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Get Your First Shadowy Look At A 'Jurassic World' Dino

My, what big shadow-teeth you have.

For a sequel to one of the most beloved movie franchises of all time, "Jurassic World" has given a steady stream of info to fans who are ready for more of that dino DNA — some with the approval of director Colin Trevorrow and some without.

A few weeks after the "Safety Not Guaranteed" filmmaker confirmed that a massive leak of story details were, in fact, accurate, Trevorrow posted a wonderfully teasing image to his Twitter.

Unless Trevorrow has decided to get into intricate acts of trolling and faked a dinosaur head with a piece of cardboard and a flashlight, that would appear to be the shadow of a practical effects creature.

Steven Spielberg's original "Jurassic Park" used a combination of practical effects and CGI to create some of the best-aging movie creatures of the 90s. Twenty years later, it should come as a relief to fans that some of the old magic will still be there when "Jurassic World" opens next year.