3-D ‘Jurassic Park’ coming to theaters in July 2013


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Steven Spielberg’s dinosaurs will roar again — but this time in 3-D.

Universal Pictures confirmed Thursday what long has been rumored: Spielberg’s “Jurassic Park” will be re-released in 3-D, with the stereoscopic version set to come out in July 2013.

The 1993 drama about a science experiment gone bad was one of the first movies that used computer effects to create believable creatures. The film spawned two sequels, and ushered in a number of similar over-sized monster movies, including remakes of “Godzilla” and “King Kong.”



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