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29 April 2010 @ 04:42 am
OMFG!!!!!!! Okay, F-List, How's This For A Reason To Meet Up?  
Gacked From Superman Homepage:

We have the first real confirmation of a new Superman from Warner Bros. via a Press Release announcement regarding a deal that's been signed with IMAX Corporation.


IMAX Corporation and Warner Bros. Pictures, a unit of Time Warner Inc., announced today that they have completed an agreement to release up to 20 Warner Bros. films in IMAX's format over the course of the next three and a half years (from 2010 through 2013). The agreement strategically aligns Warner Bros.' tent-pole business with the increasing worldwide popularity of The IMAX Experience(R) in both 2D and IMAX(R) 3D, providing the studio with an added distribution platform that consistently delivers strong box office
returns. The agreement underscores the excitement around the studio's future films which are anticipated to be among the best Hollywood event titles slated for release in the coming years.

Under the agreement, Warner Bros. movies that will be released in IMAX are: Legends of the Guardian: The Owls of Ga'Hoole 3D (September 24, 2010); Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (3D) (November 19, 2010); Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II (3D) (July 15, 2011); Happy Feet 2 (3D) (November 18, 2011); and The Hobbit (December 2013). Warner Bros. and IMAX also plan to release an additional 15 films over the course of 2011, 2012 and 2013, including Gravity, Dark Shadows, Fury Road, Batman 3, and Superman.

Personally, I think it may just be STM, but hell, that's what I want. Tell me, all, what be your thoughts on this news and can we start planning the damn meet-up finally??!?!

On the Verge of: excitedexcited
Lois: Clark :: Woobiekalalanekent on April 29th, 2010 04:57 pm (UTC)
No matter what the date, I'll be there. We saw SR in IMAX, as well, and the amount of detail was just INSANE! Anissa said I didn't blink the entire time. :D
Ferd: Batman- side view/ coming out of shadowsferdalump on April 29th, 2010 05:18 pm (UTC)
Hee! I understand. I saw TDK like a bajillion times in IMAX (and even SR in IMAX) and so it is definitely the way to go. :) The cool thing was that Nolan shot actual sequences with IMAX cameras for TDK, whereas SR was just shown in Imax. When it's shot that way it's even more epic. So yeah, the next movies will certainly be an experience.