The Artistic Engineering of Class
First, the second viewing of Jurassic World in 3D was a seamless sight for audiences. Similar to Jurassic Park in 3D, this franchise and its cinematography is a perfect fit for this evolving technology.
The build-up for Jurassic World last week and its indominous weekend was validation that this summer blockbuster for the ages delivered as the best follow-up to its untouchable original. Furthermore, in a gracious display of congratulations by the team at Avengers for Jurassic World surpassing its standing as the highest grossing movie over an opening weekend, Marvel made the following picture with a personalized congratulations to Steven Spielberg, Colin Trevorrow, Chris Pratt and others.
By the hammer of a T-Rex that’s cool!
What’s nice is that this creative gesture is a bit of a tradition between box office rivals in Hollywood. Here’s what Steven Spielberg wrote to George Lucas a few decades ago in an issue of Variety magazine.
Those are two killer movie hybrids.
Posted on June 17, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged "Jurassic Park", art, box office records, Chris Pratt, congratulations, evolving technology, Jurassic World, Marvel, popular culture, Steven Spielberg, The Avengers. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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