- Filmmaker Cary Joji Fukunaga captured selected scenes from No Time to Die using IMAX’s extremely high-resolution 15/70mm film cameras to provide IMAX audiences with greater scope and breathtaking image quality.
- Crystal-clear images, combined with IMAX’s customized cinema geometry and powerful digital audio, create a unique ambiance that will make viewers feel like they are in the film.
- Moviegoers will be treated to a special 40-minute extended footage
- No Time to Die opens in UK IMAX cinemas on 30 September. Book tickets at https://linktr.ee/IMAXUK.
Moviegoers watching the new James Bond film, No Time to Die, in IMAX theaters will be treated to 40 minutes of exclusive extended footage, MailOnline can exclusively reveal.
Offering 26 percent more picture, No Time to Die scenes shot with IMAX film cameras will visually expand, as creatively designed by the filmmakers, giving moviegoers unprecedented crispness and clarity Allows you to experience more images with
New footage – paired with next-generation precision sound, promising a truly immersive and immersive experience with audiences – features in our exclusive first-look IMAX trailer, which shows the 007 being a death-defying car. Watches chasing and performing dramatic motorcycle stunts.
For a feast! Moviegoers watching the new James Bond film, No Time to Die, in IMAX theaters will be treated to 40 minutes of exclusive extended footage, MailOnline can exclusively reveal.
Bond is seen riding a motorcycle along the streets of Matera, a surprisingly rustic town carved into the hillside in Basilicata.
Stained with blood, 007 is seen zooming in on the edge of the cliff to be shot, before diving into the side of a wall attached to a rope.
The wide shot special promises to be one of the most breathtaking of IMAX screenings.
Moments ahead, he sees one of his high-tech vintage cars racing through, with a shoot-out just about to break into the bulletproof glass of the windows.
Stunning quality: 26 percent more pictures shot with IMAX film cameras, offering No Time to Die scenes, creatively designed by filmmakers to visually expand to fill the screen, giving film-goers unprecedented Will allow you to experience more images with crispness and clarity.
How does it matter? This image shows standard footage compared to extended IMAX quality footage.
He is also seen leaping from a downstairs balcony while avoiding falling power lines, flying a plane away from an exploding ship, and feuding with one of his enemies.
This is the first time in the history of 007 films that the footage has been shot with IMAX 15/70 film cameras.
Filmmaker Cary Joji Fukunaga captured select scenes from No Time to Die…