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Mike Heenan
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I saw Wolf of Wall Street today which had a ridiculous 28 minutes of trailers and promos before the movie started. Anyways, one of the promos was for AMC's classics series, like Ferris Bueller, Princess Bride, etc. Anyone know if these screenings are 2/4K or some other format? They had Ferris Bueller cropped to 1:85 in the promo which had me worried, but I think that may have been just to keep the look of the promo consistent with the other flat films.

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