Two brand new TV spots for the 3D re-release of Steven Spielberg’s classic Jurassic Park have arrived, and they will both excite and anger. Exciting due to the fact the TV spots have been put together using some of the films most amazing scenes and danger, but they also make me angry because it advertises the US release date of April 5th. Sadly here in the UK the film won’t arrive in cinemas for a further four months on 30th August, criminal I tell ya!
Shockingly, Jurassic Park arrived in cinemas TWENTY years ago,can you believe that! How time flies. However, 3D or not, there are many fans out there who might not have ever experienced such a brilliant film in cinemas, so this will be their chance to catch a genuine classic on the big screen for the first time. For fans like myself, this will be a chance to re-live that glorious moment of watching something so good, so amazing and so technically brilliant on a bigger, louder and crisper screen all over again. That is what excites me, being able to see the film even bigger and better.
See, back in 1993, cinemas weren’t digital, they didn’t have the sound system’s they have now, and generally, cinema quality is now much much better. So this is our chance to see the film in a perfect condition, and I will happily admit to being very excited about seeing it in 3D. Director Steven Spielberg is not one to do things by halves, and I can almost guarantee that the 3D will be amazing, he wouldn’t accept anything less. Finally, we have a 3D film to REALLY be excited about!
Universal Pictures will release Steven Spielberg’s groundbreaking classic JURASSIC PARK in 3D on Augist 30th, 2013. With his remastering of the epic into a state-of-the-art 3D format, Spielberg introduces the three-time Academy Award®-winning blockbuster to a new generation of moviegoers and allows longtime fans to experience the world he envisioned in a way that was unimaginable during the film’s original release.
Starring Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Samuel L. Jackson and Richard Attenborough, the film based on the novel by Michael Crichton is produced by Kathleen Kennedy and Gerald R. Molen.