAM OF VELOCIRAPTORS.

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That's it. You've reached the top, my boy. Being a dinosaur whisperer is the height of human achievement. Jedi are lining up around the block, wishing to learn from you and they can influence the minds of people. Being a Jedi amounts to a hill of beans in this crazy world because, as we all know, velociraptors > people.

Last night's Jurassic World Super Bowl trailer showed off a bit more of the second act mayhem that befalls the island in the form of a new dinosaur that, unlike its primitive forebears, is now hunting for sport. Free from their confinements, the remaining dinosaurs break free and well, it's a Jurassic Park movie for a reason, isn't it?

The only thing that remains to be seen is whether or not Chris Pratt's character - the actor himself being of the appropriate age when the first film came out in 1993 - is actually the kid that Sam Neil scared the crap out of with the raptor claw at the beginning. I can't tell if that's the worst idea or the best idea, but all I do know is that this new trailer should get you very excited for Jurassic World, out in June.

Check out Chris Pratt continuing his awesome-streak below.

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