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Which IMAX theaters will be playing the prologue for Star Trek Into Darkness?

Dec. 6, 2012by:

Man, I was so happy to see the teaser trailer for STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS. Even better, the Japanese teaser for the film. "I have been and always shall be your friend." THERE ARE NO TEARS.

Like they did for THE DARK KNIGHT RISES, a prologue for STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS will be released on a local IMAX screen near you. Okay, well, you may have to drive 30 minutes or so for those in some states.

If you are interested in seeing the prologue, which will start playing on December 14th, head right over here to find a theater near you.

In Summer 2013, pioneering director J.J. Abrams will deliver an explosive action thriller that takes Star Trek Into Darkness. When the crew of the Enterprise is called back home, they find an unstoppable force of terror from within their own organization has detonated the fleet and everything it stands for, leaving our world in a state of crisis. With a personal score to settle, Captain Kirk leads a manhunt to a war-zone world to capture a one man weapon of mass destruction. As our heroes are propelled into an epic chess game of life and death, love will be challenged, friendships will be torn apart, and sacrifices must be made for the only family Kirk has left: his crew.

STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS starring Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Karl Urban, Anton Yelchin, Zoe Saldana, John Cho, Simon Pegg, Alice Eve, Peter Weller, Noel Clarke, and Benedict Cumberbatch opens in 3D and IMAX on May 17, 2013.

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8:58AM on 12/07/2012

What about UK IMAX?

Is the prologue Stateside only?
Is the prologue Stateside only?
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4:52PM on 12/07/2012
i found this [link]
i found this [link]
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12:55AM on 12/07/2012
Sweet, showing right near me. As long as the IMAX near me isn't showing that 48 fps version of Hobbit, I think it's worth going to see The Hobbit in IMAX, much less with 9 minutes of Star Trek attached.
Sweet, showing right near me. As long as the IMAX near me isn't showing that 48 fps version of Hobbit, I think it's worth going to see The Hobbit in IMAX, much less with 9 minutes of Star Trek attached.
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10:40PM on 12/06/2012

BAIT AND SWITCH

I went out of my way to see The Hobbit in a true IMAX theater and now they're saying the trailer is only showing in LieMax's! This is bullshit!
(And no, the theater won't let you buy a ticket and then return it after the trailer -- they did the same thing with TDKR)
I went out of my way to see The Hobbit in a true IMAX theater and now they're saying the trailer is only showing in LieMax's! This is bullshit!
(And no, the theater won't let you buy a ticket and then return it after the trailer -- they did the same thing with TDKR)
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11:18PM on 12/06/2012
well the no returning a ticket thing makes sense, can't fault them for that. But the fake-IMAX thing, I know what you mean. There are two IMAX theatres in my city, an old 'original' IMAX that is just massive, almost too big even haha, and then a new one put in a couple years back that is not full IMAX size, but shows the hollywood 'IMAX' converted movies in their first run (unlike the true IMAX which, seeing as it is independently owned, aka not owned by the big theater chain corporation who
well the no returning a ticket thing makes sense, can't fault them for that. But the fake-IMAX thing, I know what you mean. There are two IMAX theatres in my city, an old 'original' IMAX that is just massive, almost too big even haha, and then a new one put in a couple years back that is not full IMAX size, but shows the hollywood 'IMAX' converted movies in their first run (unlike the true IMAX which, seeing as it is independently owned, aka not owned by the big theater chain corporation who gets first dibs on all copies of films) and with that the 'true IMAX' theatres don't get the goodies that the IMAX's that are a part of the big theatre chains get like these trailers (or even any trailers at all sometimes). That's how it works up here at least, I'm sure there's gotta be a few true-IMAX theatres that will show the Trek thing, though they may have to pay extra for it, or perhaps there are some 'true IMAX' theatres that are owned by one of the big theatre chains.
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10:35PM on 12/06/2012

meh

honestly I'm totally fine with just seeing the trailer. Most trailers spoil way too much anyway, I think seeing 9 minutes of a movie and then having to wait months and months to see the rest is kind of silly, but if it'll sell a few extra tickets why not (only question is why would they put it with The Hobbit? Both of these movies are already huge franchises, you'd think they would attach it to a lesser known IMAX release like Cirque du Solieil: Worlds Away, Hansel & Gretel or especially Cloud
honestly I'm totally fine with just seeing the trailer. Most trailers spoil way too much anyway, I think seeing 9 minutes of a movie and then having to wait months and months to see the rest is kind of silly, but if it'll sell a few extra tickets why not (only question is why would they put it with The Hobbit? Both of these movies are already huge franchises, you'd think they would attach it to a lesser known IMAX release like Cirque du Solieil: Worlds Away, Hansel & Gretel or especially Cloud Atlas, which would've been perfect, to attract more viewers to see those movies instead of seeing The Hobbit, which most will already do regardless)
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