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.
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?
Warner Brothers want to get you immersed. Really immersed.
Following in the footsteps of The Dark Knight Rises.
Britain is getting the bum end of the Hobbit stick.
IMAX want you to pay a premium to see an inferior version of Skyfall.
Indiana Jones and the IMAX Upscale of Doom.
Plus bonus PSA from the Alamo people.
The next time Steven Spielberg makes this gesture – - I guess he’ll be hard at work on Robopocalypse, an adaptation of Daniel Wilson‘s man vs. machine ‘future-war’ novel, written by Cabin in the Woods and Cloverfield‘s Drew Goddard. But quite …