Colin Trevorrow produces a new Dino in “Jurassic World Domain”

The newest dino to join the Jurassic World universe will have a Joker feel, says Jurassic World: Territory Leader Colin Trevorrow.

The leader went over the new danger in a mystery encounter with Realm magazine that aired on Saturday, in which he revealed his name and starting points.

Called the Giganotosaurus – or “Giga” for short – Territory’s big ugly draws its starting points from an authentic source.

Unlike the Indominus and Indoraptor of the earlier films, both of which were born as hereditary cross-breeds, the theropod (or dinosaur described partially for its three-toed appendages) was the result of the Late Cretaceous period.

“I needed something that looked like the Joker,” Trevorrow said of Giga’s character as the movie’s huge dino. “He just needs to watch the world consume.”

In reality, the dinosaur appears to be South America, but in Domain, it’s BioSyn Valley – an immediate throwback to the original Jurassic Park and its central foe.

BioSyn was behind the theft of fledgling dino organisms, paying Wayne Knight’s Dennis Nedry to remove them from InGen, the bioengineering organization created by John Hammond (Richard Attenborough) that cloned wiped out dinosaurs and housed them in Jurassic Park.

BioSyn, Trevor told the magazine, will have a big impact on the plot of the impending film.

“BioSyn got the deal to house the dinosaurs that were captured from all over the planet via different states,” Trevorrow said. “They guarantee it’s an office of exploration where they can focus on the benefits of the creature drug.

However, there are other things going on.

When reviewing BioSyn, Mamoudou Athie’s new persona, a BioSyn rep named Ramsay Cole, was also pushed, with the artist sharing that Cole is “an exceptionally aggressive and groundbreaking young man.”