Smart poster for Jurassic Park 3D

Poster Simon Brew 14 Feb 2013 - 06:20

Steven Spielberg's dinosaurs stomp back into cinemas soon. Here's a rather good poster for Jurassic Park 3D...

We don't get the 3D re-release of Jurassic Park in the UK until the end of August, but the film will be in US cinemas late next month. It's going to be in IMAX cinemas for a week exclusively, before its wider roll out from April 5th. The movie then celebrates its - ready to feel old? - 20th birthday just a month or two later.

Universal has released a poster to champion the re-release (the only big planned 3D re-releases this year that still seems to be happening), and we really quite like this. So we thought we'd put it on the site for you to look at.

20 years on, the T-rex still looks convincing too...

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This came out the same year I started secondary school. I had a Jurassic Park pencil case. The other boys were jealous.

You make me feel so old, Tbam. I came out in the same year as "The Wizard of Oz" and "Gone With The Wind", and nobody I know is jealous of me! (Er- when I say "I came out", I mean that is the year I was born, and no other meaning should be assumed!)

The T-Rex is convincing? It's bloody awful, even compared to the one from the original film (Which still looks cool)! Apparently T-Rex's had no gums.

I saw it in the cinema..I was 4 and the velociraptors in the kitchen terrified me

Terrible artwork - looks really cheap.

Rather than retro-fitting 3D, why not take the opportunity to fix some of the less effective shots from the original? Like the raptors crappy running feet, the uncanny disconnect between the brachiosauras' feet and the ground, the eye lines in that same scene, and make the holes in the electric fence somewhat smaller than Timmy so he has to climb it out of necessity rather than just to fit the plot.

Really jealous that people in the US get to see it tomorrow but I have to wait until August (UK).

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