Well, it would appear that "Star Trek" enthusiasm is alive and well as a bunch of Trekkies have so far made at least one website go dark with their slobbering fanatic mania.
"Star Trek Into Darkness" opens on May 9 in the UK and tickets went on sale yesterday for the first round of IMAX screenings. Crazed "Trek" fans flooded the IMAX site, causing it to have ten times more traffic than usual. Yeah, you see where this is going, right? Get More »
Move over, Christopher Nolan — you're not the only director who can handle those big ol' IMAX cameras.
Panem is set to look even more vast and imposing as parts of "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" will be shot using IMAX cameras, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Director Francis Lawrence (taking over from "Games"-maker Gary Ross) will shoot key sequences of the film in the IMAX format, much in the same way that Christopher Nolan did with certain parts of "The Dark Knight." Get More »
There are a lot of big blockbusters coming out this year, but the biggest of all is "The Dark Knight Rises" — and we mean that quite literally, as according to The Wall Street Journal, Christopher Nolan has announced that over an hour of the film was shot using IMAX technology.
Face it: Normal theaters just can't contain the power of Christian Bale's Batman. Get More »
"The Dark Knight Rises" doesn't open until July 2012, but the slow trickle of photos, teaser trailers and story details are just enough to tide us over.Well, barely.
Luckily, fans will have something a little meatier to slake our "Dark Knight" hunger on Dec. 16th, which is when Warner Bros. plans to unleash the six-minute prologue in IMAX theaters. (UK fans will get their turn on Dec. 21.) Get More »
If you remember, Christopher Nolan shot a few scenes from "The Dark Knight" using IMAX cameras, particularly the opening bank heist and the Batpod chase. And everyone was highly pleased with the results.
Now, hot on the heels of Nolan announcing that "The Dark Knight Rises" won't be shot in 3-D comes the rumor that he will be shooting the entire film with IMAX cameras. Get More »