Due to unprecedented demand, Oppenheimer's IMAX 70mm run has been extended one again.

Christopher Nolan's film Oppenheimer, about the Manhattan Project, has become a major success with premium cinema aficionados,  

drawing enormous crowds to IMAX screenings. The film has been so successful that its IMAX

run has been extended owing to great demand, with shows constantly selling out ahead of time. 

Oppenheimer was shot in the coveted IMAX 15 Perf 70mm format, which is only available in a few number of theaters across the globe,  

and they have obtained an exclusive extension of the film's showing. 

"Barbenheimer" may be a cultural phenomena, but Oppenheimer has one advantage over Barbie:   

Oppenheimer, on the other hand, was shot on full frame IMAX 15 Perf 70mm Film,  

which is called "the Gold Standard" of filmmaking. Only 30 theaters worldwide can display the film in that format, in addition to those that can show it in conventional 70mm.  

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