Why Watching Black panther in IMAX will blow you away!

There’s only one thing that can beat watching Black Panther on the big screen and that’s watching Black Panther in IMAX.

You can turn an enjoyable experience into a mind-blowing one that will leave your jaw on the floor. Here’s why you should book now to see Black Panther the way it was meant to be seen – in IMAX!


A COLOSSAL Screen

With director Ryan Coogler promising a “unique” film that “looks at a lot of things that are topical in the climate right now”, an incredible roster of characters and a storyline that promises all-out war, it’s clear that Black Panther is a film that needs to be seen on as BIG a screen as possible. And it’s here that IMAX really can’t be beat. 

IMAX screens are quite simply massive, filling your peripheral vision and offering a sense of scale that a smaller screen can’t hope to match. What’s more, parts of Black Panther – an incredible 50 minutes – have been specially formatted to show up to 26% more image in IMAX. That’s right folks, that big screen just got even bigger! 

So that incredible shot of T’Challa’s spacecraft zooming above the waterfalls of Wakanda, before coming gently in to land? You’ll see more of that stunning vista than anyone watching in a standard cinema. 

Or how about that exhilarating sequence in which Black Panther hitches a ride on the bonnet of a speeding car that’s coming straight at you? The sheer scale of the IMAX screen makes the action look so lifelike that you’ll be leaping to get out of the way.

Aspect ratio

Aspect ratio is the technical term for the proportional relationship between an image’s width and its height. Most films today are presented in an aspect ratio called CinemaScope (2.40:1).
IMAX provides filmmakers with the ability to use an expanded aspect ratio for the IMAX presentation of their film so they can utilize much more of the originally captured image. The result provides you with a full panoramic view that fills your peripheral vision more than any other cinematic experience


Eye-Popping Clarity

Ryan Coogler’s comic-book actioner is a true feast for the senses. The incredible fight scenes, the stunning special effects, the out-of-this-world tech and the beautiful costumes all add up to make Black Panther a dazzling experience – even by Marvel’s high standards. 

With a picture resolution many times that of a normal screen, IMAX immerses you in the action more than any other cinema  rxperience. The crystal-clear images, coupled with IMAX's customized  cinemas geometry and powerful digital audio, create a unique environment.


Earth-Shattering Sound

As well as crystal-clear visuals, IMAX also offers exceptionally powerful sound, with IMAX theatres especially built to enhance a film’s audio. Which is just as well, because Black Panther’s amazing soundtrack is executive produced by Kendrick Lamar. If you’re a fan you’ll know that the American rapper’s music is best played loud. Very, very loud! 

In IMAX, every whoosh, screech, boom and thud (and there are plenty of these in Black Panther) comes at you like an out-of-control juggernaut. Nor will you miss a single word of dialogue. The sound quality is astonishing.   


Black Panther hits cinemas on 13th February. Book your tickets now and don't miss the IMAX experience!

 
Christopher Robin
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