Shame­ful Star Wars ad­mis­sion

Yorkshire Post - Culture & The Guide - - FILM -

old, he could not only iden­tify but pro­nounce ‘iguan­odon’. I think one of the things that in­ter­ests kids is that [di­nosaurs are] so mys­te­ri­ous”

Juras­sic Park took al­most $1bn dol­lars at the box of­fice. Two se­quels fol­lowed. Now a fourth film is in pre­pro­duc­tion with Uni­ver­sal look­ing to de­liv­ery by 2013 – 20 years af­ter the orig­i­nal lum­bered out and as­tounded ev­ery­body.

Juras­sic Park is re-re­leased for a lim­ited pe­riod to tie in with the launch of the Ul­ti­mate Tril­ogy on Blu-ray. DANIEL Rad­cliffe has ad­mit­ted that he’s never seen Star Wars – de­spite call­ing Harry Pot­ter this gen­er­a­tion’s ver­sion of the fa­mous films.

The star, 22, who called him­self a “geek”, re­vealed the gap in his film-view­ing his­tory, blam­ing his age, said: “Now this in­for­ma­tion is go­ing to be out there in the world... It’s re­ally bad.”

Daniel, who ap­peared in the fi­nal Pot­ter film this year, said: “I saw The Phan­tom Men­ace, and ev­ery­one’s like, ‘You saw that one! You didn’t see the orig­i­nals?!’ I know! I was 10! I didn’t know any bet­ter!”

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