The stunning visual quality gained from filming with large format IMAX cameras has made fans of directors such as JJ Abrams with 'The Force Awakens', Christopher Nolan with 'Interstellar' and Michael Bay with 'Transformers', but despite improvements, the unwieldly size and noise of the formats cameras has meant that filming a movie entirely with the system has not previously been possible. Until now.
According to Variety, the next installment of the 'Avengers' franchise; 'Infinity War' will be shot completely using IMAX cameras. The CEO of Imax Entertainment, Greg Foster told the magazine "the Russos are going to spend the next 15 months or so designing the making of the 'Avengers' films with these cameras in mind. They're not looking at this a week before they start filming or only focusing on an important section of the film. This is something that's never happened before."
'Avengers: Infinity War - Part 1' hits screens on May 4, 2018.
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