This Doctor Strange sequel follows ‘The Batman’ which also uses an IMAX certified camera

Marvel informs that the latest film ‘Dr. Strange 2’ will be made in the IMAX format in order to provide viewings with a wider image.

Hi Cilers! Loyal fans of Dr. Strange must know this latest news, because Marvel announced that the second Dr. Strange will also be made in IMAX format with an expanded view. Of course it is only available exclusively in IMAX.

IMAX screenings will provide viewers with a twenty percent larger picture display, at a ratio of 1.90:1 compared to the standard 2.40:1, allowing for higher images than standard cinema screenings.

The film was shot in a format intended for IMAX theaters, using a Panavision DXL2 IMAX certified camera. Making every scene in this film visualized with a wide and full picture that is sure to make loyal fans even more excited.

Marvel Studios recently put an emphasis on IMAX on Disney+, selecting a number of IMAX-enhanced films on the service, removing the top and bottom black areas for each scene to allow wide viewing.

Those films include ‘Iron Man’, ‘Doctor Strange’, and ‘Avengers: Endgame’. Not only that, it was also reported that Warner Bros. have also used the IMAX format for their superhero films, as in several scenes in Christopher Nolan’s ‘Batman’ which were filmed using an IMAX camera.

Apart from that, films that change their aspect ratio in some of the scenes that appear in IMAX on their Blu-ray release, there is Zack Snyder’s work using an IMAX camera in the production of the film ‘Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice’.

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The film is also directed by Sam Raimi, who previously directed Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man trilogy — a trilogy that would later tie back into the MCU in a larger way with last year’s Spider-Man: No Way Home, which featured Maguire and Willem Dafoe and Alfred. Molina.

Meanwhile, the screenplay for this film was written by Michael Waldron, who previously worked with Marvel as a writer and executive producer on their Disney+ series, the ‘Loki’ series.

The more impatient not to watch the second film from Dr. This strange? Don’t miss it, this film will be showing in your favorite theaters on May 6th.

By Rama