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‘Oppenheimer’ 70mm IMAX screenings are postponed due to a projector issue



Indianapolis, Indiana – It will not be possible for moviegoers to see Christopher Nolan’s “Oppenheimer” at the Indiana State Museum.

The IMAX theater at the Indiana State Museum experienced a projector issue, forcing officials to postpone showings of “Oppenheimer” until the problem could be resolved. A projectionist is taking care of the issue, according to officials, who added that they don’t have a timetable for when the 70mm projector will resume operation.

In order to inform ticket holders about impacted screenings, the IMAX theater is contacting them. On the theater’s Facebook and Twitter pages, additional information will be posted.

‘Oppenheimer’ is only being screened in 70mm IMAX format in 30 theaters worldwide, 19 of which are in the US. The “Oppenheimer” website states that “select IMAX theaters will be offering the IMAX Experience featuring 15 perf/70mm film projection,” which combines the sharpest, clearest images at ten times the resolution of standard projection formats with potent, laser-aligned digital sound and customized theater geometry to create the most immersive movie experience in the world.

The only place in Indiana where residents may see the movie as Nolan intended it is the Indiana State Museum, which has the biggest IMAX screen in the state.

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