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'Gravity' Passes $100M In IMAX

By Forbes: Scott Mendelson auf Februar 07, 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... Lesen Sie mehr

‘Monkey King’ Beats ‘Iron Man 3′ Record on IMAX in China

By The Wrap: By Todd Cunningham auf Februar 04, 2014

Martial arts action film posts a $1.8M first day on its way to a $50M opening on Chinese New Year weekend IMAX Theaters said Tuesday that it took in a single-day record $1.8 million in China on Friday, powered by the local hit “The Monkey King.” The martial arts action film’s debut on 140 IMAX screens came on the first day of the Chinese New Year, and topped the $1.5 million mark set by Disney and Marvel’s... Lesen Sie mehr

Richard Gelfond, CEO Of IMAX, Makes Big Prediction About The Future Of Movies

By The Huffington Post auf Januar 24, 2014

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China's Wanda Plans to Open 80 IMAX Theaters by 2021

By The Wall Street Journal: Laurie Burkitt auf Dezember 17, 2013

BEIJING—China's Wanda Cinema Line Corp. is expanding its partnership with IMAX Corp. IMX.T +3.92% , signing on 80 new IMAX theaters in a deal that would make China the big-screen company's largest market. Wanda, a unit of real estate conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group Co. and China's largest movie-theater chain by outlets, plans to open the 80 IMAX theaters by 2021, rolling out 20 each year starting in 2016, said IMAX Chief... Lesen Sie mehr

IMAX, Sasaki Kogyo Ink Deal for Japanese Theater With Laser Projection

By The Hollywood Reporter: Etan Vlessing auf Dezember 05, 2013

The deal will see the Cinema Sunshine-branded multiplex screen fitted for a next-generation laser projector. TORONTO -- IMAX has sold another theater to Sasaki Kogyo, set to be the first in Japan to install next-generation laser projection technology. The theater, to operate under the Cinema Sunshine brand in a new multiplex in Tokyo's Ikebukuro district, will have a projection system that promises far better brightness and clarity than rival movie projectors. No word on when the latest Cinema Sunshine IMAX theater will open or install... Lesen Sie mehr

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