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Michael Coate
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[EDIT: List updated 4/18.]
[EDIT: List updated 4/21.]
[EDIT: List updated 5/1. New bookings in bold.]

"Spider-Man 3" opens on May 4 in 75+ IMAX theatres.

The IMAX DMR Engagements Of "Spider-Man 3"

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UNITED STATES

ALABAMA
Huntsville: U.S. Space & Rocket Center Spacedome IMAX

ARIZONA
Phoenix: AMC Deer Valley 30 IMAX

CALIFORNIA
Cathedral City: North American Desert IMAX
Dublin: Regal Hacienda Crossings Stadium 20 & IMAX
Fresno: Regal Edwards Fresno Stadium 21 & IMAX
Irvine: Regal Edwards Irvine Spectrum 21 & IMAX
Los Angeles: National Amusements The Bridge: Cinema de Lux IMAX
Ontario: Regal Edwards Ontario Palace Stadium 22 & IMAX
Sacramento: Esquire IMAX (June 29, 2007)
San Diego: Regal Edwards Mira Mesa Stadium 18 & IMAX
San Francisco: AMC Loews Metreon IMAX
Universal City: AMC Loews Universal Citywalk IMAX

COLORADO
Colorado Springs: Cinemark IMAX Theatre at Carefree Circle
Denver: Regal UA Colorado Center 9 & IMAX

CONNECTICUT
Manchester: National Amusements Showcase Cinemas Buckland Hills IMAX

FLORIDA
Orlando: Regal Pointe Orlando Stadium 20 & IMAX
St. Augustine: World Golf Hall of Fame IMAX
St. Petersburg: Muvico Baywalk 20 IMAX
Tampa: Regal Channelside Cinemas & IMAX

GEORGIA
Buford: Regal Mall of Georgia Stadium 20 & IMAX

IDAHO
Boise: Regal Edwards Boise Stadium 21 & IMAX

ILLINOIS
Batavia: Goodrich Randall 15 IMAX
Chicago: Navy Pier IMAX
Lincolnshire: Regal Lincolnshire Stadium 20 & IMAX
Woodridge: Cinemark IMAX Theatre at Seven Bridges

INDIANA
Evansville: Showplace Cinemas East 18 IMAX
Indianapolis: Kerasotes ShowPlace 16 IMAX
Portage: Goodrich Portage 16 IMAX

IOWA
Cedar Rapids: McLeod/Busse IMAX Dome
Davenport: Putnam Museum IMAX (Date TBD)
Des Moines: SCI Blank IMAX Dome

KANSAS
Olathe: AMC Studio 30 IMAX

KENTUCKY
Louisville: National Amusements Cinema de Lux 20: Stonybrook IMAX

LOUISIANA
Covington: O’Neil Holiday Square Cinema 12 & IMAX

MASSACHUSETTS
Natick: Comcast IMAX Theater at Jordan’s Furniture
Reading: Comcast IMAX Theater at Jordan’s Furniture

MICHIGAN
Dearborn: Henry Ford IMAX
Grand Rapids: Loeks Celebration! IMAX Grand Rapids North
Lansing: Loeks Celebration! IMAX Lansing
Sterling Heights: AMC Forum 30 IMAX
Ypsilanti: National Amusements Showcase Cinemas Ann Arbor IMAX

MINNESOTA
Apple Valley: Great Clips IMAX Theatre at the Minnesota Zoo
St. Michael: CineMagic Metropolitan IMAX

MISSOURI
Sappington: Wehrenberg Ronnies 20 Cine IMAX
St. Louis: OMNIMAX @ St. Louis Science Center (July 20, 2007)

NEVADA
Las Vegas: Brendan Theatres and IMAX at the Palms

NEW JERSEY
Atlantic City: IMAX Theatre at Tropicana

NEW YORK
Gates: Cinemark IMAX Theatre at Tinseltown USA
New Rochelle: Regal New Roc City 18 & IMAX
New York: AMC Loews Lincoln Square IMAX
West Nyack: IMAX Theatre at Palisades Center
White Plains: National Amusements City Center 15: Cinema de Lux IMAX
Williamsville: Regal Transit Center Stadium 18 & IMAX

NORTH CAROLINA
Charlotte: Discovery Place Charlotte Observer OMNIMAX
Raleigh: Exploris IMAX

OHIO
Columbus: AMC Easton Town Center 30 IMAX
Springdale: National Amusements Springdale 18: Cinema de Lux IMAX

OKLAHOMA
Tulsa: Cinemark IMAX Theatre at The Tulsa

OREGON
Tigard: Regal Bridgeport Village Stadium 18 & IMAX

PENNSYLVANIA
Harrisburg: Whitaker Center Select Medical IMAX
King of Prussia: Regal UA King of Prussia Stadium 16 & IMAX
Tarentum: Cinemark IMAX Theatre at the Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills

SOUTH CAROLINA
Charleston: Charleston IMAX

TENNESSEE
Nashville: Regal Opry Mills Stadium 20 & IMAX

TEXAS
Colleyville: Metro Cinema IMAX + Indigo Grille
Dallas: Cinemark IMAX Theatre at Cinemark 17
Houston: Regal Edwards Marq*E Stadium 23 & IMAX
San Antonio: Santikos Palladium 19 IMAX

UTAH
Sandy: Megaplex 17 IMAX at Jordan Commons

VIRGINIA
Chantilly: Udvar-Hazy Center IMAX
Hampton: Virginia Air & Space Center IMAX
Virginia Beach: Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center IMAX

WASHINGTON
Seattle: Pacific Science Center Boeing & Eames IMAX
Spokane: Riverfront Park IMAX

WISCONSIN
Fitchburg: Star Cinema IMAX

CANADA

ALBERTA
Calgary: Cineplex Paramount Chinook IMAX
Edmonton: Cineplex SilverCity West Edmonton Mall IMAX

BRITISH COLUMBIA
Langley: Cineplex Colossus Langley IMAX
Richmond: Cineplex SilverCity Riverport IMAX

MANITOBA
Winnipeg: IMAX Theatre at Portage Place (Date TBD)

NOVA SCOTIA
Halifax: Empire IMAX

ONTARIO
Mississauga: Cineplex Coliseum Mississauga IMAX
Ottawa: Cineplex SilverCity Gloucester IMAX
Toronto: Scotiabank Theatre Toronto
Vaughan: Cineplex Colossus Woodbridge IMAX

QUEBEC
Montreal: Cineplex Paramount Montreal IMAX
Quebec: IMAX des Galleries de la Capitale



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Caleb Johnstone-Cowan
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This isn't playing in the IMAX in London, not first-run anyway. Anyone in the UK know whether it will get a run at the BFI after Odeon decide to stop showing it in Leicester Square?

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Dick Vaughan
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It may well get a second run but that will probably depend on "pre-owned" prints coming in from the States.

Unfortunately Sony have decided not to bring any prints into the UK for day and date opening.

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Michael Coate
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List updated. New entries in bold.

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Michael Coate
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List updated. New entries in bold.

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Michael Coate
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List updated. New entries in bold.

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Phil Hill
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Yawn...

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Michael Coate
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Phil...If you're getting sleepy, then maybe you should just go to bed...instead of wasting everyone's time chiming in to a discussion that apparently is of no interest to you. [Roll Eyes]

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Frank Angel
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I like it when Phil chimes in. [Big Grin]

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Michael Coate
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Then I guess I should consider adding both of you to my (growing) list of asshole detractors.

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Phil Hill
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 - Yawn...

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Mark Gulbrandsen
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Personally.... I'd just let Phil Yawn if he wants to! Its certainly justified here [sleep] . Humm... I wonder why hiz list of assholes is growing....?

Mark

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Monte L Fullmer
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looks like Spidey 3 took a horrible nose dive for the 2nd week - figured as much due to over 4500 screens playing that thing.

Give it three weeks and it'll be almost a distant memory...

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Brian Michael Weidemann
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With our IMAX print, and seven 35mm prints, we've got 40 shows a day. We didn't lose any of the prints for the second week. The 35mm's are hardly filling up, but the IMAX turn out is still hefty.

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Anslem Rayburn
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It's 4200 theaters, right? Which would be more like 9,000+ screens? Just clarifying, in case I got it wrong. I know our town had it showing 5 prints between the two theaters, on a total of 8 screens.

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