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CAYOM Year VI - Advanced Schedule (Phase 1)

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Formally announce your intended films and release dates for Y5 here and they'll be added to the calendar below.

 

PHASE 1: IMAX Priorities (Now)

Select up to FOUR films to prioritize with an IMAX window. Do NOT select any other films for this phase.

 

  • Select films that you believe have blockbuster potential or could do well in the format.
  • Priorities for IMAX go to sequels to films that have made $200m+.
  • Every film in the format is entitled to two weeks in the format, unless explicitly given permission by the user of a film which would only have a one week run.
  • A 50/50 split of IMAX screens can also be negotiated.

 

PHASE 2: Other Films (Begins TBD)

Fill in any other films to the schedule, namely:

 

  • Notable Oscar contenders
  • Films with potential for $100m+
  • Any other potential IMAX releases provided space is available.

 

General Guidelines:

  • Please provide a title, date, genre, and director for each film you want on the advanced schedule.
  • Aside from the weekend after Thanksgiving, we should try to have at least one wide release every weekend.

 

You all know what to do, so let's get to it.

 

Red films are in IMAX.

 

Spoiler

January 7

The Amityville Nightmare Part III (Horror) (dir. Nicholas McCarthy)

 

January 14 (MLK Day Weekend)

Untitled Mole Sequel (Action) (dir. David Sanberg)

 

January 21

SWAT Kats 3: Katastrophe (CG Animation/Action) (dir. Kevin Munroe)

 

January 28

Expedition Everest (Adventure) (dir. Jon Turteltaub)

 

February 4 (Super Bowl)

Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad v2 (Sci-Fi/Comedy) (dir. Todd Strauss-Schulson)

 

February 11

Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. the Current Hollywood Landscape (Action) (dir. Clark Gregg)

Kirby (Animation/Fantasy) (dir. Pete Docter)

Psyren: The Second Call (Action/Thriller) (dir. Noah Hawley)

 

February 18 (Presidents Day Weekend)

Pokemon: The Cinnabar Conspiracy (Fantasy Adventure) (dir. Shawn Levy)

Untitled Lord/Miller R Rated Comedy (Comedy/Action) (dir. Phil Lord and Christopher Miller)

 

February 25

 

March 4

Spark: A Hero’s Promise (Sci-Fi/Action/Adventure) (dir. Jennifer Yuh Nelson)

 

March 11

The Fairly Oddparents (Family/Comedy) (dir. Rob Letterman)

 

March 18

Heroes Within (Fantasy) (dir. Dean Israelite)

 

March 25

Eyes (Drama/Thriller/Noir) (Dir. Jordan Peele)

A Trip to the Moon (Fantasy/Comedy) (dir. Wes Anderson)

 

April 1

The Argonaut of White Agony Creek (Animation/Comedy) (dir. Dana Terrace)

 

April 8

Children of Eden (Musical Epic) (dir. Alfonso Cuaron) - (Splitting with AoWAC on opening, 100% of IMAX on 4/15)

 

April 15 (Easter Weekend)

Earthsong Volume II: The Mandragora (Fantasy) (dir. Julie Taymor)

 

April 22

Untitled Rescuers Sequel (Family/Adventure) (dir. Chloe Zhao)

 

April 29

 

May 6

Mass Effect: Ascension (Sci-Fi Action/Adventure) (dir. Jack Bender)

 

May 13

Friday the 13th (Horror) (dir. Adam Green)

The Music In Me (CG-2D Animation/Musical) (dir. Ava DuVernay)

 

May 20

Meet the Lumberjanes (Fantasy/Adventure) (dir. Niki Caro)

 

May 27 (Memorial Day)

Blue and Gold: Black II The Future (Superhero/Comedy) (dir. Peyton Reed)

 

June 3

Bridgette/Teyonnah (Sci-Fi/Comedy/Thriller) (dir. Boots Riley)

Pikmin (Animation/Family) (dir. Tomm Moore)

 

June 10

Mob Psycho 100 (Horror/Comedy/Action) (dir. Michael Drowse)

 

June 17

Carmen's Voyage (Animation/Musical/Sci-Fi) (dir. Adrian Molina)

Ripper II (Period/Thriller) (dir. Gil Kenan)

 

June 24

The Formation (Horror/Fantasy) (dir. M. Night Shyamalan)

 

July 1 (Fouth of July Weekend)

Wednesday, June 29th Voltron: The Hunted (Sci-Fi/Action/Adventure) (dir. Rian Johnson)

 

July 8

Untitled Romantic Comedy (dir. Nicholas Stoller)

 

July 15

StarFox (Animation/Sci-Fi/Action) (dir. Joaquim Dos Santos and Lauren Montgomery)

 

July 22

Untitled Matt Reeves Event Film (Action) (dir. Matt Reeves)

 

July 29

Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive 2 (CG-2D Animation/Comedy) (dir. Chris McKay)

 

August 5

He-Man IV: Scourge of the Snake-Man (Fantasy) (dir. Robert Stromberg)

Line Break (Comedy/Thriller) (dir. Tony Yacenda)

 

August 12

The Ancient Magus Bride (Fantasy/Romance) (dir. Destin Daniel Cretoon)

Chasing Vermeer (Family/Mystery/Adventure) (dir. Brie Larson)

You and I (Dystopian/Drama/Thriller/Sci-fi/Coming Of Age) (dir. Rick Fukuyama)

 

August 19

Red Dead Redemption (Western Action/Epic) (dir. Taylor Sheridan)

 

August 26

Wallace and Gromit: A Data with Destiny (Animation/Comedy) (dir. Nick Park and Richard Starzak)

 

September 2 (Labor Day weekend)

Lightspeed (Sci-Fi/Action/Sports) (dir. Jordan Vogt-Roberts)

More Miraculous (Family/Superhero/Romance) (dir. Will Gluck)

 

September 9

Daughters (Drama/Sci-Fi/Adventure) (dir. Greta Gerwig)

London in Flames (Disaster/Drama) (dir. Kenneth Branagh)

 

September 16

The Last Policeman (dir. Cary Fukunaga) (Dystopian Crime Drama)

My Hero Academia (Animation/Superhero/Comedy) (dir. Peter Ramsey and Chris Sanders)

 

September 23

Shiverin' Gulch (Horror/Western/Adventure) (dir. Carlos Lopez Estrada)

 

September 30

The Feminist (Biblical Epic) (dir. Lynne Ramsay)

 

October 7

Street Sharks 2 (Superhero) (dir. Brad Peyton)

 

October 14

The Family Guy Movie (Traditional Animation/Musical/Comedy) (dir. Seth McFarlane)

Penpal (Drama/Thriller) (dir. Trey Edward Shults)

Voicemail (Horror) (dir. Jee-Woon Kim)

 

October 21

One Piece II (Adventure/Fantasy/Comedy) (dir. Jon Watts)

Until Dawn (dir. Vincenzo Natali) (Horror/Drama)

 

October 28

 

November 4

Nights into Dreams (CG Animation/Fantasy) (dir. Lee Unkrich)

The Phoenix Saga: Worlds Unknown (Fantasy/Adventure) (dir. Travis Knight)

 

November 11

In the Aeroplane Over the Sea (Music/Biopic) (dir. Scott Cooper)

 

November 18

XJ-9 (Sci-Fi/Action/Dramedy) (dir. Gore Verbinski)

Untitled Edgar Wright/Joe Carnahan Film (Horror/Thriller)

 

November 23 (Wednesday before Thanksgiving Weekend)

Paradise Island (Drama) (dir. Debra Granik)

Super Mario Bros (Animation/Adventure) (dir. Mark Dindal) (Splitting with XJ-9)

 

December 2

 

December 9

Duck Hunt (Animation/Comedy) (dir. Carlos Saldanha)

Silent Hill: Rebirth (Horror) (dir. Jeremy Gillespie & Steven Kostanski)

 

December 16

DragonBorns (Fantasy/Action) (dir. Aaron Ehasz)

The Most Wanted Man in Great Britain (dir. Thomas Vinterberg) (Historical Adventure/Romance)

My Life (Biopic/Musical/Drama) (dir. F Gary Gray)

 

December 23

Wednesday, December 21st The Adventures Of Tintin: Prisoners of The Sun (Animation/Adventure) (dir. Peter Jackson)

Violet Evergarden (Period/Drama) (dir. Andrea Arnold)

 

December 25 (Christmas is on a Sunday)

The Dreams We Live (dir. Susanne Bier) (Fantasy Musical/Adventure/Romance) (December 25th)

The Neon Psalms (Sci-Fi/Drama) (dir. Scott Derrickson)

 

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March 18 - Heroes Within - Fantasy - Dean Israelite (EDITED 7:49 PM)

July 29 - He-Man IV: Scourge of the Snake-Man - Fantasy - Robert Stromberg
October 7 - Street Sharks 2 - Superhero - Jon Turteltaub
December 9 - Silent Hill: Rebirth - Horror - Jeremy Gillespie & Steven Kostanski

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Spark: A Hero’s Promise (Sci-Fi/Action/Adventure) (dir. Jennifer Yuh Nelson) – March 4th in IMAX

 

XJ-9 (Sci-Fi/Action/Dramedy) (dir. Gore Verbinski) – August 5th in IMAX

 

Meet the Lumberjanes (Fantasy/Adventure) (dir. Niki Caro) – October 28th in IMAX

*I am fine with MTF being in IMAX for one weekend only.

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Pokemon: The Cinnabar Conspiracy (dir. Shawn Levy) (Fantasy Adventure) (February 18) (IMAX 3D)
Mass Effect: Ascension (dir. Jack Bender) (Sci-Fi Action/Adventure) (May 6) (IMAX 3D)
Red Dead Redemption (dir. Taylor Sheridan) (Western Action/Epic) (August 19) (IMAX)

 

Rorschach
Expedition Everest (dir. Jon Turteltaub) (January 28) (IMAX)
Untitled Rescuers Sequel (dir. Chloe Zhao) (April 29) (IMAX)
Untitled Matt Reeves Event Film (dir. Matt Reeves) (July 22) (IMAX 3D)
 

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May 27th, Y6 - Blue and Gold: Black II The Future (Director: Peyton Reed) - IMAX2D-3D

November 4th, Y6 - Super Mario Bros (Director: Mark Dindal) - IMAX 

November 18th, Y6 - The Phoenix Saga: Worlds Unknown (Director: Travis Knight) - IMAX 2D-3D

December 21st, Y6 - The Adventures Of Tintin: Prisoners of The Sun (Director: Peter Jackson) (limited shares with DragonBorns) - IMAX 

 

For cookie:

The Argonaut of White Agony Creek - April 1st (dir. Dana Terrace) - IMAX

Voltron: Galrazaal - July 1st (dir. Rian Johnson) - IMAX

DragonBorns - December 16th (dir. Aaron Ehasz) - IMAX

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Untitled Mole Sequel - January 14 - dir. David S. Sandberg - Action (in IMAX and Dolby)

Children of Eden - April 8 - dir. Alfonso Cuaron - Biblical Epic/Musical (in IMAX 3D, 3D, Dolby and 70mm)

Carmen's Voyage - June 17 - dir. Adrian Molina - Animation/Sci-Fi/Musical (in IMAX 3D, 3D and Dolby)

Shiverin' Gulch - October 7 - dir. Carlos Lopez Estrada - Horror/Western/Adventure (in IMAX and Dolby)

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September 9th- DAUGHTERS- Greta Gerwig (Post Apocalyptic adventure drama) In Imax obviously

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1 minute ago, Spaghetti said:

Meet the Lumberjanes (Fantasy/Adventure) (dir. Niki Caro) – October 28th in IMAX

*I am fine with MTF being in IMAX for one weekend only.

So it’s cool if Mario gets November 4th right?

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@cookie, would you be down to move Argonaut up to March 25? I was hoping for April 8 because than Easter falls on Eden's second weekend

 

as for the october mess i got no clue how to figure that out

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Looks like we got a few conflicts, a couple of which the 200+ Sequel Rule will resolve on its own.

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2 minutes ago, Blankments said:

@cookie, would you be down to move Argonaut up to March 25? I was hoping for April 8 because than Easter falls on Eden's second weekend

 

as for the october mess i got no clue how to figure that out

I don’t think @cookie is online but I remember he was choosing between 1st/8th/15th.

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2 minutes ago, Blankments said:

@cookie, would you be down to move Argonaut up to March 25? I was hoping for April 8 because than Easter falls on Eden's second weekend

 

as for the october mess i got no clue how to figure that out

@YourMother the Edgelord said he had an animated film he wanted out near the end of March so I was hoping to stay closer to Easter myself.

 

If he's willing to move I can take the 25th.

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Looks like I'll have to go searching around to find a spot for My Hero Academia when we get to that phase.

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Forgot @Rorschach was moving EE. I don't mind finding a different director for SS2 though, he can have Turteltaub.

 

I assume @4815162342 isn't going to let me have Feb. 18th though :P

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Just now, cookie said:

@YourMother the Edgelord said he had an animated film he wanted out near the end of March so I was hoping to stay closer to Easter myself.

 

If he's willing to move I can take the 25th.

I have nowhere to put The Music In Me now, if @cookie would be willing to move to the March 18th, TMIM will aim for early-mid April during the April corridor of all is good with that.

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Just now, YourMother the Edgelord said:

I have nowhere to put The Music In Me now, if @cookie would be willing to move to the March 18th, TMIM will aim for early-mid April during the April corridor of all is good with that.

I ain't going closer to Spark 4 than I already am.

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1 minute ago, YourMother the Edgelord said:

I have nowhere to put The Music In Me now, if @cookie would be willing to move to the March 18th, TMIM will aim for early-mid April during the April corridor of all is good with that.

Opening an animated musical vs a live action musical seems like a risky proposition regardless

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Just now, cookie said:

I ain't going closer to Spark 4 than I already am.

You two can coexist besides as a prequel I doubt you’ll do more than $300M. Besides I don’t want to face another musical in April.

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