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Twitter reacts after Jurassic World trailer sends children to tears - watch it here!

How did your children react to the Super Bowl Jurassic World trailer?

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The brand new trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom premiered at the Super Bowl on Sunday, and people were quick to  tweet about the scary clip. Several people pointed out how it had the same effect on their children as the original series had on them when they were younger – absolutely terrifying them! The opening of the teaser trailer is similar to a horror movie, showing a dinosaur sneaking into a child's bedroom at night time, and reaching out for the bed with its claws. Speaking about the frightening moment, one person wrote: "Oh my god, @JurassicWorld took my most recurring childhood nightmare and put it in the new movie. A dinosaur came into my room every night for a month after I saw the OG Jurassic Park."


The scary moment terrified viewers

Another person tweeted: "My daughter is curled up and sobbing after that terrifying Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom ad. So yeah, I think the magic is back." He added: "Update: she's still curled up in a ball and shivering in horror, thanks Universal... Okay, she just stopped shaking with fear. Really looking forward to the movie!" A fellow parents replied to him, joking: "For real. My son quick muted the TV and my youngest closed her eyes."

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The film, which stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, is set to be released on 7 June in the UK, and Chris took to his Facebook page to discuss the upcoming film. Sharing a gif of himself coming face to face with a dinosaur, he simply captioned the post: "You. Have. No. Idea." Speaking about what to expect from the upcoming film, director JA Bayona told The Independent: "It's a disaster dinosaur movie - a new genre. There's a lot more to show."

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