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Friday, January 5th

 

Friday, January 12th (4-Day MLK Weekend)

World War Z - Horror/Drama - in IMAX - Directed by multiple (2 weeks)

 

Friday, January 19th

 

 

Friday, January 26th

 

Friday, February 2nd

 

Friday, February 9th

Static Shock: The Metahuman Agenda - Superhero/Coming of Age - Directed by F. Gary Gray - in IMAX (2 weeks, split with Pokemon) 

 

Friday, February 16th (4-Day President’s Day Weekend)

Pokémon: The Case of The Orange Outrage - Adventure - Directed by Uta Briesewietz - in IMAX (2 weeks, split with Static2)

 

Friday, February 23rd

 

Friday, March 1st

The Epsilon Syndicate: Art of the Dream - Action/Comedy/Thriller - Directed by Cathy Yan - in IMAX (2 weeks) 

 

Friday, March 8th

 

Friday, March 15th

The Legend of Zelda: Secret of the Guardians (Animation/Fantasy/Adventure) (Dir. Travis Knight) - in IMAX - (2 weeks)

 

Friday, March 22nd

 

Friday, March 29th (Easter Weekend)

Framework - CG Animation/Sci-fi - Directed by Brian Larsen 

 

Friday, April 5th 

 

Friday, April 12th

Totem of The Elders - Adventure/Fantasy - Directed by George Miller - in IMAX (2 weeks)

 

Friday, April 19th

Be More Chill (Musical/Sci-Fi/Comedy) (dir. John McPhail) - April 19

 

Friday, April 26th

Clover - Animation/Fantasy - Directed by Dave Filoni - in IMAX

 

Friday, May 3rd

Mass Effect: Revelation - Sci-fi/Action - Directed by Olatunde Osunsanmi - in IMAX (2 weeks)

 

Friday, May 10th (Mother’s Day Weekend) 

Sisters of Jump Street - Comedy/Action - Directed by Kay Cannon 

 

Friday, May 17th


Friday, May 24th (4-Day Memorial Day Weekend)

One Punch Man: A Monster Rises - Superhero Action/Comedy - directed by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein) - in IMAX (2 weeks, split with BH3)

 

Friday, May 31st

BH3, or Marion, Cassie, and the Great Supernova of Y8 - Animation/Sci-Fi/Comedy -  directed by Noelle Stevenson and David Soren - in IMAX (2 weeks, split with OPM2)

 

Friday, June 7th

 

Friday, June 14th (Father’s Day Weekend)

Untitled Rian Johnson Project - Sci-Fi/Epic - Directed by Rian Johnson - in IMAX - (2 weeks)

 

Friday, June 21st

 

 

Friday, June 28th

Wanderer - Animation/Science Fiction - dir. Michael Doig & India Swift - goes wide Wednesday, July 3rd - in IMAX (2 weeks)

 

Wednesday, July 3rd 

The Catcher in the Rye - Drama - dir. Alexander Payne

 

Friday, July 5th (5-Day Independence Day Weekend)


 

Friday, July 12th

Ms. Marvel - Superhero - Directed by Minhal Baig - in IMAX (2 weeks) 

 

Friday, July 19th

Animal Crossing - Animation/Family - dir. Steve Martino
 

Friday, July 26th

Attack on Titan: The Wings of Freedom - Fantasy/Action/Horror - Directed by Matt Reeves - in IMAX (2 weeks)

 

Friday, August 2nd

Panthera: The New Age - Photorealistic CGI/Adventure/Drama - Directed by Shane Acker & Rosana Sullivan

 

Friday, August 9th

Untitled Speed revamp (Action) (dir. David F. Sandberg) - August 9

 

Friday, August 16th

Red Dead Redemption: Volume 1  - Western - Directed by Taylor Sheridan - in IMAX (2 weeks)

 

Friday, August 23rd

Greg on All Fours - Coming of Age/Dramedy - Directed by Stephen Chbosky

 

Friday, August 30th (4-Day Labor Day Weekend)

Penpal - Coming-of-Age/Thriller - Directed by Alma Har’el 
 

Friday, September 6th

Fullmetal Alchemist: A Tale of Two Brothers - Action/Adventure - Directed by Scott Derrickson - in IMAX - (2 weeks)

 

Friday, September 13th

 

Friday, September 20th

My Hero Academia: One For All - Superhero/CG Animation - Directed by Peter Ramsey - in IMAX - (2 weeks)

 

Friday, September 27th 


 

Friday, October 4th
Untitled Olive the Other Reindeer Halloween Sequel - Family/Musical - Directed by Jemaine Clement)  

Abomination - Horror/Drama - Directed by Ali Abbasi 

 

Friday, October 11th

World of Trouble (Dystopian Drama) (dir. Jason Bateman) 

 

Friday, October 18th

Panzer Dragoon - Fantasy - Directed by Roar Utahag - In IMAX (2 weeks)

 

Friday, October 25th

The Wicker Man (Psychological thriller) (Dir. Lynne Ramsay) - October 25th

 

Friday, November 1st

The Epsilon Syndicate: Operation Copycat - Action/Comedy/Sci-Fi - Directed by Nacho Vigalondo - in IMAX (2 weeks, week 2 split with Epsilon)

Everything We Miss (Animation/Drama) (Dir. Michaël Dudok de Wit)
 

Friday, November 8th (Veteran’s Day Weekend)

The Wild Thornberrys - Adventure/Family/Comedy - Directed by Beth McCarthy-Miller - in IMAX (2 weeks splits with Epsilon)

The Bronx is Burning (Historical Sports Drama) (dir. Martin Scorsese)

 

Friday, November 15th

 

Friday, November 22nd 

Untitled Christmas Epic - 70mm IMAX only
 

Wednesday, November 27th (5-Day Thanksgiving Weekend)

The Castaways - Superhero/Sci-fi - Directed by The Duffer Brothers - in IMAX (2 weeks) 

Untitled Christmas Epic - Sci-fi - Directed by Daniel Dustin Cretton - (split deal with Castaways)

Everything We Miss (Animation/Drama) (Dir. Michaël Dudok de Wit) - (wide)

 

Friday, December 6th


 

Friday, December 13th

Squirrel Girl, Dana and The Right Note - CG-2D Animation/Superhero/Musical - Directed by Lauren Faust

Plus Two (Romantic Comedy) (dir. Nicholas Stoller) 

 

Friday, December 20th (6 Day Christmas Weekend)

Wednesday, December 18th - The Scavenger Wars Part IV - Sci-Fi/Action/Drama - Directed by Patty Jenkins - in IMAX (2 weeks)

The Wild Thornberrys - Adventure/Family/Comedy - Directed by Beth McCarthy-Miller 

 

Wednesday, December 25th

The Queen Who Never Was (Fantasy Drama/Epic) (dir. Michelle MacLaren)

Hotel Amora (Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Dramedy) (dir. Lulu Wang) - December 25

 

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@Reddroast and I have worked out this deal:

 

Christmas Epic will do a weekend of previews exclusively in IMAX and 70mm on November 22

The Castaways gets the full weekend of Thanksgiving in IMAX, while Christmas Epic continues to play in 70mm

On December 6, Christmas Epic gets 60% of IMAXs; 40% goes to The Castaways

Should no one else take December 13, Christmas Epic gets 100% of IMAX

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Before I update, I’ll give my three.

 

You Only Live Nine Lives - CG Animation/Crime/Comedy - Directed by Stephen J Anderson and Don Hall - June 21st

 

Zatanna and Constantine: Hell Hath No Fury - Horror/Romantic Comedy/Superhero - Directed by Elizabeth Banks - September 27th

 

The Wild Thornberrys - Adventure/Family/Comedy - Directed by Beth McCarthy-Miller - December 20th

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You Only Live Nine Lives will move to March 15th, as My Hero Academia opens in IMAX on September 20th.

 

Zatanna will move off the calendar for now until I think of a new spot but a new film will be put on the calendar. 
 

Sisters of Jump Street - Comedy/Action - Directed by Kay Cannon - May 10th

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Lol I’m at it again:

Move Framework to March 29th in IMAX

Taking Nine Lives off the schedule

Move Thornberrys to November 8th

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December 13th - Squirrel Girl, Dana and The Right Note - CG-2D Animation/Superhero/Musical - Directed by Lauren Faust 

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Based on the way the schedule is shaping up, looking like mid-August would be a good place to drop Where?

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Schedule

 

The Orphan Master’s Son  (Historical Epic) - December 25th

Directed by Park Chan Wook


Four Songs of the Wise (Period Drama) - October 18th

Directed by Peter Bogdanovich

 

folklore: a swift experience (Concert Anthology Drama) - Aug 9 (IMAX 1 Week)

Directed by Taylor Swift

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Move The Wicker Man to November 22nd

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Please remove The Catcher in the Rye from the schedule.

 

In addition, please place the following film on November 15th:

 

The World That We Knew

Director: Luca Guadagnino

Genre: Historical Fiction

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