Movie Posters

New Posters for 'Zero Dark Thirty' and 'Jurassic Park 3D'

Plus a slight adjustment to my Best Supporting Actress Oscar predictions

A pair of new posters arrived for two films that couldn't be any further part in tone and tenor as Columbia Pictures (via Moviefone) reveals a third poster for Zero Dark Thirty and Universal (via Facebook) has revealed a poster for the 3D re-release of Jurassic Park, which will be arriving in theaters on April 5, 2013.

I don't know about you, but the Jurassic Park thing doesn't interest me too much, but I really can't wait to get my eyes on Zero Dark Thirty, which is now going limited on December 19, before expanding nationwide in January following the announcement of the Oscar nominations. Speaking of which, there has been a little adjustment made to my Best Supporting Actress predictions that has to do with Zero Dark Thirty... if you're interested click here, but be sure to check out the new posters below before you go.

Zero Dark Thirty - Poster Jurassic Park 3D - Poster
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  • drew sandoval

    Hahaha. That Jurrasic Park ad is goofy.

  • http://www.ropeofsilicon.com/profile/G-Man/ G-Man

    I love Jurassic Park and the poster/picture is cool, but there is zero chance I'm going to watch this in 3D when I've got the blu-ray at home.

    Zero Dark Thirty is such a mystery to me at this point and they've done a nice job with the one trailer I saw not to give anything away. Can't wait for it. Never seen a Bigelow film - do you think I should watch at least one before seeing this?

    • Chris138

      I'd say The Hurt Locker is worth taking a look at. I haven't seen too many of her movies either but I suppose the one she got an Oscar for would be a good place to start.

    • http://www.ropeofsilicon.com/profile/maja/ maja

      G-Man, you should check out Strange Days. It's a very interesting and original movie and for me is still Bigelow's best.

      • Badge

        'Strange Days' was an absolute knockout in a cinema - it's a gorgeously photographed film. As a favourite I think 'Near Dark' might have the edge on it though.

        • http://www.twitter.com/GregDinskisk GregDinskisk

          Near Dark is my favorite by her.... So damn terrifying...

      • http://www.ropeofsilicon.com/profile/G-Man/ G-Man

        Thanks for the suggestions, Chris138, maja, and Yaz. Thinking I'll probably watch them after ZDT.

    • http://www.rabidpictures.com Yaz

      No one's gonna say Point Break??? Fine. I'll be that guy. Point Break. You needs to watch Point Break yo.

  • http://www.ropeofsilicon.com/profile/Criterion10/ Criterion10

    That Zero Dark Thirty poster is awesome

  • The Jackal

    the Zero Dark Thirty poster is solid, but I was expecting more. Also, what's up with these lame re-release posters? Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace and now Jurassic Park are just so uninspiring, definitely not a plus for any filmgoers new to these great films.

    In 1993, I was a 10-year-old boy obsessed with all things Star Wars (meaning I had the trilogy on VHS, not the remastered editions, but the original release, and some action figures)...and then I saw the preview to Jurassic Park. For those of us who were kids in '93, nothing came close to the excitement over Speilberg's dinosaur picture. Of course the marketing helped. TV spots, trailers, toys, books, stickers, Happy Meals, all convinced us kids that this was the biggest film of all-time. Alas, I never got to experience this film in theaters. I finally got to see the film on VHS a year later and it was everything I'd hoped it would be.

    I can't wait to return to Jurassic Park, and in theaters, in April 2013. It's taken me twenty years to see this film in theaters, you can bet I won't pass this chance up.

    Thems the facts

    • http://www.rabidpictures.com Yaz

      I hear that! I never caught it in theatres too. Fell in love with it on VHS. I don't even own the bluray because I have no interest in acquiring the sequels, and I can't find the first one solo. To the theatres it is!

  • Chris138

    I saw Jurassic Park on the big screen a few years ago during a Spielberg retrospective the AFI was holding, and I have to say it remains the loudest experience I've ever had while watching a movie. And I don't mean that negatively.

  • Foggy

    The Zero Dark Thirty poster is pretty cool when you look deeper at it, some of the shots they have look quite beautiful.

  • http://www.ropeofsilicon.com/profile/maja/ maja

    The Zero Dark Thirty poster is excellent I think.

    As for Jurassic Park - I remember seeing it when it first came out in theatres and even back then, as an 8 year old, with all the hype and everyone loving it i thought it was incredibly overrated.

  • Winchester

    I never got to see Jurassic Park in 1993................I'm a little tempted to see it cinemas this time around.

    It's such a blast of Spielberg fun. Scientific accuracy may not be it's strong suit...........but the exhilaration of the Dino's introduction and the choreography of the action (the kids in the car, climbing the fence, the kitchen sequence) is total Spielberg firing on all cylinders at the time.

    I quite like the Zero Dark Thirty poster, and 'Strange Days' might be my favourite Bigelow film.

  • markymark

    I might actually watch Jurassic Park in cinemas in 3d...I like(d) it that much. I wonder what other old timey movies they will convert to 3d.

  • Luire

    Ah-ha! So Jurrassic Park 3D will be shown in IMAX! Awesome!