One of the biggest films of 2015 will be "Jurassic World."

Twelve years after the third installment, Universal will release the fourth film which is slated to be a reboot of the successful franchise.

The producers have yet to reveal the plot of the film, but there is a lot of information that has been revealed including the first still.

The following is list of things we know so far:

First Trailer May Be Shown During Super Bowl

Rumors have been increasing about the first being trailer being shown during the sporting event. According to the website, which is a blog that unofficially monitors the production, Toys R Us received a memo that outlined important dates for the upcoming film. The memo also stated that there was a Lego game in development and that the film's DVD and Blu-Ray released would be in November of 2015.

It also added that the film would have spots during the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards.

Chris Pratt May Return to Blockbuster

Originally known for his work on "Parks and Recreation" and for his comedic work, Pratt has become the latest Hollywood A-lister. The actor starred in a number of films before becoming a huge action star in such films as "Moneyball," "Her" and "Zero Dark Thirty." However, his big breakout in movies was in this year's biggest film "Guardians of the Galaxy." Pratt's role as Star-Lord proved he could be comedic, and, at the same time, be an action star.

Chris Trevorrow to Direct Feature

In 2012, Trevorrow had his big breakout with the indie "Safety Not Guaranteed." The feature was highly regarded by critics and was nominated for two Indie Spirit Awards of which it won Best Screenplay. It also won the Best Picture award with the Indiana Film Critics and won a Screenplay award at the Sundance Film Festival.

Trevorrow had previously directed a TV movie entitled "Gary: Under Crisis" and a documentary "Realty Show." His first foray into directing was with his short film "Home Base"

The director is making his first studio film with "Jurassic World," so it should be interesting to see what the indie director pulls off.

Michael Giacchino Will Score the Film

John Williams created some of the most memorable music for the first two films. He also created an unforgettable theme for the series that, according to IMDb, will be used for the film. 

Giacchino is one of the most accomplished composers working in the industry and it will be interesting to see how he combines the old theme with new original music. The "Harry Potter" series had adapted the theme to other composer's styles when Williams left the series after the third film.

John Ottman also had to adapt his music to Williams' theme for "Superman Returns." While it was not as successful, it was a challenge that the composer was faced with.

Giacchino won the Oscar for "Up" and has written music for "Star Trek," "Ratatouille," "50/50," "Let Me In" and "Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol."

Movie Opens in the Summer

Universal has high hopes on the film reliving the success of the original three films. As a result, Jurassic World is slated to open in the middle of the summer. The film will open on June 12 alongside "Entourage" and that should prove to be a competitive weekend. The movie also opens a week before the reboot to "Fantastic Four" and two weeks before the Mark Wahlberg starrer "Ted 2."

"Jurassic World" also stars Judy Greer, Ty Simpkins, Jake Johnson, Kate McGrath, Bryce Dallas Howard, Vincent D'Onofrio, Nick Robinson and Omar Sy. The movie was written by Trevorrow and Derek Connolly.