While we’re not exactly that thrilled about how a movie’s box office performance has become a big horse race with the public, it’s often fun to track how a movie does when it finally hits the theaters.
While 3D is indeed on the wane in the States, the one hot movie technology continues to be IMAX.
When a movie is in serious trouble, its release date often gets pushed back. However, when a film's release date is moved up, it can mean several things.
One of the most anticipated genre films of 2013 is Star Trek Into Darkness.
Although it may often be too much to take in all at once, seeing a movie in IMAX can be a hell of an experience.
With the movie business in a constant state of flux, it's no wonder we've been hearing so much about tech like 3D and 48 frames per second.
It's obviously the "no sh*t Sherlock" statement of the year, but people are going to be flocking to theaters in droves when The Dark Knight Rises hits theaters on July 20.
IMAX was given a big boost when Chris Nolan used the format in the original Dark Knight alongside regular 35mm footage.
As we've reported previously, Metallica's currently working on its next album, as well as their own music festival, along with a 3D movie, which they'll be funding themselves.
The opening segment of the original Dark Knight with the Joker pulling off the bank robbery really was quite a remarkable sight.
I've heard stories about movies that were so big on opening day that theaters would actually keep screenings going twenty four hours to satisfy demand.
IMAX Corporation and Lionsgate have confirmed that the long-awaited adaptation of The Hunger Games will see a remastered IMAX format release.
Midnight showings for The Dark Knight Rises - which hits theaters July 20 - went on sale about a week ago and sold out in record time.
How much stuff can a director blow up during his career? If you’re Michael Bay, clearly a lot: close to a thousand explosions, actually.
Michael Bay is a lot like the line in Spinal Tap: the amps go to eleven, or in his case, more like twenty.
Like heavy metal itself, Bay wants everything bigger, fast, and more ear-splittingly louder than before.
Sony, one of the strongest supporters of the new 3D movement, is set to be backing one of the most ambitious new TV channels and is ready to go live with it in just a few days, according to a new rumor.
As if James Cameron's Avatar didn't make enough money in its original screening, a second theater run, and an initial home video release, a new "special edition" of the film is coming back to theaters.
After successul runs with films like Alice in Wonderland and A Christmas Carol, Disney has penned a new deal with Imax to bring three new 3D titles to the huge screens next year.
The Hubble Space Telescope is the unlikely star of a new Imax film, eclipsing even its narrator, Leonardo DiCaprio.