With The Avengers: Infinity War just released worldwide it’s interesting to see just how much hype there is around the movie. As one of the biggest cinematic releases in some time, and one of the largest in terms of costs to be produced and expected income, there’s tangible excitement for what it’s going to bring to the industry. One of the most exciting parts of the release, though, is what it means for Walt Disney Studios’ long-term partnership with Dolby Cinema.
Dolby Cinema is a premium-quality feature that has become very popular. It provides viewers with Dolby Vision HDR images as well as Dolby Atmos immersive sound; a huge step-up from the standard. The new deal that has been signed will cover Infinity War in splendid detail and audio quality. However, it’ll also be covering the likes of Ant-Man and the Wasp, The Incredibles 2 and Solo: A Star Wars Story to name but a few.
This is hugely exciting for those who like to take in their audio and viewing experience at a new level. According to Solo director, Ron Howard, this is a very impressive step forward in the overall experience, saying: “Having worked with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos in the past, I’m very excited to use these technologies to immerse and envelop audiences into the Star Wars galaxy with Solo: A Star Wars Story,
“These tools really allow filmmakers to help put audiences in the story like never before.”
That isn’t all that Dolby is going to be taking on, though. We can expect the likes of Toy Story 4, Frozen 2 and Avengers 4 to come with this immense audio experience. If you are looking for an easy way to engage and enjoy the audio experience at the cinema, then this is going to be one of the best ways to do just that.
For those eager to see the latest MCU masterpiece in this kind of detail, the words of one of the stars of the show should get you even more excited.
According to Benedict Cumberbatch, who plays Doctor Strange in the new Infinity War movie, this is a major boon, saying earlier in the year that: “What I thought is, this just doesn’t stop. Once it starts, it does. Not. Stop. It’s just this horrible, brilliant, terrifying, at times funny, at times very moving, relentless action.”
Are you excited to see Infinity War and other movies in this kind of detail?
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