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Jurassic Park: Get out your credit card(s). A large prop from Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park is up for auction -- and the bidding is already up to $99,990. The prop is the velociraptor cage that figured so prominently in the violent opening scene of the movie; a full-sized velociraptor prop (not used in the movie) is included. If you win the auction, only local pickup in the Los Angeles area is offered; it weighs upward of 700 to 1,000 pounds. The next film in the dinosaur series, Jurassic World, is heading to theaters on June 12, 2015. [eBay via The Guardian] King Arthur: Warner Bros. wants to transform the King Arthur legend into a film franchise spanning six films, and it wants director Guy Ritchie to get things started. It's the latest King Arthur...

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