Por The LA Times: Saba Hamedy en la septiembre 30, 2015
In the movie business, a "limited release" — opening a movie on only a few screens before expanding to more theaters — is usually done for a small, independent movie that needs time to build buzz to attract wider audiences.
But in the case of two new studio movies, the limited release is aimed at something bigger — namely Imax screens.
Por Variety: Brent Lang en la septiembre 20, 2015
Even good movies can fail.
From video games to HBO shows, there’s so much competition for people’s attention these days that glowing reviews and a compelling story aren’t enough to guarantee a movie will do well. That’s even harder when fall movie season kicks off and a slew of awards contenders all crowd into movie theaters hoping to woo adult audiences while competing for Oscar gold.
Por The Wall Street Journal: Don Steinberg en la septiembre 10, 2015
Baltasar Kormákur, director of the mountain-climbing drama “Everest,” says it took a location-scouting trip halfway up Mount Everest, to a snowy base camp in Nepal, for him to appreciate that it might make sense to have his movie’s audience put on 3-D glasses.
Por The Hollywood Reporter: Gregg Kilday en la agosto 26, 2015
Disney's reboot will take over Imax’s large-format pioneer's screens for four weeks, knocking out all would-be competitors
Por Variety: Patrick Frater en la agosto 20, 2015
Shanghai Film Corporation has committed to installing a further five Imax theaters in its Shanghai United Circuit cinemas.