Universal Pictures and IMAX both announced today that Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park, first released in 1993, will be shown in 3D in IMAX theaters for one week, beginning on April 5, alongside the movie's standard 3D release.
"Jurassic Park is the quintessential film for fans to experience in IMAX 3D," said Nikki Rocco, President of Distribution, Universal Pictures. "Jurassic Park was groundbreaking when it was originally released, and The IMAX 3D Experience will allow today's audiences to become fully immersed in one of the most breathtaking epics Universal has ever released."
The movie has been digitally re-mastered for IMAX 3D, using IMAX DMR technology and will no doubt provide a brand new look into the classic movie.
"Steven Spielberg's films resonate uniquely with audiences," said Greg Foster, Chairman and President of IMAX Filmed Entertainment. "We're thrilled to offer moviegoers an opportunity to see this fan favorite back on the big screen and transport them - for the first time through the power of The IMAX 3D Experience - into the world of Jurassic Park."