Next year, Steven Spielberg's "Jurassic Park" turns a mindblowing 20-years-old. The film, released on June 11, 1993 shattered box office records and is largely credited with ushering in the age of realistic computer animation in movies. 


To celebrate this coming milestone, the film is being released to theaters in 3-D; a format that sometimes benefits older films (like the re-release of "Titanic") or crushes them (aka, "The Phantom Menance"). I have high hopes JP won't turn into the latter - and the below trailer should be enough to give you goosebumps again. The 15-year-old inside me is definitely getting a ticket. 




Next - after a tease from Entertainment Tonight earlier in the week, we've finally been given our first big look at Brad Pitt's big-budget zombie flick "World War Z." The film, based on the celebrated book by Max Brooks, features Pitt and his family surviving a zombie apocalypse - and running and running. As someone mentioned over on the website Cinemablend, it almost seems like this flick could be the movie "2012" but with the undead. As that movie was terrible, I'm hoping director Marc Foster proves everyone wrong. Have a look below.


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Trailers for 'World War Z' and 'Jurassic Park 3D' arrive
No offense to Brad Pitt and the zombie nation, but I'm more excited to see a re-release of a movie that's almost 20 years old.