Thanks to an agreement between DisneyIABC, IMAX and Marvel, an Inhumans TV series will premiere on ABC in Fall 2017 – following the two-part series premiere’s two-week run in IMAX theaters at the beginning of September.
The two-part premiere will be shot exclusively with IMAX cameras.
With the premiere of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them rapidly approaching, Warner Bros. Pictures and IMAX will be treating fans to an exclusive sneak peek at new footage from the film on Thursday, October 13th at 3:30/12:30pm – with a globally broadcast event.
Talent from the film will also be attending, in person, in London, England (Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston, Alison Sudol, Dan Fogler, and director David Yates) and Los Angeles (Colin Farrell and Jon Voight).
Canadian fans in six cities will be able to see the new Star Trek film, Star Trek Beyond, early as part of a Star Trek Marathon Fan Event on Wednesday, July 20th.
All three Trek films with the current cast will screen in IMAX – and attendees will receive an exclusive Star Trek full-size collector’s poster designed by a Gallery 1988 artist and a Star Fleet T-shirt iron on patch while supplies last.
Tickets are on sale now. Follow the jump for details.
If you prefer to check out movies in IMAX, you will want to know that Robert Zemeckis’ The Walk – the story of how French tightrope walker Philippe Petit crossed from one building to the other at the World Trade Center – will be released in IMAX 3D on September 30th, nine days before its wide release on October 9th.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays Philippe Petit, in the Walk. Details follow the jump.
Have you ever wondered what traveling through space would look like? We’ve seen it imagined in hundreds of ways on TV and in the movies, after all. Well, filmmaker Stephen Van Vuuren has taken it upon himself to collect over a million actual photos (from over two dozen sources) from space and is turning them into a motion picture to be presented in the IMAX format. If all goes well, the completed film should be in theaters next year, but a three-minute trailer is now in release. It’s hauntingly beautiful and you can check it out after the jump.
When Mick struts onstage, he resembles a Gerry [Thunderbirds] Anderson marionette on crack, while good ol’ Keef looks like he might not make it to his next solo – but The Rolling Stones can still rock the vast majority of today’s bands under the table. Martin Scorsese’s Shine A Light is more of a concert film than a documentary – though it does cut to some ironic and even prophetic clips from the early Stones.