In yet another sign that the motion picture business is emerging from the worst of the pandemic, over the weekend, the Walt Disney Company Marvel Studios action film Black Widow was released in the ScreenX format. ScreenX, from CJ4DPlex, is the world's premiere multi-projection system that provides a 270-degree panoramic film viewing experience.
Black Widow opened on more than 359 ScreenX screens worldwide and more than 63 Screens in North America with Regal Cinemas, Cineplex, B&B Theatres, Cinepolis, and CGV Cinemas.
CJ 4DPlex worked closely with Disney, Marvel Studios, and the filmmakers to ensure the highest quality presentation of the film and selected key scenes and exclusive imagery for the ScreenX version. ScreenX draws you into the story on the main screen and immerses you in a virtual reality like setting with cinema quality resolution.
Black Widow is also available in the multi-sensory experience 4DX on more than 773 screens worldwide and more than 49 Screens in North America with Regal Cinemas, Cineplex, Cinepolis, Marcus Theatres and CGV Cinemas. The 4DX film will feature over 20 different motion and environmental effects enhancing the action and drawing audiences closer to the story on-screen.
"The thrill of going to the movies is back with Black Widow, and CJ 4DPlex is creating two amazing, unique ways for fans to experience this film in theaters,” said Don Savant, CEO and president of CJ 4DPlex America.
“We are thrilled to be able to work with the teams at Disney and Marvel Studios to share this epic blockbuster on the big screen, and we look forward to welcoming fans back into our theaters for the global release of the film in our immersive ScreenX format and our multi-sensory 4DX experience,” said Jongryul Kim, CEO, CJ 4DPlex.
Past collaborations between CJ 4DPlex and The Walt Disney Company include the worldwide releases of Marvel Studios' Black Panther and Captain Marvel, along with Disney’s Mulan, in both the ScreenX and 4DX formats.