Jurassic Park III

2001 US science fiction-adventure film directed by Joe Johnston

Jurassic Park III is a 2001 American movie and the third Jurassic Park movie. It follows The Lost World: Jurassic Park. Paul Kirby, who says he is a rich business owner, convinces Dr. Alan Grant and his assistant, Billy Brennan, to take him and his wife to Isla Sorna as a vacation and serve as a guide. Actually, Kirby and his wife want to search for their son, who was stranded on Isla Sorna while on a parasailing trip. After crashing on the island, they are attacked by a Spinosaurus, who kills several members of their party. After escaping, the remaining people start hiking for the coast, fighting many dinosaurs, including the Spinosaurus, along the way.

Jurassic Park III is followed by Jurassic World.

Release datesEdit

Country Premiere
  Argentina 18 July 2001
  Mexico 18 July 2001
  United States 18 July 2001
  Uruguay 18 July 2001
  Venezuela 18 July 2001
  Chile 19 July 2001
  Malaysia 19 July 2001
  Peru 19 July 2001
  Singapore 19 July 2001
  Brazil 20 July 2001
  Colombia 20 July 2001
  United Kingdom 20 July 2001
  Ireland 20 July 2001
  South Korea 20 July 2001
  Panama 20 July 2001
  Philippines 25 July 2001
   Switzerland 26 July 2001 (German speaking region)
  Spain 27 July 2001
  Taiwan 27 July 2001
  Germany 2 August 2001
  Israel 2 August 2001
  Netherlands 2 August 2001
  Austria 3 August 2001
  Finland 3 August 2001
  Iceland 3 August 2001
  Norway 3 August 2001
  Belgium 8 August 2001
  France 8 August 2001
  Hong Kong 9 August 2001
  Yugoslavia 9 August 2001
  Denmark 10 August 2001
  Portugal 10 August 2001
  Japan 11 August 2001
  Bulgaria 17 August 2001
  Russia 24 August 2001
  Sweden 24 August 2001
  Turkey 24 August 2001
  Australia 30 August 2001
  New Zealand 30 August 2001
  Estonia 31 August 2001
  Italy 31 August 2001
  Poland 31 August 2001
  El Salvador 31 August 2001
  Hungary 6 September 2001
  Slovenia 13 September 2001
  Egypt 26 September 2001
  Czech Republic 27 September 2001
  Kuwait 3 October 2001
  Greece 9 November 2001
  Lithuania 23 November 2001
  China 23 January 2002

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