BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
It was teased earlier this week that we would soon be getting a very brief look at the first trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in advance of a special IMAX theater-based trailer event, and now that footage has arrived!
Captain America: Civil War is expected to be a rather special film for the Marvel Cinematic Universe - and not only because it will be absolutely jam-packed with superheroes. It turns out that the tech being used by the production is going to be unique, as it will be the first movie to film with the new IMAX/Arri 2D Camera.
By now, it sounds like a broken record talking about the big event this weekend. And Iím not referencing that one day of the year that we buy expensive chocolates in heart-shaped boxes and pretend that romance isnít dead. Iím talking about the event that has been talked about far more than St. Valentine this year, and now itís getting even bigger treatment.
In a move that ironically mirrors the vindictive Quarter Quell callbacks, it seems that studio, Lionsgate will not quite be done with The Hunger Games franchise after Katniss Everdeenís televised revolution is said and done with this fallís The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2. It seems that Lionsgate has found a loophole to bring the property back to the box-office arena for more movies with prequels and sequels. Ė Did you actually think they were going to let things go?
IMAX works extremely well in the hands of talented filmmakers like Christopher Nolan and Ė say Ė James Gunn. Now, with Guardians of the Galaxy coming to DVD, a fan shares a photographic display of the parts of the scenes you DIDNíT see on the IMAX screen.
There's a fight for IMAX space this November, which Mockingjay could be losing to one box office competitor.
Maybe you've heard that Interstellar is opening early to IMAX to encourage audiences to see Christopher Nolan's latest in the 70mm glory he intended. But do you actually know what screening a 70mm film print entails? If not, let this expert projectionist break it down in this detailed video.
Recently, The Weinstein Company announced plans to partner with Netflix on a unique distribution model for the anticipated sequel, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 2. The news, however, didnít go over well with everyone in the industry.
While it's not the longest wait between sequels, the fourteen years that fans have been waiting for a proper follow up to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon have flown by like Chow Yun Fat himself. Today we not only have a firm release date for the film's release, but we also have two gorgeous photos and some news on the film's unique distribution model.
As a special extra promotion for the new screenings of Forrest Gump - which is a one-week-only engagement - Paramount Pictures has announced a team up with IMAX to commission the artwork you see, which will be given out in theaters with purchase of a ticket. If you're hoping to pick up one of these prints, I would highly recommend going to a theater on Friday night.
It was only about five years ago that James Cameron's Avatar changed the world's perspective on the cinematic experience and both IMAX and 3D. And while we've seen some marvelous titles take advantage of both formats in the time since, the reality is that the industry is now regularly looking for a way to stay fresh and innovative.
We've been hearing rumors about Star Wars: Episode VII possibly filming with IMAX cameras since September of last year, but only now has the format been 100% confirmed. And we're getting an early look at what is probably the planet Tatooine in the process.
Paramount Pictures is re-releasing Forrest Gump on September 5th, 2014. This will be a special engagement, only on IMAX screens, intended to
After years of flirting with the format in an on and off fashion, Universal and Legendary have signed an agreement to bring fifteen of their films to IMAX screens from 2015 to 2017. If you love muscle cars and dinosaurs on a larger than life screen, then Christmas has come early.
The past couple of months have been chock full of material promoting the new Godzilla movie, and today is no exception. Two clips and a poster had landed, and theyíre just as impressive as the already formidable marketing weíve already seen. But can it look good enough to make everyone forget ďthatĒ Godzilla movie? What lies within this link is probably the strongest argument yet that yes Ė this is going to make everyone think ďthatĒ Godzilla movie never existed.
With a December 2015 release date, itís full power on Lucasfilmsí first Disney-distributed effort. Youíll get to see the relatives and descendants of Luke, Han, Leia and (hopefully) Chewbacca in the IMAX format next holiday season, a real treat for those who appreciate JJ Abramsí widescreen vistas.
Alfonso Cuaron's beautiful and impressive epic Gravity has been making headlines ever since it debuted on the fall film festival circuit last year, but today it has yet another milestone to add to its incredible list of achievements.
Re-releases like this are always great because they can give people a chance to see titles that they may have missed during the first theatrical run, but Gravity is a special case. Even if you saw Gravity back when it was out in October, you should make a point of trying to see it again. After all, the material demands the screen size, and in the future IMAX screenings will be much less available. Take the opportunity when it presents itself.
Ever since The Dark Knight, director Christopher Nolan has been seen as a hardcore advocate of IMAX technology - particularly over the widespread use of 3D. Because of the filmmaker's prior usage of IMAX cameras on both The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises, it was no surprise when it was announced that he would once again be using the larger format film making his latest project, the sci-fi epic Interstellar.
With the 3D trend visibly dying out, movie theaters and studios are looking for even more ways to get people to actually leave their houses to go to the movies, and thus far the hippest new thing is IMAX. The large format that used to be limited to planetariums has been used to dazzling effect in films like The Dark Knight Rises and the upcoming Gravity, and more and more filmmakers are adopting it to make their big-budget spectacles all the more spectacular. Will J.J. Abrams be the next to jump on board?