There’s been quite few rumors floating around, ever since the movie was re-released to theaters in the UK in honor of the Blu-ray release, that Jurassic Park would be getting a 3D makeover and then a celebratory release to theaters, just like Disney has been doing with a lot of it’s classics. As of yesterday evening, it’s official.
Universal has placed Jurassic Park in 3D on its schedule for 2013.
See, this is a side effect of the 3-D fad that I do not mind in the slightest: bringing those big, loud, technically astounding and visually bombastic blockbusters back to the places they were ment to be viewed: in a state of the art theater with a massive screen and surround sound. And if my nose has to tingle from wearing two pairs of glasses the whole time, I’ll deal with it.
3D Gallimimus, people. 3D Brachiosaurus. I’ve never actually seen Jurassic Park in a theater.
July 19th, 2013 is just in time for the movie’s 20th anniversary, which is both really fitting, and makes me feel very old.
Have a tip we should know? [email protected]