Jurassic World
Chris Pratt as Owen, the dinosaur trainer in Jurassic WorldUniversal

Jurassic World will hit screens on 12 June, and fans are already started predict how the movie will end.

Chris Pratt, who plays the lead in the film will introduce a gigantic 50-feet long, 18-feet tall dinosaur as the big bad villain of the fourth movie of the popular franchise.

And fans are eagerly awaiting to see how the genetically-engineered hybrid dinosaur, the Indominus Rex, creates havoc on Isla Nublar island, and Chis Pratt's character, Owen Grady taming the T-Rex.

But like every Jurassic Park movie, will this also end with the death of the dinosaur? Fans certainly do not think so.

Here are a few fan-predictions on how Jurassic World may end:

Who will die?

In the new Jurassic World featurette titled A Look Inside, Pratt says, "When you create an animal for your own amusement, it does not go well for the humans." He also states that the new hybrid dinosaur is a highly intelligent animal and is killing for support.

Even though InGen's private security division headed by Vic Hoskins (Vincent D'Onofrio) tries its best to control the situation, they fail to do so. A leaked plot detail uploaded by a YouTuber has released the list of characters who could die at the end of the movie. It includes Hoskins, chief geneticist Dr Henry Wu (BD Wong), Claire's personal assistant Zara Young (Katie McGrath) and Vivian (Lauren Lapkus).

The video clip also claims that Jurassic World will end up showing the death of the Indominus Rex and the popular Tyrannosaurus Rex after a battle between the two.

Chris Pratt will take charge

The new hybrid dinosaur wrecks Isla Nublar island after it breaks the security system of its cage, but Owen is likely to find a way out to save the park with the support of Simon Masrani (Irrfan Khan) and Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard).

Once the new member starts terrorising everyone, the head of InGen's private security division Vic Hoskins (Vincent D'Onofrio) informs the team that they are running out of equipment to save the theme park. But a dinosaur researcher confidently tells him in the 2.28 minute trailer, "If we do this, we do this my way".

With speculation that the Indominus Rex has human DNA in it, and Owen as the dinosaur trainer, fans might get to see Pratt's character taming the beast after all.

Mosasaurus will kill the hybrid

A plot speculation uploaded by another YouTuber indicates that Pratt's character will manage to bring the hybrid dinosaur near Mosasaurus' tank to trap it as the latter is much bigger than the former.

The video claims that Mosasaurus is an extremely large animal and it is one of the few raptors in the Jurassic World that could defeat Indominus Rex, because it could be out of its element and might not have the ability to survive in water.

Indominus Rex will live

Another YouTube has predicted that the Indominus Rex is going to live, so as to open doors for the fifth movie in the series. The movie may also feature a fight between the I-Rex and the T-Rex.

The fight scene will be interesting, predicts the user, considering the fact the Indominus is a hybrid, and is a much bigger and advanced dinosaur then the T-Rex.

Previously, Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow had teased that the synthetic dinosaur Indominus Rex is a result of the worst human tendency.

"It's not a real dinosaur," the movie director told Entertainment Weekly. "The Indominus was meant to embody our worst tendencies. We're surrounded by wonder and yet we want more. And we want it bigger, faster, louder, better. And in the world of the movie the animal is designed based on a series of corporate focus groups."

"It is a hybrid of specific dinosaurs with great movie names like the Giganotosaurus and Majungasaurus, as well as other animals that exist in the world today, with certain attributes that Dr. Wu [B.D. Wong] felt would create the ultimate piece of entertainment," he added.

Trevorrow did not reveal any further details on whether or not Owen will tame or kill the beast, fans are waiting to see how the movie will end.

Jurassic World premieres in theatres on 12 June 2015.