The Dark Knight Returning To IMAX Cinemas For Its 10th Anniversary

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Arguably the best movie ever made came out ten years ago as The Dark Knight came out in 2008 and it received universal praise from the majority of people that have seen the movie.

To celebrate the film's 10th anniversary, Warner Bros is re-releasing the movie for a short time at some IMAX cinemas in the United States and Canada.

As reported exclusively by Variety, four cities in North America will be showing The Dark Knight at their IMAX cinemas for one week only starting on August 24th.

You will have to book your tickets early because these sessions are sure to sell out quickly.

Tickets to the IMAX screenings go on sale this Friday on July 20th, 2018. You can see the venues that the movie will be screening at down below.

  • AMC Universal Citywalk Imax, Universal City
  • AMC Lincoln Square Imax, New York
  • AMC Metreon Imax, San Francisco
  • Ontario Place Cinesphere Imax, Toronto

Many of the best scenes in the movie were shot using IMAX screens and it looks very impressive.

I remember watching the film 10 years ago in IMAX in my hometown of Auckland, NZ and I was blown away.

The Dark Knight is still the best movie I have ever seen and nothing has managed to overthrow it at the moment.

The Dark Knight along with Marvel's Iron Man kickstarted a new era of superhero movies and the genre has remained popular a decade later.

Now we see superhero movies all of the time and they are kicking a lot of butt at the Box Office.

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