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-- director Steven Spielberg was shooting Jurassic Park back in 1993.
He was trying to imagine what the epic production would look like in 380.
There was a lot of I think subconscious 3-D.
Etiquette in my first approaching returner along time ago never -- the second that I.
Ever think that I was going to be making this movie or could be making this movie three because -- -- go 3-D.
And it wasn't ready for prime time.
Now that -- comes -- life with a converted re release of the Belmont and the legendary director and wait for audiences to -- these classic scenes like never before.
Yeah you're really able to field -- -- the car you really get a sense that you're trapped along with him didn't feel that trapped in the first.
Two deep pass yeah.
There were even moments that had him amazed with what they were able to do.
The most rewarding moment in this process for me was the first time we -- Stevens the cheap falling out of the tree.
And -- -- sitting there he watched it for the first time the lights came on -- you know I haven't seen it that way since that day which there.
Yeah he's my.
Only of the original injury -- but -- -- is well.
I try every trick in the book -- And wrap the audience and sound when appropriate because I think that to like 3-D makes you feel like you're in.
Spielberg's -- says they've made a movie for those who know this story and those seeing it for the first time.
I think you have a whole new generation.
The gets to step into a movie theater which is important not look at it.
Small screen but step into a movie theater and see it on a huge scroll.
And have a completely new experience.
You have to look at -- cents.
This Jurassic Park experience has to feeders in 3-D and signed that treaty April -- -- In New York actually -- in box.
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