Los Angeles: 'Jurassic Park' movie will make a come back to the big screen in November accompanied by a live orchestra to spotlight composer John Williams' Grammy- nominated score.
The 1993 Steven Spielberg film, will join other offerings by Film Concerts Live (FCL) including the Williams-scored "Home Alone", "Raiders of the Lost Ark" and "ET: The Extra-Terrestrial," as well as "Back to the Future" by Alan Silvestri and "Star Trek" (Michael Giacchino), said The Hollywood Reporter.
"Jurassic Park is one of John's most recognized, beloved scores. The dinosaurs are created through special effects, but the reason they live and breathe is John's music," says FCL producer Jamie Richardson.
For "Jurassic Park In Concert," the dinosaur blockbuster will project in full HD at concert halls across the globe while a full symphony orchestra provide a live feel.
The announcement comes just days after Williams received his 50th Academy Award nomination, this time for his "Star Wars: The Force Awakens score."