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‘Jurassic Park’ to make Blu-ray debut in trilogy set

BY Allison Cerra

UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. — This fall, an acclaimed film trilogy is making its Blu-ray debut.

The cinematic franchise "Jurassic Park," which includes the namesake film along with "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" and "Jurassic Park III," will be available Oct. 25 in a limited-edition Blu-ray set.

The three-movie set also features hours of bonus features, including an all-new, six-part documentary and digital copies of all three films that can be viewed on an array of electronic and portable devices anytime, anywhere. The trilogy also will be available in a DVD format.

"From the moment T-Rex first towered over worldwide movie audiences, the ‘Jurassic Park’ trilogy has electrified fans with its heart-pounding action and awe-inspiring technological innovations," said Universal Studios Home Entertainment president Craig Kornblau. "With this newly remastered and digitally restored edition, we continue the franchise’s legacy by delivering to home viewers spectacular picture and sound that keep the films as fresh and visceral now as they were when audiences first experienced them."

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Do or Die Fitness introduces new fitness tools

BY Allison Cerra

LOS ANGELES — Do or Die Fitness has introduced a new line of fitness tools designed to help people with knee, wrist and neck problems modify workout moves.

New Wrist Wedges, Knee Donuts and Neck Circles are designed to provide support, stability and comfort for those that are unable to put weight on these sometimes sensitive areas.

Do or Die Fitness Wrist Wedges and Knee Donuts retail for $19.99 per pair, while the Neck Circle retails for $9.99.

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Walmart to pick up Canadian leases from Target

BY Allison Cerra

MISSISSAUGA, Ontario — Walmart Canada has agreed to assume leasehold interests from Target Canada in up to 39 sites that currently are operated by Zellers.

Specific locations will be identified later this fall. Terms of this transaction were not disclosed.

The sites are among up to 220 possible sites whose leasehold interests Target is acquiring as part of a real-estate transaction announced in January. In May, Target selected its initial group of 105 sites, the vast majority of which will become Target stores.

Target plans to announce the selection of a second group of sites this fall and expects to open 100 to 150 Target stores throughout Canada beginning in 2013.

Walmart Canada currently operates 325 stores.

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