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Disney, IMAX to Team Up on Marvel Movies

By The Wall Street Journal: Ben Fox Rubin on March 20, 2014

Deal Continues Companies' Long-Running Relationship


Walt Disney Co. and IMAX Corp. agreed to release a handful of upcoming Disney films in IMAX theaters, with plans to team up on several Marvel films and a Star Wars movie in 2015.


The deal continues IMAX and Disney's long-running relationship and will involve IMAX being part of Disney's release strategy for several major films, including this year's "Marvel's Captain America: The Winter Soldier," "Maleficent," and "Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy," as well as next year's "Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron," "Tomorrowland" and "Star Wars: Episode VII."


Last year, the two companies agreed to co-produce their first movie together, expanding the relationship between the entertainment giant and the operator of theaters known for large floor-to-ceiling curved screens.


The companies have previously collaborated together on the distribution of numerous films such as "Fantasia 2000" and "Oz the Great and Powerful."

Read more about the IMAX and Disney partnership on The Wall Street Journal's website.

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Russia's Mori Cinema Buys Five More IMAX Screens

By The Hollywood Reporter: Etan Vlessing on March 4, 2014

The deal comes after the Russian exhibitor opened its first giant screen theater.


TORONTO -- Russian theater circuit Mori Cinema has acquired another five IMAX screens after opening its first from the Canadian giant screen exhibitor.

Mori, as part of its agreement with IMAX, is to install four of the new theaters in new construction projects in Irkutsk, Murmansk, Archangelsk and Moscow.

One retrofitted theater is to be installed in Togliatti.

The latest deal with Mori brings the Russian exhibitor's stable of IMAX theaters to six.

Read more about IMAX's expansion in Russia on The Hollywood Reporter's website.

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Construction to start on IMAX headquarters in Playa Vista

By The Los Angeles Times: Richard Verrier on February 26, 2014

IMAX is building a $45-million West Coast headquarters with two screening rooms in Playa Vista. (Gensler / February 26, 2014)

Renowned big-screen cinema purveyor IMAX Corp. is set to break ground Thursday on a new West Coast headquarters that will house two large screening rooms, offices and production facilities for moviemakers.


The $45-million complex is being built in the commercial district of Playa Vista, a planned community south of Marina del Rey.


IMAX's property will rise at the corner of Westlawn Avenue and Millennium Drive, next to the massive hangar where aerospace mogul Howard Hughes built his infamous wooden transport plane known as the Spruce Goose.


Developer Lincoln Property Co. is building the 66,000-square-foot facility that IMAX will own. Lincoln also built more than 800,000 square feet of offices at Playa Vista and is developing the $260-million Runway office, retail and housing project that will serve as Playa Vista's downtown.

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Island of Lemurs: Madagascar Participating Theatres

By IMAX on February 20, 2014

Lemurs are some of our planet’s most interesting primates – they dance, they sing, and they live solely on the exotic island of Madagascar.

Island of Lemurs: Madagascar opens exclusively in IMAX and IMAX 3D theatres beginning April 4.  View the list below to find a theatre near you!  Make sure to check back as additional theatres will be added.


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'Gravity' Passes $100M In IMAX

By Forbes: Scott Mendelson on February 7, 2014

As the headline states, Gravity has become the third film in history to earn $100 million worldwide in IMAX engagements alone. For the record, the other two films were Avatar and The Dark Knight Rises.  Avatar earned $2.78 billion globally and The Dark Knight Rises earned $1.084 billion worldwide. Comparatively, Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity has earned “just” $695 million worldwide. Thus, the $100m benchmark is especially worthwhile considering the much larger percentage of tickets sold in the large-screen format, in this case about 15% of its total gross.

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