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London Cinema Presents Jurassic Park AND The Lost World in 35mm!

With the recent announcement that Jeff Goldblum will be reprising his role as Dr. Ian Malcolm in the upcoming sequel to Jurassic World, what better way to celebrate than to watch Jurassic Park and The Lost World back to back?

The Prince Charles Cinema in London agrees and will be hosting a Double Feature screening of both movies, back to back, in 35mm!

The screening takes place on Saturday 17th June and opens at 8:45pm, with tickets costing £15 for non-members and £12.50 for members. You can purchase your tickets here!

The Prince Charles Cinema is known for screening original 35mm (or 70mm!) prints of movies and bringing back classics and cult films. They host marathons of popular franchises and also host movie premieres. The first time I went to the Prince Charles was for the premiere of a movie I had worked on. Another experience (and I really mean experience) was when they screened The Room and had Tommy Wiseau there, signing Blu-Rays. What a guy.

It’s a great cinema and is located right next to Leicester Square, so grab some food in Chinatown then head down to the Prince Charles! I’ll be there, will you?

Thanks to JJ for the heads up!

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9 thoughts on “London Cinema Presents Jurassic Park AND The Lost World in 35mm!

  1. That’s great that they are showing the original prints of the films. If I were a rich man I would totally fly halfway across the world to see those. I always suspected that changes were made for the home video release of JP. When the video finally came out I was surprised that the raptors didn’t jump as much as I remembered. Later on I found a storybook that not only described the raptor jumping into the crawlspace twice, but even showed a photo! But I have never been able to determine if this part was in the theatrical cut or if I had read it in a storybook previously and just misremembered where I had seen it. But I saw The Lost World in theaters six times (I lived near a dollar theater) and I know there was a change. In the theatrical cut, when Dieter is killed the camera pans down from the log to show the stream running red with blood and Dieter’s thumb floats down with it. The shot still exists in the home video cut, but the thumb is removed. The strange thing is, I can’t find any reference to this change online and it is definitely the kind of thing that would at least get mentioned in trivia sections.

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