J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek Sequel to Be Released in IMAX 3D

The Collider:
Brace yourselves, folks: we’ve got a Star Trek 2 story today that’s not about who the film’s villain is or isn’t. Back in December, we learned that director J.J. Abrams was mulling over the IMAX format for the untitled sequel after having elected to shoot on film and post-convert to 3D. We saw said IMAX cameras on set courtesy of some recent set photos, and today it was officially announced that the film will be released in IMAX 3D when it hits theaters, featuring key sequences shot in IMAX. Here’s what Abrams had to say about the format:

“We were so thrilled with the creative results of shooting IMAX for Mission: Impossible that we jumped at the chance to use the format for Star Trek. All expectations were exceeded — the action and resolution is insane at this scale. We cannot wait for audiences to see the crew of the Enterprise in a way they never have before.”

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