The Steven Spielberg classic will return in September.
Twenty-five years ago a monster of a film reinvigorated the summer blockbuster thanks to genius directing, terrifying special effects, and soaring music. Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park was a box office giant almost immediately and has remained one of cinema's most beloved classics.
To celebrate its anniversary, the dino-centric film will return to 500 theaters nationwide for three days: September 16, September 18, and September 19. Fathom Events is hosting the anniversary screenings. Tickets can be purchased here.
The anniversary screenings will invite fans to enjoy the spectacle of Spielberg's creation, along with the original soundtrack written by John Williams. Plus, a 17-minute remake of the film created by fans around the world will screen along with the original film.
Jurassic Park stars Richard Attenborough, Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, and BD Wong. It originally released in June 1993, earning over $914 million worldwide in its initial release. Since then, it has earned over $1 billion thanks to re-releases, including the much-publicized 3D release in 2013.