Get ready. They will be jumping right off the huge, 3D screen at Broadway at the Beach at 10:50 p.m. on June 11.
"They"are the T-Rex, Triceratops and other dinosaurs coming to Myrtle Beach in the new film Jurassic World.
The 3D version of this much-anticipated movie starts its run at Carmike's Big D auditorium at Broadway that day. From the roars of prehistoric creatures coming through a powerful surround sound system to 20-foot-tall dinosaurs filling up the three-story screen with their ferocity, you'll feel like you're right inside the movie.
The much-anticipated follow up to the Jurassic Park movie trilogy that launched 22 years ago will start showing on smaller screens at Carmike Cinemas at Broadway on June 12. However, if you're a real dinosaur fan and want to get up close and personal with these creatures, Thursday, June 11 at 10:50 p.m. is a date worth circling on your calendar.
You can also experience dinosaurs outside the theater when you visit Broadway this summer. In Heroes Harbor near Ripley's Aquarium, the biggest creatures ever to roam the earth are waiting at "Dinosaurs: The Exhibition." That's where you'll find full-scale, realistic animatronic models lurking among replicas of plant and animal species that shared their environments more than 65 million years ago.
Fascinating and educational with its compelling scientific story of a vital period in Earth's history, this exhibition also has elements of the kind of fun that the fictional Jurassic theme park was going for 22 years ago.. Different adventure zones such as "Dig a Dino" allow children to become junior paleontologists searching for dinosaur fossils. "Ride a Dino" offers a rare and extraordinary opportunity to climb aboard and ride a T-Rex or Triceratops.
It's the summer of the dinosaurs for Myrtle Beach and Broadway at the Beach. Take a trip to the Jurassic world onscreen and then bring the film to life with your own journey among the creatures in Dinosaurs: The Exhibition.
Both deliver fun of prehistoric proportions.