Steven Spielberg's classic 1993 thriller Jurassic Park is back in theaters April 5, and this time the dinosaurs are in glorious 3D. One of the movie's most memorable scenes gets a new poster, which features the T-Rex appearing in a rearview mirror with the message, "Objects in the mirror are closer than they appear." Take a look if its not too scary for you, and then read on for related news about Hasbro's plan to introduce a new toy line for the impending sequel Jurassic Park IV.
Universal Pictures is closing a deal with Hasbro for a new Jurassic Park toy line, with the action figures and accessories geared towards Jurassic Park IV, slated for release on June 13, 2014. Hasbro made the original toys when Jurassic Park first hit theaters 20 years ago, and the company believes a whole new generation will be intrigued by the franchise when Jurassic Park 3D comes out this spring. The first wave of toys will be released sometime next summer.
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