I, Frankenstein has had one curious film history, from once being a 2D film, then delayed to be upconverted to 3D, it’s now being released on January 24, 2014 in IMAX. The film – based on the Kevin Grevioux graphic novel of the same name – has been delayed seemingly just to make the maximum amount of profit possible. Not that anyone can blame them, but you have a solid cast in Aaron Eckhart, Yvonne Strahovski, and Bill Nighy so that’s not a bad cast to place your bets on for a sleeper hit.
Today the IMAX Corporation and Toei Company Ltd. announced that the upcoming anime film Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods will be released in IMAX Digital theatres in Japan starting March 30.The Battle of the Gods is a new original story by Toriyama which takes between the “Z” and “GT” Dragon Ball animated series – or, more specifically, between installments 517 and 518 of the Dragon Ball comic book series, filling the 10-year story lapse after Demon Boo is defeated.
This summer will mark the 20th anniversary of Jurassic Park (feeling old yet?) The legendary film has already received 3D post-conversion for its re-release this year. Now it will be getting digitally re-mastered for IMAX as well. Jurassic Park will be released in IMAX for just one week, beginning April 5, 2013.
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