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    Jurassic Park 3D Close to $20 Million Over Weekend

    Whether or not people are going to see Jurassic Park because of the 3D visualizations or to relive a part of their childhood, the film is doing better than expected. Grossing around 20 million dollars over the opening weekend. Don’t forget to reserver your copy today and get it when it comes to digital, bluray, […]

    Jurassic Park 3D Release Tomorrow!

    Jurassic Park 3D commercials have been on the air for weeks now. The release is for this weekend. Universal will be showing it on about 2600 screens, 300 of them will be IMAX theaters. Analysts have predicted the film will bring in anywhere between 10-20 million dollars over the weekend.

    Jurassic Park 3D to bluray April 23, 2013

    The original Jurassic Park is being remastered for 3D and will also release a bluray version on April 23, 2013. Early April the movie will be in theaters and one week will be spent in IMAX theaters. After that you can purchase the bluray for this classic film in 3D.

    Jurassic Park IV to Release June 13, 2014

    Steven Spielberg is producing the fourth installment of the Jurassic Park Series. They have given a goal to have the film finished and in theaters ready to release June 13th, 2014. The movie is currently being filmed in high definition and with a 3D camera.

    Jurassic Park 3D Making Appearance to IMAX Theaters

    Jurassic Park from 1993 is being reformatted to not only play in 3D, but there is a higher resolution film being made to also release this to IMAX theaters. The only downside is it will only be released to IMAX theaters for about one week.

    Post Released for Jurassic Park 3D

    Cinematographers have been taking the original Jurassic Park and digitally rendering it for 3D theaters. The release is scheduled for April 5, 2013. Jurassic Park is now a classic as much as King Kong or Godzilla are classics.