By Marvel on May 23, 2012
Fans who head out to see "Men in Black III" in IMAX 3D starting this Friday, May 25 will get a special sneak peak at "The Amazing Spider-Man" in theaters and IMAX 3D July 3! Read more on Marvel.com
By Etan Vlessing on May 22, 2012
Columbia's alien adventure flick "Men in Black III" will open in 474 IMAX theaters worldwide this Friday, simultaneous with a North American wide release. The Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones- starrer will be released domestically in 278 theaters, and in another 196 IMAX theaters internationally. Read more on HollywoodReporter.com
By John Liberty on May 16, 2012
Celebration! Cinema posted today a time-lapse video of the installation of the new IMAX Theater at Celebration! Crossroads in Portage.The Grand Rapids-based company plans to hold the grand opening of the 42-foot-tall by 64-foot-wide screen on May 25 with "Men In Black 3," said vice president of marketing Steve VanWagoner. He said today the theater is undergoing sound adjustments, finishing the floor and installing seats.VanWagoner said he hopes to show "Marvel's The Avengers" this weekend, but it's not a guarantee. "We're hoping for this weekend, but if it doesn't happen, it could be Monday ...
By IMAX on April 26, 2012
IMAX Corporation today reported first quarter 2012 revenues of $55.6 million, adjusted EBITDA as calculated in accordance with the Company's Credit Facility of $16.4 million, adjusted net income of $4.0 million, or $0.06 per diluted share, and reported net income of $2.6 million, or $0.04 per diluted share. In the first quarter of 2012, the Company incurred a charge of $0.7 million to enable certain theatres to play movies, such as The Dark Knight Rises, in either digital or analog format. For reconciliations of adjusted net income to reported net income and ...
By IMAX on April 20, 2012
A polar bear and her cubs are the stars of 'To the Arctic'
Father-son filmmakers Greg and Shaun MacGillivray head to the Arctic for an Imax documentary on temperature changes and turn the spotlight on a polar bear family.>
By Susan King, Los Angeles Times
April 19, 2012
Polar bears tend to be camera shy, which caused problems for the filmmakers of the newWarner Bros./Imax adventure"To the Arctic,"opening Friday.
The 40-minute 3-D documentary examines extreme temperature changes in the Arctic, which has led to the permanent ice pack melting quickly and endangering the existence of animals such ...