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  1. Confirmed: Star Wars: Episode VII Is Partially Filming In IMAX, Plus StarWars.com Gets A Relaunch

    All the fancy things!

    StarWars.com gets a relaunch in anticipation of the upcoming Star Wars Episode VII. Also hit the jump for details on IMAX usage for the new film.

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  2. New Catching Fire Featurette Gives a Blink-And-You’ll-Miss-It Look at the Arena [VIDEO]

    May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

    Sure, this new Catching Fire featurette is basically an advertisement for IMAX ("Jennifer Lawrence! Hey, Jen! Sit in this chair and say you're a fan of IMAX!"), but it's still pretty neat and has a little bit of new footage, as well. But wait, there's more! New Entertainment Weekly covers featuring Katniss, Peeta, Gale, and Finnick are behind the jump.

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  3. The Wizard of Oz Is The Oldest Film Ever To Be Converted To 3D [VIDEO]

    What It Says On the Tin

    As much as I don't care for post-conversion 3D or IMAX in general, I will definitely be seeing The Wizard of Oz when it's re-released September 20th. Of course I'd go and see it just as quickly if it were being showed in it's original format but after watching this video showing the process of how it's all done, I'm looking forward to seeing the results. (via Movies.com) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  4. Want To See Star Trek Into Darkness 2 Days Before Everyone Else? There’s An App For That.

    Make It So

    While many Star Trek fans were anxiously awaiting midnight tickets to go on sale for Into Darkness, a new opportunity will let you see the film two full days ahead of its May 17 release date. 

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  5. Star Trek 2 Will Be in 3D and IMAX, and There Might Be a Third Movie, Says Damon Lindelof

    To Boldly Go

    So, Damon Lindelof has been in the news a lot these days, discussing Prometheus and signing on to fix Marc Forster's World War Z. But now, he's talking about the movie that's a little less controversial and higher up on the excitement level -- Star Trek 2. And what he's saying now over at TrekMovie.com will probably get us all even more psyched for this highly-anticipated sequel: it's been shot in 3D and IMAX. Not just for the extra dollars at the box office, but because tests done on scenes from the first movie just looked so darn cool that it turned everyone at J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot on to the gimmick. So, that good, huh? We'll see about that -- and see if it'll warrant a third movie.

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  6. Theater Executives Seriously Discuss Allowing Cell Phone Use During Movies

    Today in things that make us scream incoherently

    We've brought you stories before about texting in movie theaters and musical venues but now, some major theater executives have put their hat into the ring. The boxing analogy fits here, you see, because these executives are considering allowing cell phone use in theaters and a lot of moviegoers are not happy about it. 

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