By CBS News: David Morgan on November 13, 2014
Despite the motion picture industry's nearly complete transition to digital production and exhibition, fans of Christopher Nolan are able to attend screenings of his highly-anticipated futuristic epic, "Interstellar," on a decidedly old-school format: large-format 70mm film.
By Financial Times: Matthew Garrahan on September 29, 2014
Netflix is challenging Hollywood’s carefully protected system of release “windows” for films by striking a deal with the Weinstein Company to premiere the sequel to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon on its streaming service.
The film will be released at the end of August next year to Netflix’s 50m subscribers in more than 40 countries, and to big screen Imax cinemas simultaneously, the streaming company said.
By The Hollywood Reporter: Hilary Lewis on September 24, 2014
Denzel Washington and his Training Day director Antoine Fuqua celebrated the latest chapter of their ongoing partnership on Monday night with the New York City premiere of their new film The Equalizer.
Both Washington and Fuqua stressed that their prior collaboration, on the 2001 film for which Washington won the best actor Oscar, helped them quickly get into a groove.
"We know each other, so there's a shorthand. And he knows what he's doing, so I don't have to worry about what he's doing; I just have to worry about what I'm doing and come to work with a fully realized character," Washington told The Hollywood Reporter on the red carpet.
Later at the afterparty Fuqua said it was almost a seamless transition, despite the decade-plus gap between the two films.
By Variety: Brent Lang on September 16, 2014
Want to make a hit movie? Lighten up.
That's the advice IMAX Entertainment CEO Greg Foster offered up Tuesday at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Media, Communications & Entertainment Conference when asked about the recent box office swan dive.
By USA Today: Bob Nightengale on August 6, 2014
While it's an adventuresome and arduous task to travel to Cooperstown, N.,Y., Baseball's Hall of Fame Museum is now coming right to you.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, in conjunction with IMAX, MLB Advanced Media, Creative Artists Agency and Boston Red Sox chairman Tom Werner, will announce Wednesday that it has joined a partnership to create a museum on wheels that is being planned to be launched in spring training, 2016.