Warner Bros Sets 3 More 2012 Movies in IMAX - Wrath, Jack, Gravity
Hot on the heels of the news that a six-minute prologue for The Dark Knight Rises will be playing in front of Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol this December, Warner Bros has announced three more 2012 movies that will be showing in IMAX. A few years back, WB announced a slate of 20 films for IMAX, ranging from the final Harry Potters to Happy Feet Two and Dark Shadows, plus The Hobbit movies, of course. Joining those ranks are Jonathan Liebesman's Wrath of the Titans, Bryan Singer's Jack the Giant Killer, and Alfonso Cuarón's sci-fi Gravity. Alas, none of these have any footage shot on IMAX, but are being DMR'd.
There's a big push for IMAX coming next year, with Mission: Impossible this fall and TDKR next summer, plus the announcement of the new Kodak laser technology. As for these three movies, all of them will also be shown in 3D, with all three of them being post-converted (as far as we know). Liebesman's Wrath of the Titans hits theaters first on March 30th, starring Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, Édgar Ramírez and Toby Kebbell. Singer's fantasy action epic Jack the Giant Killer hits theaters in summer, June 15th, starring Nicholas Hoult, Ewan McGregor and Ian McShane. Cuarón's Gravity hits theaters November 21st, starring only Sandra Bullock and George Clooney. Looking forward to seeing all three these next year!
Reader Feedback - 5 Comments
what happened to hollywood concentrating on making a GOOD movie? it seems too much time is devoted to imax and 3D - and only because they can then raise ticket prices - i want them using as much time to make the movies a good watch......story, acting, action, dialogue.....ect.... - NOT figuring out how to add all of this extraneous crap.
Anonymous on Oct 22, 2011
Wow!! I didn't know Gravity would only be starring Bullock and Clooney??
4k4k on Oct 22, 2011
so does this mean the hobbit wont be in IMAX?
Adam Heatherly on Oct 23, 2011
They closed down the last true Imax theater here in Tampa Fl and replaced it with 4K video projection. We still have a museum that has an Imax Dome, but the movie don't look good on a Dome screen, only movies filmed with a fish eye lens look good on a dome screen. I will miss the large film format.
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