Tag Archives: IMAX
John Schwartzman is going to shoot Jurassic World.
As IMAX Shares Drop Over Fears About 2014′s Fanboy Films, Some Gravity And Catching Fire IMAX Videos
One of the most popular brands in cinema lately has been IMAX, purveyors of the large-screen, super-loud, wrap around experience.
Star Wars was my go-to example of cinemascope for a very long time. Back in the 4:3 TV era, my letterboxed VHS tapes of the Star Wars movies were an easy, and easy to find, example of what the wide, …
Grauman’s Chinese Theater is now the TCL IMAX Chinese Theatre. Find out how they converted this historic cinema and watch it happen.
Not a bad overview, especially for people who know little about 2D to 3D conversions.
The Empire Leicester Square IMAX Is Officially Announced – All The Details I Can Scrounge Up Are Within – UPDATED
It’s going to start off big and then get bigger. And brighter.
There’s a lot more Ender’s Game to come in the next few days, and I have to say, I’ll particularly interested to see if the panel disucssion goes anywhere near the Orson Scott Card controversy.
Neill Blomkamp’s sophomore effort should be one of the highlights in my movie going summer, and as of today, it looks like I have another, rather large viewing option.
The most obvious decision the stereographers might have taken is to tie in the amount of volume to the change from sepia to colour.
Ahead of tomorrow’s official announcement, here are Warner Bros.’ plans for re-releasing Victor Fleming’s 1938 version The Wizard of Oz later this year, its 75th anniversary.
Midnight screenings don’t generally seem to be as popular in the UK as in the US, but I think Iron Man might draw some crowds.
Clues seem to be pointing towards a widespread, official re-release for Dr. No in 3D.
These things are going to sell out fast, I think.
So we win again.
Will play in IMAX a week ahead of its regular release.
Also… does this mean the next Die Hard is coming to IMAX? I bet it does.
Where in the world you can see nine minutes of Star Trek Into Darkness on a really, really big screen.
Who can read elvish? Or is it dwarvish?