Run!!! To a Theater, for the Return of 'Jurassic Park' - NBC Southern California

Run!!! To a Theater, for the Return of 'Jurassic Park'

The reptile-tastic blockbuster is roaring for three days only, at select cinemas.



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    Stomp, stomp, stomp, show teeth: T. Rex and all of his ancient cohorts are back to bring the jumps and "eeks," for three days only, at select theaters around Southern California.

    What to Know

    • Sept. 16, 18, and 19

    • Select theaters, including the AMC Citywalk 18 and LA Live 14

    • Tickets available through Fathom Events

    Look, we get it: The closing of "Jurassic Park — The Ride" at Universal Studios Hollywood over Labor Day Weekend was bittersweet.

    On the one hand, you likely heard that a new, super-dino'd ride based on the "Jurassic World" movies will open in its place in 2019.

    On the other hand, you might have breathed a sigh, knowing that, at least for the next few months, you wouldn't meet any roaming dinosaurs around Universal City, like, on the 101.

    Because you totally know those animatronic dinos left the ride at night, right?

    But hold onto your T. Rex-related sighs, for there actually are a pack of prehistoric creatures, the size of tall trees, stomping back into Southern California, via the silver screen, for three nail-biting days.

    It's the return of "Jurassic Park," in honor of its 25th anniversary, and the rapturous, raptor'd movie'll roar at several local cinemas on Sunday, Sept. 16, Tuesday, Sept. 18 and Wednesday, Sept. 19.

    Tickets? Stomp, claw, and leap over to Fathom Events to secure your Jeep, er, seat, or check at the box office of a theater showing the film.

    A film that stars Laura Dern, Sam Neill, Richard Attenborough, and Jeff Goldblum, who memorably wanted us all to know that "life, uh, finds a way."

    Indeed it does, so best find your way to a screen showing this heartbeat-raising, feet-running-in-place gem, a movie that may only be 25 but feels much, much, much older, as in prehistorically older, as in... from the Jurassic.

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