“007: No Time to Die” is the first Bond film to use an IMAX camera (director Cary Joji Fukunaga uses an IMAX 70mm film camera).
This movie is specially designed for IMAX theaters, with a 40-minute IMAX exclusive aspect ratio (1.90:1).
IMAX film cameras are considered to be the highest quality cameras in the world. Most of Christopher Nolan’s films have used IMAX cameras.
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Such as “Tenet”, “Dunkirk”, “Interstellar” and the last two of the Batman trilogy.
In the past few years, IMAX’s box office in the market has grown steadily.
The highest box office of IMAX so far appeared in 2019.
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