Even though we haven’t gotten a single look at the new Spider-Man who will be making his debut in Captain America: Civil War in a few months, that’s not stopping the wallcrawler from having his future theatrical affairs put in order. Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios have struck a deal for a worldwide IMAX release in theaters when the film arrives in the summer of 2017. Read More »
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In just a few days it’ll be Christmas Day. And while most kids are excited about Santa Claus coming down the chimney with some cool new toys, the adults are excited about a different guy in a red suit coming in 2016. Deadpool is finally getting his own movie, and the red band trailer seems to indicate it’s exactly what fans have been waiting for. And now we finally get to see Deadpool on the big screen with one of his favorite foods in a quick new IMAX teaser that hits theaters this week as well. Check it out! Read More »
In just one week, Quentin Tarantino‘s new Western The Hateful Eight will roll out around the country with special 70mm screenings at select locations that will feature a longer cut of the film, complete with an intermission. In order to make this happen, The Weinstein Company had to put in the effort to get some theaters up to snuff with a 70mm projector. And now that could have some cool side effects for cinephiles interested in seeing more movies in the format, including next year’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Read More »
While director Quentin Tarantino had The Weinstein Company overhaul a bunch of theaters to be able to play his newest western The Hateful Eight in glorious 70mm for maximum effect, if you want to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens in that format, that’s going to be much harder. In addition, if you want to see the film in the newest, praised format of IMAX 3D laser projection, you’ll have an even harder time. But a list of the handful of theater showing the movie in these two preferred formats can be found below. Read More »
It’s been 15 years since Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon hit theaters. And while that might seem a little late for a sequel, Hollywood has been obsessed with returning to dormant films for new franchise opportunities. Upon first inspection, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 2 doesn’t seem like the most obvious cash grab for Netflix, but there’s a good chance this movie will play big overseas.
Now you can see if this will be something worth checking out as the Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon 2 trailer has just debuted, showing off plenty of flying and flipping sword-fighting action that everyone loved from the first film. Read More »
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Star Trek Beyond will be the first film in the rebooted sci-fi franchise that isn’t directed by J.J. Abrams. But that doesn’t mean the sequel is boldly going where the previous films haven’t gone before, at least when it comes to the release strategy.
Paramount Pictures, Skydance, Bad Robot and IMAX have announced that Star Trek Beyond will be digitally re-mastered for the giant screen format and will hit IMAX screens the same day it hits traditional screens on July 22nd, 2016. Read More »
Posted on Friday, October 30th, 2015 by Angie Han
If Wade Wilson breaks the fourth wall in his upcoming movie, he’ll be breaking some of the biggest fourth walls in the world. 20th Century Fox has just struck a deal to bring several of its upcoming tentpoles to IMAX screens, including Deadpool and Independence Day: Resurgence. Hit the jump for more on the Deadpool IMAX release. Read More »
We’re a week and a half away from the opening of Guillermo del Toro‘s Crimson Peak. The buzz is strong for the director’s horror-romance, but it’s still a financial gamble. Del Toro’s film is an original, R-rated period piece, which are never a sure thing at the box-office. Then again, there’s nothing else quite like Crimson Peak coming out anytime soon, so maybe that’ll be enough to draw general audiences in. It’s a very good, beautifully directed movie — and a Crimson Peak clip, a handful of features and TV spots highlight the beauty of del Toro’s latest. Check them out after the jump.
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The New York Film Festival is in full swing, and this past weekend brought the premiere of Robert Zemeckis‘ drama The Walk, a narrative chronicle of the real life stunt featured in the documentary Man on Wire, where French high wire artist Philippe Petit walked across a high wire placed between the Twin Towers in 1974.
Now that the film starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt has been seen, some of The Walk early buzz has hit the web, and at the very least, it sounds like there’s plenty of suspense and thrills to be found, even if the move as a whole seems to stumble a bit here and there. Read More »