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An original action espionage film releasing in IMAX on July 17, 2020.
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Bacon wrote:
January 28th, 2020, 2:54 am
^Temp ban?
:lol:

I do have one question in mind. Just The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises, Interstellar & Dunkirk were all filmed with IMAX cameras for the scenes specifically made to show in 70mm format; But with TENET is definitely going to happen. I'm thinking they will all with IMAX 70mm formatted theaters in America & around the world will be featured for the film's showtimes when the tickets go on sale this July? I mean I know they will but what I'm asking is just for specially made IMAX domes, & other theaters with the real IMAX screens be picked by Christopher Nolan, then approved by Warner Brothers & last but not least tell IMAXs company to have the selected theaters to feature the Tenet movie to play at their theaters. The Omi Theater in Texas Forhworth is the one I'm taking myself & my fiance with along our friends to go see it in July weekend. I asked when I called they said they can if selected by the movies corporations, they just don't when during that time before & they are uncertain because they are an older theater. So I said that fine & I'll await to call you guys again when it gets closer.lol

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Super Bowl LIV: Most Movie Ads Sitting Out the Big Game As Prices Soar

Universal and Disney were the only major studios suiting up in 2019 for the actual game, and that appears to be the case again this time out. Paramount, home of this summer's Top Gun: Maverick, will have a major presence in the pre-game — Disney and Universal are expected to use this block as well — while Warner Bros. and Sony are staying home completely.

After the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs take to the field, Universal is expected to air spots for its summer tentpoles Fast & Furious 9 (May 22) and
Illumination's Minions: The Rise of Gru (July 3), according to insiders.
https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/amp/ ... ssion=true
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Wanna @ McCrabb with this and watch him block me

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Ace wrote:
January 28th, 2020, 2:40 pm
Super Bowl LIV: Most Movie Ads Sitting Out the Big Game As Prices Soar

Universal and Disney were the only major studios suiting up in 2019 for the actual game, and that appears to be the case again this time out. Paramount, home of this summer's Top Gun: Maverick, will have a major presence in the pre-game — Disney and Universal are expected to use this block as well — while Warner Bros. and Sony are staying home completely.

After the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs take to the field, Universal is expected to air spots for its summer tentpoles Fast & Furious 9 (May 22) and
Illumination's Minions: The Rise of Gru (July 3), according to insiders.
https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/amp/ ... ssion=true
I called it

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antovolk wrote:
January 28th, 2020, 2:44 pm
Wanna @ McCrabb with this and watch him block me
Please do. I'd love that.

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That bastard McCrabb lied to us all, again. I hate him.

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The film is not out yet, but from what I've seen and heard, the score is amazing. I would love to see Ludwig and Zimmer compose the score together for a future Nolan film like Zimmer and Newton on The Dark Knight.

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I get that reasoning for WB, but a good Super Bowl spot would of been a great way to draw attention to Tenet for casual moviegoers.

radewart wrote:
January 28th, 2020, 11:17 pm
I get that reasoning for WB, but a good Super Bowl spot would of been a great way to draw attention to Tenet for casual moviegoers.
I agree with that, if they would show a new Tenet trailer that would catch a lot people's attention if not more due to how many viewers are watching the game. WB's is being cautious I guess because they want to sell to promote their films but not hype it up so much it be not getting the ratings they want from Super Bowl while up against Disney & Universal.

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