IMAX Comes Out With a New 3D Movie
IMAX: Hubble 3D is the new outer space documentary by IMAX. It has been seen that the company is known for its award winning and big budget studio movies like Avatar and How To Train Your Dragon. These movies came out to suit larger screens like 2D and 3D.
This movie is about the May 2009 space shuttle mission, to repair the Hubble space Telescope. With the help of the astronauts, the footage was captured. It was a challenging task to make this documentary. This effort was lead by Toni Myers and her IMAX crew, teaming with seven astronauts, a NASA support team, one giant camera, space shuttle Atlantis and the galaxy's most famous telescope.
The movie would be available on IMAX multiplex screens in August. The reviews of the movie look strong with 80% positive rating on RottenTomatoes. com.
Myres, the director said that their movies have been played in theatres for years and viewed by 100 million people and in 22 languages.
Eight months before making of the movie in May 2009, Myers and her crew were able to provide the astronauts with only 28 hours of film making training.
"We really tried to teach them to react and think like directors, so that if they saw anything better, they had our permission to shoot it", said Myres.
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