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The move follows Imax also scheduling a super-sized release for Burton’s Dark Shadows, starring Johnny Depp, on May 11, 2012.
Imax will then screen a digitally-remastered version of Frankenweenie on October 5, 2012, day-and-date with its worldwide release.
Burton’s latest picture marks the first black and white Hollywood feature and the first stop-motion animated movie to screen on Imax screens.
Frankenweenie features the voices of Catherine O’Hara, Martin Short and Winona Ryder, and is a remake of a live-action short directed by Burton in 1984.
“Imax has a long-standing relationship with Tim Burton, whose unique artistic vision and brilliant storytelling has captured the imagination of audiences around the world,” Greg Foster, chairman and president of Imax Filmed Entertainment, said Tuesday.
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