Germany will be opening the world's largest Imax screen on September 30, just in time for the release of "No Time to Die", the latest film of the James Bond franchise.
The theater is located at the Traumpalast Multiplex in Leonberg and will be able to showcase the Imax exclusive footage shot for the new Bond film. It is the first to be shot with Imax cameras and will include 40 minutes of Imax expanded aspect ratio.
The Imax screen will be 21.03 meters high and 38.16 meters wide and will have 574 seats.
"The Imax at Traumpalast redefines the ‘big screen'. With Lochmann Filmtheaterbetriebe, we've created an unforgettable moviegoing experience where fans can truly immersive themselves in the world's biggest blockbusters on the world's largest screen. As we continue to grow in Germany and open new iconic locations around the world, the Imax at Traumpalast will become an exciting flagship location at a critical time for fans seeking premium, differentiated experiences," said Rich Gelfond, CEO of Imax.
Exhibitors Marius and Heinz Lochmann said, "Audiences in Germany and beyond will travel far and wide to see the Imax at Traumpalast, from its enormous screen and incredible audio to the luxurious seating and other exciting amenities the theatre has to offer. We're proud to partner with Imax on this new, record-breaking location and can't wait to start letting fans in the door."
"No Time to Die" will be released in Germany on September 30 and here in the US on October 8.