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Paul Gordon
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from here:

http://www.lfexaminer.com/DarkKnightRisesOn1570.htm


The official list at Warner Bros.' Web site includes several Cineplex theaters in Canada that have been converted to IMAX digital. According to Pat Marshall, Cineplex VP of communications, those theaters have not had their 15/70 projectors reinstalled, and will show DKR digitally, not on film. The only Cineplex theaters that will show DKR on film are in Toronto and Montreal.



* Indicates that the theater has both IMAX film and IMAX digital projectors. These theaters are capable of showing The Dark Knight Rises (and other films) either on film or digitally, but will probably show DKR on film.



** MPX film theater with a wide screen, not a full-height 1.33-ratio screen.



*** IMAX Dome Theater


Country State City Theater
AUSTRALIA NSW Sydney LG IMAX Theatre Sydney
AUSTRALIA VIC Melbourne IMAX Theatre Melbourne
CANADA MB Winnipeg IMAX Theatre Winnipeg
CANADA ON Toronto Cineplex Scotiabank Theatre Toronto & IMAX
CANADA QC Gatineau Canadian Museum of Civilization
CANADA QC Montreal Cineplex Cinema Banque Scotia Montreal IMAX
CANADA QC Quebec IMAX des Galeries de la Capitale
CANADA SK Regina Saskatchewan Science Centre
THAILAND Bangkok KrungSri IMAX Paragon CinePlex
UAE Dubai Meydan Racecourse
UNITED KINGDOM Bradford National Media Museum
UNITED KINGDOM Glasgow Glasgow Science Centre
UNITED KINGDOM London BFI IMAX Theater
UNITED KINGDOM London Science Museum, London
UNITED KINGDOM Manchester Odeon Manchester IMAX @ The Printworks
USA AL Birmingham McWane Science Center ***
USA AL Huntsville U.S. Space and Rocket Center ***
USA AZ Tempe Harkins Arizona Mills 25
USA CA Cathedral City Desert IMAX Theater
USA CA Dublin Regal Hacienda Crossings Stadium 21 & IMAX *
USA CA Fresno Regal Fresno Stadium 22 & IMAX *
USA CA Irvine Regal Irvine Spectrum 21 & IMAX
USA CA Los Angeles Rave 18 & IMAX
USA CA Ontario Regal Ontario Palace Stadium 22 & IMAX
USA CA Sacramento Esquire IMAX Theatre
USA CA San Francisco AMC Loews Metreon 16 & IMAX
USA CA San Jose Tech Museum of Innovation ***
USA CA Universal City AMC Universal Citywalk Stadium 19 & IMAX
USA CO Colorado Springs Cinemark Carefree Circle & IMAX *
USA CO Denver Regal Colorado Center 9 & IMAX *
USA CT Manchester Rave Buckland Hills 18 & IMAX **
USA CT Norwalk Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk
USA DC Washington National Air and Space Museum
USA DC Washington National Museum of Natural History
USA FL Fort Lauderdale Museum of Discovery and Science
USA FL Orlando Regal Pointe Orlando Stadium 20 & IMAX
USA FL Tampa Museum of Science and Industry ***
USA GA Buford Regal Mall of Georgia Stadium 20 & IMAX *
USA IA Council Bluffs AMC Star Council Bluffs 17 & IMAX **
USA IA Des Moines Science Center of Iowa ***
USA ID Boise Regal Boise Stadium 21 & IMAX *
USA IL Chicago Navy Pier IMAX Theatre
USA IL Lincolnshire Regal Lincolnshire Stadium 21 & IMAX *
USA IL Woodridge Cinemark @ Seven Bridges & IMAX *
USA IN Indianapolis Indiana State Museum
USA MA Natick Jordan's Furniture
USA MA Reading Jordan's Furniture
USA MI Dearborn The Henry Ford
USA MI Grand Rapids Celebration! Cinema Grand Rapids North & IMAX *
USA MN Apple Valley Great Clips IMAX at Minnesota Zoo
USA MO Branson Branson's IMAX Entertainment Complex
USA MO Saint Louis Saint Louis Science Center ***
USA MO Sappington Wehrenberg Ronnies 20 Cine & IMAX
USA NC Charlotte Discovery Place, Inc. ***
USA NJ Atlantic City Tropicana Casino And Resort
USA NJ Jersey City Liberty Science Center ***
USA NV Las Vegas Brenden Theatres and IMAX at the Palms *
USA NY New Rochelle Regal New Roc Stadium 18 & IMAX *
USA NY New York AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13 & IMAX
USA NY Rochester Cinemark Tinseltown USA & IMAX *
USA NY West Nyack IMAX Theatre at Palisades Center
USA OK Tulsa Cinemark Tulsa & IMAX *
USA PA Harrisburg Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts
USA PA King of Prussia Regal King of Prussia Stadium & IMAX *
USA PA Philadelphia Franklin Institute Science Museum ***
USA PA Pittsburgh Carnegie Science Center ***
USA PA Tarentum Cinemark Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills & IMAX **
USA RI Providence National Amusements Providence Place Cinemas 16 & IMAX *
USA TN Nashville Regal Opry Mills Stadium 20 & IMAX *
USA TX Austin Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum
USA TX Dallas Cinemark 17 & IMAX *
USA TX Fort Worth Fort Worth Museum of Science and History ***
USA TX Houston Regal Houston Marq*e 23 & IMAX
USA TX San Antonio Alamo IMAX Theatre
USA TX San Antonio Santikos Palladium IMAX **
USA TX Tomball Santikos Silverado 16 IMAX **
USA VA Chantilly Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center
USA VA Virginia Beach Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center
USA WA Seattle Pacific Science Center
USA WI Fitchburg AMC Star Fitchburg 18 & IMAX **

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John Wilson
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>>List of 15/70 Cinemas for Drak Knight Rises<<

Cool! A new Dracula movie! [Wink]

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Joris Springer
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Awesome, I am going to New York this August and I wanted to watch The Dark Knight Rises in that cinema, did not know that they would play it on 70mm so that will make it even more special.

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Mark J. Marshall
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Anyone know where the special "EK" or whatever prints will be playing? Or if there even are any?

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Shawn M. Martin
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Wonder if all of these will be showing it on July 20, because Mission Impossible 4 didn't play at the Museum of Natural History until three weeks after opening day. The Udvar-Hazy Center got it first.

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Ryan Schoen
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From my understanding some of those that converted back to 15/70 will have rights to show the film before the official opening day. At least one of the theaters that I tech for that has 15/70 will be.

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In Detroit our local film IMAX (Museum install) is showing Spiderman on their schedule through 7/19 with the first DKR show on 7/20. From what I can see the other film IMAX in Michigan (across the state) has their first show still listed as Midnight on 7/19.

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Shawn M. Martin
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OK: The Museum of Natural History, the Air & Space Museum and the Udvar-Hazy Center are showing this starting July 20. So barring mass sellouts, people in the DC area who want to see this in 15/70 aren't going to have to go way out of their way to the Udvar-Hazy in Chantilly.

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EDIT: Nevermind

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In New Rochelle NY we will be running film, we just had our service call. If anything goes wrong during the film run they will switch over to digital till the film issue is resolved. I have a feeling that once an issue arises with film, Regal will favor the digital for the entire run of TDKR and cancel film IMAX runs. If they do that there will be alot of upset people demanding passes or a refund after discovering what they are watching is a cheat.

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You're absolutely right. I would be pissed and would demand passes AND refunds. We did that when the latest Pirates of the Caribbean movie turned out to be digital at King of Prussia. Sure seemed like a bait and switch to me. "Yeah, it's still IMAX..."

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I completely agree too. I made sure that the White River is showing it in film not digital, plus I don't think they have digital anyways. I would be pissed too, if I found out it was in digital and went to all that trouble to make sure I was watching it in a theater with film capabilities.

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quote: Shawn M. Martin
OK: The Museum of Natural History, the Air & Space Museum and the Udvar-Hazy Center are showing this starting July 20. So barring mass sellouts, people in the DC area who want to see this in 15/70 aren't going to have to go way out of their way to the Udvar-Hazy in Chantilly.
not having to drive all the way out to Chantilly is a definite plus. [thumbsup]

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quote: Matthew McBride
I would be pissed too, if I found out it was in digital and went to all that trouble to make sure I was watching it in a theater with film capabilities.

As pissed as these people?

Deadline Hollywood: Black eye for IMAX in front of the media tonight. A source tells me that a botched IMAX screening of The Dark Knight Rises sent about 100 reporters and critics home mid-movie tonight. Warner Bros apologized to the pissed-off invitees and is holding an 8 AM re-screening for them just prior to the Saturday press junket with all the film’s stars. An IMAX rep explained this was the only IMAX print of the movie on the entire West Coast:

“The computer device that syncs the picture and sound broke about 1 hour into the screening. Junket reporters, local press, and members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association were at the IMAX at the AMC at Citywalk to see the film. A strict no-guest policy with wristbands were issued for entrance. The movie started promptly at 7 PM. But at about 8:15 PM, as a new reel began, the dialogue between Christian Bale and Michael Caine was clearly out of sync - with a full 5- to 10-second lip-flap after lines were spoken. After a few minutes the crowd shouted for a projectionist. The movie was stopped and the lights went up. A 40-year employee of IMAX said that this has never ever happened to him before. After 20 minutes the man came out again and said the sync computer had failed and could not be rebooted. A computer is now being taken out of IMAX headquarters in West Los Angeles and installed in the AMC Universal location overnight. Reporters were asked to return to the same theater Saturday at 8 AM to see the film. Warner Bros reps asked that everyone see the movie in its entirety and not just from where it left off.”

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Matthew McBride
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Wow that is even worse. Especially with all the hoopla about it being in 15/70, and then an epic fail. I can't imagine being in their shoes. I bet there will be all kinds of news stories circling around this movie that will spark up the film vs. digital stuff again.

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