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Jurassic Park 3D Set For 2013!

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Dinosauars in 3D?!?! Yes, please!

The original Jurassic Park is coming back (and coming at you) in theaters in 2013 in 3D. Steven Spielberg's classic will celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2013. (Do you feel old?!)

What's a better to celebrate adding an extra dimension, right?!

The release date is set for July 19th, which will push up sci-fi flick Oblivion. Jurassic Park was also re-released last year with a remastered addition.

Who's ready for some prehistoric adventure, 3D style?!

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4 comments to “Jurassic Park 3D Set For 2013!”

  1. 1

    Why watch the movie when we can live it as Russian & S. Korean scientists are cloning the wooly mammoth?
    Buckle your seat belt.

  2. 2

    SO excited for this. It's my favourite film, I grew up watching it, but I was only three when it came out in cinemas, so I can't wait to actually see it on the big screen. Not sure about 3D though, tends to just make my eyes feel funny, and I don't think it's really necessary. But better than nothing!

  3. 3

    Getting a little out of hand with this whole 3-D thing, aren't we? But I'm a hypocrite, because I will probably go see it in theaters because I absolutely adore this movie… plus Sam Neill is just hot as hell.

  4. 4

    Loved the movie and saw it several times. But those 3-D glasses give me a headache and it ticks me off that you have to RENT them, unlike on an airplane where you get the headset and it is yours to keep. However maybe the systems of different theaters are not compatible.