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Warner Bros. Pictures', Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures' And New Line Cinema's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey To Open In IMAX® Theatres Around The World Starting Dec. 12

Film to Open in IMAX Theatres Across North America Dec. 14

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- IMAX Corporation (NYSE: IMAX; TSX: IMX) today announced that Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, a production of New Line Cinema and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures (MGM), the first of a trilogy of films adapting the enduringly popular masterpiece The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkien, will be digitally re-mastered into the immersive IMAX® 3D format. The film will be released in IMAX® internationally starting Dec. 12 and domestically beginning Dec. 14.

(Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20111107/MM01969LOGO )

"The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is the ideal story and visual spectacle to be experienced in IMAX 3D," said Greg Foster, Chairman and President of IMAX Filmed Entertainment. "Our mantra is to support the vision of trailblazers like Peter Jackson and we're pleased that select IMAX theatres will also be playing the film with our high frame rate system -- an exciting new way for moviegoers to experience this highly anticipated trilogy."

The IMAX release of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey will be digitally re-mastered into the image and sound quality of The IMAX 3D Experience® with proprietary IMAX DMR® (Digital Re-mastering) technology. The crystal-clear images, coupled with IMAX's customized theatre geometry and powerful digital audio, create a unique environment that will make audiences feel as if they are in the movie.

A select number of IMAX theatres will be presenting The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey using a higher frame rate (HFR).

You can learn more about The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey by visiting Warner Bros. Pictures official site at www.thehobbit.com.

About High Frame Rate 3D (HFR 3D)

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey  will be released in all motion picture formats, including the brand new format High Frame Rate 3D (HFR 3D).  With the support of select theatres, HFR 3D represents a technological advancement in the motion picture experience.  This innovative format presents the picture in 48 frames per second (fps), which is closer to what the human eye actually sees.  This is twice the rate of the standard 24 fps, which is the current format in cinemas worldwide.  In The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, Peter Jackson has pushed the boundaries of new filmmaking techniques by capturing the movie in HFR 3D, marking the first use of this method in a major motion picture release. A complete list of IMAX® theatres that will be projecting the movie in HFR 3D can be found here: http://imax.ly/SumIdL

About The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

The film follows title character Bilbo Baggins, who -- along with the Wizard Gandalf and 13 Dwarves, led by the legendary warrior Thorin Oakenshield -- is swept into an epic quest to reclaim the lost Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor from the fearsome Dragon Smaug. Along the path, the unassuming Bilbo Baggins not only discovers depths of ingenuity and courage that surprise even him, he also gains possession of a "precious" ring tied to the fate of all Middle-Earth in ways he cannot begin to know.

The screenplay for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey was written by Fran Walsh & Philippa Boyens & Peter Jackson & Guillermo del Toro.  Jackson is also producing the film, together with Carolynne Cunningham, Zane Weiner and Fran Walsh.  The executive producers are Alan Horn, Toby Emmerich, Ken Kamins and Carolyn Blackwood, with Boyens and Eileen Moran serving as co-producers.  The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and the second and third films of the trilogy are productions of New Line Cinema and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures (MGM), with New Line managing production.  Warner Bros. Pictures is handling worldwide theatrical distribution, with select international territories as well as all international television distribution being handled by MGM.

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey: The IMAX Experience® is scheduled to play at the following IMAX theatres on Dec. 14:

UNITED STATES

Alabama

Hoover – Carmike Patton Creek 15 + IMAX

Huntsville – Carmike Valley Bend 18 + IMAX

Tuscaloosa – Cobb Hollywood 16 Cinemas + IMAX

Alaska

Anchorage – Regal Tikahtnu Stadium 16 + IMAX

Fairbanks – Regal Goldstream Stadium 16 + IMAX

Arizona

Glendale – AMC Westgate 20 with IMAX

Mesa – Dickinson Gateway 12 IMAX Theatre

Phoenix – AMC Deer Valley 30 with IMAX

Phoenix – AMC Desert Ridge 18 with IMAX

Tempe – Harkins Arizona Mills 25 with IMAX

Tucson – AMC Loews Foothills 15 with IMAX

Arkansas

Little Rock – Dickinson Chenal 9 IMAX Theatre

California

Alhambra – Regal Edwards Alhambra Renaissance Stadium 14 + IMAX

Aliso Viejo – Regal Aliso Viejo Stadium 20 + IMAX

Anaheim – AMC Downtown Disney 12 with IMAX

Arcadia – AMC Santa Anita 16 with IMAX

Brentwood – Rave Brentwood 14 + IMAX

Burbank – AMC Burbank 16 with IMAX

Camarillo – Regal Camarillo Palace Stadium 12 + IMAX

Cathedral City – Ultrastar Cinemas Desert IMAX

City of Industry – AMC Puente Hills 20 with IMAX

Covina – AMC Covina 30 with IMAX

Cupertino – AMC Cupertino Square 16 with IMAX

Dublin – Regal Hacienda Crossings Stadium 21 + IMAX

El Cajon – Regal Parkway Plaza Stadium 18 + IMAX

El Dorado Hills – Regal El Dorado Stadium 14 + IMAX

Emeryville – AMC Bay Street 16 with IMAX

Escondido – Regal Escondido Stadium 16 + IMAX

Fairfield – Regal Fairfield Stadium 16 + IMAX

Fresno – Regal Fresno Stadium 22 + IMAX

Irvine – Regal Irvine Spectrum 21 + IMAX

Lancaster – Cinemark 22 + IMAX

Long Beach – Regal Long Beach Stadium 26 + IMAX

Los Angeles – AMC Century City 15 with IMAX

Los Angeles – Rave 18 + IMAX

Los Angeles – AMC Universal Citywalk Stadium 19 with IMAX

National City – AMC Plaza Bonita 14 with IMAX

Norwalk – AMC Norwalk 20 with IMAX

Ontario – Regal Ontario Palace Stadium 22 + IMAX

Orange – AMC 30 At The Block with IMAX

Riverside – AMC Tyler Galleria 16 with IMAX

Sacramento – Esquire IMAX Theatre

San Diego – AMC Mission Valley 20 with IMAX

San Diego – AMC Palm Promenade 24 with IMAX

San Diego – Regal Mira Mesa Stadium 18 + IMAX

San Francisco – AMC Loews Metreon 16 with IMAX

San Francisco – AMC Van Ness 14 with IMAX

San Jose – AMC Eastridge 15 with IMAX

San Jose – AMC Saratoga 14 with IMAX

San Jose – The Tech Museum Hackworth IMAX Dome Theater

Santa Clara – AMC Mercado 20 with IMAX

Santa Clarita – Regal Valencia Stadium 12 + IMAX

Simi Valley – Regal Civic Center Stadium 16 + IMAX

South Gate – Regal South Gate Stadium 20 + IMAX

Stockton – Regal Stockton City Centre Stadium 16 + IMAX

Temecula – Regal Temecula Stadium 15 + IMAX

Torrance – AMC Del Amo 18 with IMAX

Woodland Hills – AMC Promenade 16 with IMAX

Colorado

Aurora – AMC Arapahoe Crossing 16 + IMAX

Colorado Springs – Cinemark Carefree Circle + IMAX

Denver – Regal Colorado Center 9 + IMAX

Highlands Ranch – AMC Highlands Ranch 24 + IMAX

Lakewood – Regal UA Colorado Mills Stadium 16 + IMAX

Westminster – AMC Orchard 12 with IMAX

Westminster – AMC Westminster Promenade 24 with IMAX

Connecticut

Danbury – AMC Loews Danbury 16 with IMAX

Manchester – Rave Buckland Hills 18 + IMAX

Milford – Rave Connecticut Post 14 + IMAX

Plainville – AMC Loews Plainville 20 with IMAX

Delaware

Wilmington – Penn Cinema Riverfront IMAX

District of Columbia

Washington – AMC Loews Georgetown 14 with IMAX

Washington – National Air + Space Museum Lockheed Martin IMAX**

Washington – National Museum of Natural History Samuel C. Johnson IMAX**


Florida

Altamonte Springs – AMC Altamonte Mall 18 with IMAX

Aventura – AMC Aventura 24 with IMAX

Brandon – AMC The Regency 20 with IMAX

Destin – Rave Destin Commons 14 + IMAX

Fort Lauderdale – Museum of Discovery + Science AutoNation IMAX

Fort Myers – Regal Gulf Coast Town Center Stadium 16 + IMAX

Jacksonville – AMC Regency 24 with IMAX

Lakeland – Cobb Lakeside 18 + IMAX

Merritt Island – Cobb Merritt Square 16 + IMAX

Miami – Cobb Dolphin 19 + IMAX

Oldsmar – AMC Woodlands Square 20 with IMAX

Orange Park – AMC Orange Park 24 with IMAX

Orlando – AMC Loews Universal Cineplex 20 with IMAX

Orlando – Regal Pointe Orlando Stadium 20 + IMAX

Orlando – Regal Waterford Stadium 20 + IMAX

Panama City Beach – The Grand 16 + IMAX Pier Park – Panama City

Pensacola – Carmike Pensacola Bayou 15 + IMAX

Sarasota – AMC Sarasota 12 with IMAX

South Miami – AMC Sunset Place 24 with IMAX

St. Augustine – The World Golf Hall of Fame IMAX Theater

St. Petersburg – Muvico Baywalk 20 + IMAX

Sunrise – Regal Sawgrass Stadium 23 + IMAX

Tallahassee – AMC Tallahassee Mall 20 with IMAX

Tampa – AMC Veterans 24 with IMAX

Tampa – Museum of Science + Industry IMAX Dome Theatre

West Palm Beach – Muvico Parisian 20 + IMAX

Georgia

Atlanta – Regal Atlantic Station 16 + IMAX

Augusta – Regal Augusta Exchange Stadium 20 + IMAX

Buford – Regal Mall of Georgia Stadium 20 + IMAX

Cumming – AMC Avenue Forsyth 12 with IMAX

Douglasville – Regal Arbor Place Stadium 18 + IMAX

Kennesaw – AMC Barrett Commons 24 with IMAX

Lithonia – AMC Stonecrest 16 with IMAX

Macon – AmStar 16 + IMAX – Macon

Morrow – AMC Southlake Pavilion 24 with IMAX

Pooler – Royal Cinemas Pooler IMAX

Hawaii

Honolulu – Regal Dole Cannery Stadium 18 + IMAX

Idaho

Boise – Regal Boise Stadium 21 + IMAX

Illinois

Batavia – Goodrich Randall 15 IMAX

Chicago – Navy Pier IMAX Theatre

Country Club Hills – AMC Loews Country Club Hills 16 with IMAX

Edwardsville – AMC Showplace Edwardsville 12 with IMAX

Hodgkins – AMC Loews Quarry Cinemas 14 with IMAX

Lincolnshire – Regal Lincolnshire Stadium 21 + IMAX

Lombard – AMC Yorktown 17 with IMAX

Naperville – AMC Showplace Naperville 16 with IMAX

New Lenox – AMC Showplace New Lenox 14 with IMAX

Niles – AMC Showplace Niles 12 with IMAX

Peoria – Carmike Grand Prairie 18 + IMAX

Rockford – AMC Showplace Rockford 16 with IMAX

Schaumburg – AMC Loews Streets of Woodfield 20 with IMAX

Skokie – AMC Showplace Village Crossing 18 with IMAX

South Barrington – AMC South Barrington 30 with IMAX

Woodridge – Cinemark @ Seven Bridges + IMAX

Indiana

Evansville – Showplace Cinemas East 18 + IMAX

Fort Wayne – Carmike Jefferson Pointe 18 + IMAX

Indianapolis – AMC Showplace Indianapolis 17 with IMAX

Indianapolis – AMC Showplace Traders Point 12 with IMAX

Noblesville – Goodrich Hamilton 16 IMAX

Portage – Goodrich Portage 16 IMAX

Schererville – AMC Showplace Schererville 12 with IMAX

Iowa

Council Bluffs – AMC Star Council Bluffs 17 with IMAX

Davenport – Rave Davenport 53 + IMAX

Des Moines – Science Center of Iowa Blank + IMAX Dome Theater


Kansas

Leawood – AMC Town Center 20 with IMAX

Olathe – AMC Studio 30 with IMAX

Wichita – 21st Street Warren + IMAX

Kentucky

Louisville – Rave Stonybrook 20 + IMAX

Newport – AMC Newport On The Levee 20 with IMAX

Louisiana

Baton Rouge – Rave Mall of Louisiana 15 + IMAX

Bossier City – Regal Louisiana Boardwalk Stadium 14 + IMAX

Harahan – AMC Elmwood Palace 20 with IMAX

Metairie – AMC Clearview Palace 12 with IMAX

Slidell – The Grand 16 + IMAX – Slidell

Maine

Saco – The Cinemagic + IMAX in Saco

Maryland

Baltimore – AMC Loews White Marsh 16 with IMAX

Columbia – AMC Columbia 14 with IMAX

Frederick – Regal Westview Stadium 16 + IMAX

Gaithersburg – AMC Loews Rio Cinemas 18 with IMAX

Gambrills – Regal Waugh Chapel Stadium 12 + IMAX

Largo – AMC Magic Johnson Capital Center 12 with IMAX

Owings Mills – AMC Owings Mills 17 with IMAX

Silver Spring – Regal Majestic Stadium 20 + IMAX

Massachusetts

Boston – AMC Loews Boston Common 19 with IMAX

Danvers – AMC Loews Liberty Tree Mall 20 with IMAX

Methuen – AMC Loews Methuen 20 with IMAX

Natick – Jordan's Furniture IMAX 3D Theatre

Randolph – Showcase Cinemas Randolph + IMAX

Reading – Jordan's Furniture IMAX 3D Theatre

Michigan

Auburn Hills – AMC Star Great Lakes 25 with IMAX

Dearborn – AMC Star Fairlane 21 with IMAX

Dearborn – Henry Ford IMAX

Grand Blanc – NCG Trillium Cinema + IMAX

Grand Rapids – Celebration! Cinema Grand Rapids North + IMAX

Lansing – Celebration! Cinema Lansing + IMAX

Livonia – AMC Livonia 20 with IMAX

Portage – Celebration! Cinema Crossroads + IMAX

Sterling Heights – AMC Forum 30 with IMAX

Ypsilanti – Rave Ann Arbor 20 + IMAX

Minnesota

Apple Valley – Great Clips IMAX at Minnesota Zoo

Eden Prairie – AMC Eden Prairie Mall 18 with IMAX

Edina – AMC Southdale 16 with IMAX

Maple Grove – AMC Arbor Lakes 16 with IMAX

Roseville – AMC Rosedale 14 with IMAX

Missouri

Branson – Branson's IMAX Entertainment Complex

Chesterfield – AMC Chesterfield 14 with IMAX

Hazelwood – Regal St. Louis Mills Stadium 18 + IMAX

Independence – AMC Independence Commons 20 with IMAX

Kansas City – AMC BarryWoods 24 with IMAX

Saint Louis – Wehrenberg Ronnies 20 Cine + IMAX

Springfield – ShowPlex Springfield 11 IMAX Theatre

Nebraska

Omaha – AMC Oakview Plaza 24 with IMAX

Nevada

Henderson – Regal Sunset Station Stadium 13 + IMAX

Las Vegas – Brenden Theatres and IMAX at the Palms

Las Vegas – Regal Red Rock Stadium 16 + IMAX

North Las Vegas – Regal Aliante Stadium 16 + IMAX     

New Hampshire

Hooksett – Cinemagic + IMAX in Hooksett

New Jersey

Atlantic City – IMAX Theatre at Tropicana

Cherry Hill – AMC Loews Cherry Hill 24 with IMAX

Clifton – AMC Clifton Commons 16 with IMAX

Elizabeth – AMC Jersey Gardens 20 with IMAX

Hamilton – AMC Hamilton 24 with IMAX

New Brunswick – AMC Loews New Brunswick 18 with IMAX

Paramus – AMC Garden State 16 with IMAX

Rockaway – AMC Rockaway 16 with IMAX


New York

Albany – Regal Crossgates Stadium 18 + IMAX

Brooklyn – Regal Sheepshead Bay 14 + IMAX

Deer Park – Regal Deer Park Stadium 16 + IMAX

New Rochelle – Regal New Roc Stadium 18 + IMAX

New York City – AMC Loews 34th Street 14 with IMAX

New York City – AMC Loews Kips Bay 15 with IMAX

New York City – AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13 with IMAX

Port Chester – AMC Loews Port Chester 14 with IMAX

Rochester – Cinemark Tinseltown USA + IMAX

Stony Brook – AMC Loews Stony Brook 17 with IMAX

West Nyack – IMAX Theatre at Palisades Center

Westbury – Regal UA Westbury Theatre Stadium 12 + IMAX

White Plains – National Amusements City Center 15 + IMAX: Cinema De Lux

Williamsville – Regal Transit Center Stadium 18 + IMAX

North Carolina

Cary – Regal Crossroads Stadium 20 + IMAX

Charlotte – AMC Northlake 14 with IMAX

Charlotte – Regal Stonecrest Stadium 22 + IMAX

Concord – AMC Concord Mills 24 with IMAX

Durham – Rave Cinemas Southpoint 17 + IMAX

High Point – Regal Palladium Stadium 14 + IMAX

Raleigh – The Wells Fargo IMAX Theatre at Marbles Kids Museum

Wilmington – Regal Mayfaire Stadium 16 + IMAX

Winston-Salem – The Grand 18 + IMAX – Winston-Salem

Ohio

Beavercreek – Rave The Greene 14 + IMAX

Columbus – AMC Easton Town Center 30 with IMAX

Columbus – AMC Lennox Town Center 24 with IMAX
Springdale – National Amusements Springdale 18 + IMAX: Cinema de Lux
Westlake – Regal Crocker Park Stadium 16 + IMAX

Oklahoma

Moore – Moore Warren + IMAX

Oklahoma City – AMC Quail Springs Mall 24 with IMAX

Tulsa – AMC Southroads 20 with IMAX

Tulsa – Cinemark Tulsa + IMAX

Oregon

Bend – Regal Old Mill Stadium 16 + IMAX

Eugene – Regal Valley River Center Stadium 15 + IMAX

Portland – Regal Lloyd Center 10 + IMAX

Tigard – Regal Bridgeport Village Stadium 18 + IMAX

Pennsylvania

Bensalem – AMC Neshaminy 24 with IMAX

Center Valley – Carmike Promenade 16 + IMAX

Dickson City – Regal Dickson City Stadium 14 + IMAX

Harrisburg – The Whitaker Center for Science + the Arts IMAX

King of Prussia – Regal King of Prussia Stadium + IMAX

Lititz – Penn Cinema IMAX

Philadelphia – AMC Franklin Mills Mall 14 with IMAX

Philadelphia – The Franklin Institute Tuttleman IMAX Theater

Reading – R/C Reading Movies 11 + IMAX

Tarentum – Cinemark Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills + IMAX

Warrington – Regal Warrington Crossing Stadium 22 + IMAX

West Homestead – AMC Loews Waterfront 22 with IMAX

Rhode Island

Providence – National Amusements Providence Place Cinemas 16 + IMAX


South Carolina

Charleston – Southeast Cinemas Citadel Mall IMAX Stadium 16

Simpsonville – Regal Simpsonville Stadium 14 + IMAX

Tennessee

Chattanooga – Carmike East Ridge 18 + IMAX

Hendersonville – Regal Streets of Indian Lake Stadium 16 + IMAX

Knoxville – Regal Pinnacle Stadium 18 + IMAX

Nashville – Regal Opry Mills Stadium 20 + IMAX

Texas

Amarillo – Regal Amarillo Star Stadium 14 + IMAX

Arlington – AMC The Parks At Arlington 18 with IMAX

Austin – AMC Barton Creek Square 14 with IMAX

Austin – Regal Gateway Stadium 16 + IMAX

Austin – The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum IMAX Theatre

Colleyville – B + B Colleyville Cinema Grille with IMAX

Corpus Christi – Cinemark Century 16 + IMAX

Dallas – AMC Northpark 15 with IMAX

Dallas – Cinemark 17 + IMAX

Frisco – AMC Stonebriar 24 with IMAX

Garland – AMC Firewheel 18 with IMAX

Highland Village – AMC Highland Village 12 with IMAX

Houston – AMC Gulf Pointe 30 with IMAX

Houston – Regal Houston Marqe 23 + IMAX

Lubbock – Lubbock Premiere Cinema + IMAX

Mesquite – AMC Mesquite 30 with IMAX

San Antonio – Alamo IMAX Theatre Rivercenter

San Antonio – Santikos Palladium IMAX

Sugar Land – AMC First Colony 24 with IMAX

Tomball – Santikos Silverado 16 IMAX

Utah

Centerville – Megaplex 14 + IMAX at Legacy Crossing

Salt Lake City – Megaplex 12 at the Gateway ATK IMAX Theatre

Sandy ­– Megaplex 17 + IMAX at Jordan Commons

South Jordan – Megaplex 20 + IMAX at The District

West Valley City – Megaplex Theatres + IMAX at Valley Fair Mall

Virginia

Alexandria – AMC Hoffman Center 22 with IMAX

Ashburn – Regal Fox Stadium 16 + IMAX

Chantilly – NASM Udvar-Hazy Center IMAX Theater**

Charlottesville – Regal Stonefield Stadium 14 + IMAX

Hampton – AMC Hampton Towne Centre 24 with IMAX

Hampton – VASC IMAX Theatre

Manassas – Regal Manassas Stadium 14 + IMAX

McLean – AMC Tysons Corner 16 with IMAX

Midlothian – Regal Commonwealth Stadium 20 + IMAX

Virginia Beach – AMC Lynnhaven 18 with IMAX

Woodbridge – AMC Potomac Mills 18 with IMAX

Washington

Bellevue – Lincoln Square Cinemas IMAX Theatre

Bellingham – Regal Barkley Village 16 + IMAX

Kent – AMC Kent Station 14 with IMAX

Lacey – Regal Martin Village Stadium 16 + IMAX

Lynnwood – AMC Alderwood 16 with IMAX

Seattle – Pacific Science Center Boeing IMAX

Seattle – Regal Thornton Place Stadium 14 + IMAX

Spokane – AMC River Park Square 20 with IMAX

Tukwila – AMC Southcenter 16 with IMAX

Wisconsin

Fitchburg – AMC Star Fitchburg 18 with IMAX

Wauwatosa – AMC Mayfair Mall 18 with IMAX


CANADA

Alberta

Calgary – Empire Theatres Country Hills IMAX

Calgary – Cineplex Scotiabank Theatre Chinook IMAX

Edmonton – Cineplex Scotiabank Theatre Edmonton IMAX

British Columbia

Langley – Cineplex Colossus Langley Cinemas IMAX

Richmond – Cineplex SilverCity Riverport Cinemas IMAX

Victoria – Cineplex SilverCity Victoria Cinemas IMAX

Manitoba

Winnipeg – Cineplex SilverCity Polo Park Cinemas IMAX

Newfoundland

St. John's – Empire Studio 12 + IMAX

Nova Scotia

Halifax – Empire Theatres Bayers Lake IMAX

Ontario

Ancaster – Cineplex SilverCity Ancaster Cinemas IMAX

Gloucester – Cineplex SilverCity Gloucester Cinemas IMAX

Kanata – Empire Theatres Kanata IMAX

Kingston – Empire Theatres Kingston IMAX**

Kitchener – Empire Theatres Kitchener IMAX

London – Cineplex SilverCity London Cinemas IMAX

Mississauga – Cineplex Odeon Courtney Park Cinemas IMAX

Mississauga – Cineplex Coliseum Mississauga Cinemas IMAX

North York – Empire Theatres Empress Walk IMAX

Toronto – Cineplex Scotiabank Theatre Toronto with IMAX

Vaughan – Cineplex Colossus Vaughan Cinemas IMAX

Whitby – Empire Theatres Whitby IMAX

Windsor – Cineplex SilverCity Windsor Cinemas IMAX

Quebec

Greenfield Park – Guzzo Mega-Plex Taschereau 18 with IMAX

Laval – Guzzo Mega-Plex Pont Viau + IMAX

Montreal – Cineplex Cinema Banque Scotia Montreal IMAX

Montreal – Guzzo Mega-Plex Marche Central 18 + IMAX

Quebec City – IMAX des Galeries de la Capitale

Terrebonne – Guzzo Mega-Plex Terrebonne 14 with IMAX



INTERNATIONAL

Argentina

Buenos Aires – IMAX Theatre Showcase at Center Norte*

Australia

Melbourne – Highpoint Hoyts IMAX**

Melbourne – Melbourne Museum IMAX**

Perth – Carousel Hoyts IMAX**

Sydney – Entertainment Quarter Hoyts IMAX**

Sydney – LG IMAX Theatre Sydney**

Austria

Graz – Cineplexx Graz IMAX*

Hohenems – Cineplexx IMAX Hohenems*

Vienna – Apollo Das Kino Vienna IMAX*

Vienna – Cineplexx IMAX Donauplex 13*

Brazil

Curitiba – Dom Bosco IMAX Palladium Shopping Center

Rio de Janeiro – UCI 18 Cinemas New York City Center IMAX

Sao Paulo – Cinepolis JK Iguatemi Shopping Centre IMAX

Sao Paulo – Espaco Granja Vianna IMAX

Sao Paulo – Espaco Unibanco Pompeia IMAX

Sao Paulo – UCI Analia Franco IMAX

Bulgaria

Sofia – Mtel IMAX

Colombia

Bogota – IMAX Plaza de las Americas

Costa Rica

San Jose – Nova Cinemas de Repretel IMAX Avenida Escazu*

Croatia

Zagreb – CineStar Arena IMAX Zagreb*

Czech Republic

Prague – Oskar IMAX Palace Flora*

Ecuador

Guayaquil – IMAX Malecon 2000**

Egypt

Cairo – Americana Plaza Vodafone IMAX*

France

Lyon – Pathe Carre de Soie IMAX*

Paris – Pathe Quai d'Ivry IMAX*

Paris – Gaumont Disney Village IMAX*

Rouen – Gaumont Rouen Grand Quevilly IMAX*

Toulouse – Gaumont Toulouse Labege IMAX*

Germany

Bremen – CinemaxX Bremen*

Guatemala

Guatemala City – Circuito Alba IMAX Cines Pradera Concepcion

Hong Kong

Hong Kong – UA Hong Kong International Airport IMAX Theatre*

Hong Kong – UA iSQUARE IMAX Theatre*

Hong Kong – UA MegaBox BEA IMAX Theatre*

Hungary

Budapest – Cinema City Arena IMAX Hungary*

India

Bangalore – PVR Cinemas Forum Mall IMAX Theatre

Hyderabad – Prasad IMAX Theatre

Mumbai – Big Cinemas IMAX Theatre

Indonesia

Jakarta – Cinema 21 Gandaria IMAX

Israel

Rishon – Cinema City LG IMAX Rishon Le-Zion*

Italy

Milan – UCI IMAX Pioltello Milano*


Japan

Ehime – Cinema Sunshine Kinuyama IMAX

Fukuoka – United Cinemas Canal City 13 IMAX

Ibaraki – Cinema Sunshine Tsuchiura IMAX

Kawasaki – 109 Cinemas Kawasaki IMAX

Kiba – 109 Cinemas Kiba IMAX

Kishiwada – United Cinemas Kishiwada IMAX

Nagoya – 109 Cinemas Nagoya IMAX

Narita – Narita Humax Cinemas IMAX

Osaka – 109 Cinemas Minoh IMAX

Saitama – 109 Cinemas Shobu IMAX

Saitama – United Cinemas Urawa IMAX

Sapporo – United Cinemas Sapporo IMAX

Shonan – 109 Cinemas Shonan IMAX

Tokyo – 109 Cinemas Grandberry Mall IMAX

Toshimaen – United Cinemas Toshimaen IMAX

Yamatokoriyama – Cinema Sunshine IMAX

Kazakhstan

Almaty – KinoPark 11 Esentai IMAX**

Astana – KinoPark Keruen IMAX**

Kenya

Nairobi – 20th Century Plaza IMAX

Korea

Daegu – CGV Daegu IMAX*

Daejeon – CGV Daejeon IMAX*

Gwangju – CGV Gwangju IMAX*

Ilsan – CGV Ilsan IMAX*

Incheon – CGV Incheon IMAX*

Pusan – CGV Seomyun IMAX*

Seoul – CGV Sangam IMAX*

Seoul – CGV Wangsimni IMAX*

Seoul – CGV Yongsan IMAX*

Suwon – CGV Suwon IMAX*

Malaysia

Petaling Jaya – TGV Cinemas Sunway Pyramid IMAX*

Petaling Jaya – TGV Cinemas 1 Utama IMAX*

Mexico

Guadalajara – Cinepolis Galerias IMAX Theatre

Juarez – Cinepolis Las Misiones Cd. Juarez IMAX Theatre

Mexico City – Cinepolis Perisur IMAX Theatre

Mexico City – Cinepolis Universidad IMAX Theatre

Monterrey – Cinepolis Galerias Valle Oriente IMAX Theatre

Toluca – Cinepolis Galerias Metepec IMAX Theatre

Netherlands

Amsterdam – Pathe Arena Amsterdam IMAX*

Den Haag – Pathe Spuimarkt IMAX*

Eindhoven – Pathe Eindhoven IMAX*

Rotterdam – Pathe Schouwburgplein Rotterdam IMAX*

Tilburg – Pathe Tilburg IMAX*

New Zealand

Auckland – Event Cinemas Queen Street IMAX*

Philippines

Angeles City – SM Cinema Clark Mall IMAX Theatre*

Cebu – SM Cinema Cebu IMAX Theatre*

Davao City – SM City North Davao Mall IMAX Lanang*

Las Pinas City – SM City Southmall IMAX Theatre*

Manila – SM Cinema North Edsa IMAX Theatre*

Manila – SM Cinema Mall of Asia IMAX Theatre*


Poland

Katowice – Cinema City Orange IMAX Katowice Punkt 44**

Krakow – Cinema City Orange IMAX Krakow**

Lodz – Cinema City Orange IMAX Manufaktura**

Poznan – Cinema City Orange Poznan IMAX**

Warsaw – Cinema City Orange IMAX Sadyba**

Qatar

Doha – Villagio Shopping Mall IMAX*

Romania

Bucharest – Cinema City IMAX Bucharest

Russia

Anapa – Monitor Kinocentr na Krasnoy Ploschadi IMAX**

Astrakhan – Kinomax Vokzalnaya Square IMAX**

Krasnodar – SBS/Monitor Megamall IMAX**

Moscow – BFC IMAX Kinosfera**

Moscow – Coca-Cola IMAX Kinostar De Lux Khimki**

Moscow – Coca-Cola IMAX Kinostar De Lux Teply Stan**

Moscow – Coca-Cola IMAX Kinostar New York New York, Mega Belaya Dacha**

Moscow – Formula Kino IMAX Sapphire**

Moscow – Karo October Cinema IMAX**

Nizhny Novgorod – Cinema Park Deluxe IMAX**

Novosibirsk – Cinema Park Royal Park IMAX**

Perm – Kristall IMAX**

Ryazan – Kinomax Ryazan IMAX**

Saratov – Cinema Park Triumph Mall IMAX**

Sochi – Luxor Moremall IMAX**

St. Petersburg – Coca-Cola IMAX Kinostar City IMAX**

St. Petersburg – IMAX Formula Kino Galeria**

St. Petersburg – Karo IMAX Baikonurskiy**

Surgut – Cinema Park Surgut City Mall IMAX**

Syktyvkar – Kronverk Cinema Maxi IMAX**

Tumen – Cinema Park IMAX Tumen**

Ufa – Cinema Park Iskra IMAX Theatre**

Ulyanovsk – Cinema Park Aqua Mall IMAX**

Volgograd – Cinema Park Volgograd Europa City Mall IMAX**

Voronezh – Cinema Park The Galereya Chizhova IMAX**

Yekaterinburg – Cinema Park Star Light IMAX**

Singapore

Singapore – Shaw Theatres Lido IMAX*

Singapore – Shaw Theatres JCube IMAX*

Spain

Leganes – Cinesa IMAX Parquesur Madrid

Palma de Mallorca – Cinesa IMAX Festival Park Mallorca

Taiwan

Banqiao – Vieshow Cinemas Banqiao Mega City Mall IMAX

Hsinchu – Vieshow Cinemas Hsinchu Big City IMAX

Kaohsiung – Vieshow Cinemas Kaohsiung IMAX

Taichung – Vieshow Cinemas Top City IMAX Taichung

Taichung – Vieshow Cinemas Tiger City Taichung IMAX

Taipei – Miramar IMAX Theatre

Taipei – Vieshow Cinemas Taipei Sun IMAX

Thailand

Bangkok – KrungSri IMAX Paragon CinePlex*

Bangkok – Major Cineplex IMAX Pinklao*

Bangkok – Major Cineplex IMAX Ratchayothin*

Trinidad

Port of Spain – Digicel IMAX**

Turkey

Ankara – Cinemaximum IMAX ANKAmall

Istanbul – Cinemaximum IMAX İstinyePark

Ukraine

Kharkiv – Planeta Kino IMAX**

Kiev – Planeta Kino Blockbuster IMAX**

Lviv – Planeta Kino IMAX**

Odessa – Planeta Kino IMAX**

United Arab Emirates

Dubai – Grand Megaplex 21 + IMAX*

Dubai – IMAX Meydan Grandstand Dubai*

United Kingdom

Birmingham – Cineworld IMAX Birmingham*

Bradford – National Media Museum IMAX Bradford*

Cardiff – Odeon Cardiff Bay IMAX*

Crawley – Cineworld IMAX Crawley*

Dublin – Cineworld IMAX Dublin*

Edinburgh – Cineworld IMAX Edinburgh*

Enfield – Cineworld IMAX Enfield*

Gateshead – Odeon Metrocentre IMAX*

Glasgow – Glasgow Science Centre IMAX Cinema*

Greenwich – Odeon Greenwich IMAX*

Ipswich – Cineworld IMAX Ipswich*

Kingston Upon Thames – Odeon Kingston IMAX*

Liverpool – Odeon Liverpool ONE IMAX*

London – Odeon BFI IMAX*

London – Odeon Swiss Cottage IMAX*

Manchester – Odeon Manchester IMAX @ The Printworks*

Norwich – Odeon Norwich IMAX*

Nottingham – Cineworld IMAX Nottingham*

Renfrew – Odeon Braehead IMAX*

Sheffield – Cineworld IMAX Sheffield*

Southampton – Odeon Southampton IMAX*

Uxbridge – Odeon Uxbridge IMAX*

Wimbledon ­– Odeon Wimbledon IMAX*

Please check local listings or IMAX.com for final theatre listings, launch dates and showtimes.


* denotes earlier launch

** denotes later launch

About IMAX Corporation

IMAX, an innovator in entertainment technology, combines proprietary software, architecture and equipment to create experiences that take you beyond the edge of your seat to a world you've never imagined. Top filmmakers and studios are utilizing IMAX theatres to connect with audiences in extraordinary ways, and, as such, IMAX's network is among the most important and successful theatrical distribution platforms for major event films around the globe.

IMAX is headquartered in New York, Toronto and Los Angeles, with offices in London, Tokyo, Shanghai and Beijing.  As of Sept. 30, 2012, there were 689 IMAX theatres (556 commercial multiplex, 20 commercial destination and 113 institutional) in 52 countries.

IMAX®, IMAX® 3D, IMAX DMR®, Experience It In IMAX®, An IMAX 3D Experience®, The IMAX Experience® and IMAX Is Believing® are trademarks of IMAX Corporation. More information about the Company can be found at www.imax.com. You may also connect with IMAX on Facebook (www.facebook.com/imax), Twitter (www.twitter.com/imax) and YouTube (www.youtube.com/imaxmovies).

This press release contains forward looking statements that are based on IMAX management's assumptions and existing information and involve certain risks and uncertainties which could cause actual results to differ materially from future results expressed or implied by such forward looking statements. These risks and uncertainties are discussed in IMAX's most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K and most recent Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q.

For additional information please contact:

Business Media:

IMAX Corporation – New York

Ann Sommerlath

212-821-0155

[email protected]

 

Sloane & Company – New York

Whit Clay

212-446-1864

[email protected]

 

Investors:

IMAX Corporation – New York

Teri Loxam

212-821-0110

[email protected]

 

Entertainment Media:

IMAX Corporation – Los Angeles

Christine Tasto

310-255-5547

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Principal Communications Group – Los Angeles

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