If you want to re-live the magic of seeing ‘Jurassic Park‘ on the big screen or were too young to see it when it was originally released, then you’re in luck! Universal has teamed up with Fathom Events to bring the original Steven Spielberg movie that started it all back for three days this Fall. Specifically, you’re going to want to mark off your calendar for September 16th, 18th, or 19th!
The film will screen in over 500 theaters across the country and will also include a 17-minute “remake” of the movie by fans that will be “showcasing the passion fans have for the movie and their boundless creativity.”
With the box office sales of both ‘Jurassic World’ and ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom‘ there will be no shortage of fans who have seen the film on the big screen or have always wanted to, so tickets will be selling out fast.
While the movie has an excellent plot, it truly is a spectacle when you first see the dinosaurs for the first time towering above humans on a screen that is larger than life. It is the perfect environment for this kind of a movie and one that should be enjoyed as it was clearly intended to be seen.
Let’s be honest for a moment folks. Quite a few of you just are going to want to check it out to see one specific scene in all its glory:
Are you planning on seeing ‘Jurassic Park’ at your local theater this September? If you are, will you be seeing it again or for the first time on the big screen? Which scene are you most looking forward to seeing larger than life? Does the 17-minute fan film have any interest for you at all? Share your thoughts about this re-release below!
Source: Slash Film