Jurassic World: Meet Vincent D'Onofrio's Character And A Potential Second Hybrid Dinosaur

Two big new pieces of Jurassic World info have been revealed Tuesday. First up, a new viral video reveals the character played by Vincent D'Onofrio. His name is Vic Hoskins and he's the head of InGen's Private Security division. They're a security force, funded by the same company as the Jurassic World park, to develop new methods of defense both for international incidents, and for anything bad that may or may not happen at the park.

Also, a new toy image has been revealed that strongly suggests that there's more than one hybrid dinosaur in the park. (Just remember that you can't always trust toys.) See the viral video and find out about this new Jurassic World hybrid dinosaur below.

First up, the Jurassic World sub-site for Masrani Global revealed this video, where you can learn more about Vincent D'Onofrio's character. Thanks to Coming Soon for the heads up.

Hmm, I wonder if the security force plays into the movie at all?

Next up, Jurassic World.org (via Comic Book Movie) posted a bunch of new Jurassic World toys. Most of them aren't particularly interesting – a Tyrannosaurus Rex, some Velicoraptors – but then there's a brand new dinosaur, one that seems to be a hybrid much in the same way the D-Rex, aka the Indominus Rex.

This may be a spoiler so we'll let you decide in 5,






Here's the Jurassic World hybrid dinosaur image:

Jurassic World hybrid dinosaur Stegoceratops

So a Stegoceratops. That's pretty interesting. The "JW" brand on the leg and the cut on the side seems to suggest some thought was put into this beyond just making a toy. It leads us to believe this blend of a Stegosaurus and a Triceratops is probably in the movie, or at least was conceived to be at one point.

Maybe it was the less violent precursor to the Indominus. Like the scientists tried it with these two, and then they tried it with another two. Maybe an Indominus Rex is the blend of a Velociraptor and T-Rex? Again though, we don't know for sure.

What are your thoughts on this Jurassic World stuff?