UPDATE: List updated 1/12/10 following announcement of four picture deal between IMAX and Paramount.
The following schedule has been compiled from discussions with a number of cinema operators and through review of Cinema Source listings. All films listed are believed to be locked in place between the distributors and the respective format owners, however launch dates and length of run may change without notice.
TRON Legacy (IMAX 3D, REAL D), Tangled (REAL D), The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (REAL D), Yogi Bear (REAL D), Gulliver’s Travels (REAL D)
The Green Hornet (1/14, IMAX 3D, REAL D)
Sanctum (2/04, IMAX 3D, REAL D), Justin Bieber: Never Say Never (2/11, REAL D), Gnomeo and Juliet (2/11, REAL D), I Am Number Four (2/18, IMAX), Drive Angry (2/25, REAL D)
Mars Needs Moms! (3/11, IMAX 3D, REAL D), Sucker Punch! (3/25, IMAX)
Born to Be Wild (4/08, IMAX 3D), Rio (4/15, REAL D), Fast Five (4/29, IMAX)
Thor (5/06, IMAX 3D, REAL D), Priest (5/13, REAL D), Pirates of the Carribean: On Stranger Tides (5/20, IMAX 3D, REAL D), Kung Fu Panda 2 (5/27, REAL D)
Super 8 (6/10, IMAX), The Green Lantern (6/17, REAL D), Cars 2 (6/24, IMAX 3D, REAL D)
Transformers: Dark Side of the Moon (7/01, IMAX 3D, REAL D) Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt 2 (7/15, IMAX 3D, REAL D), Captain America: The First Avenger (7/22, REAL D)
The Smurfs (8/03, REAL D), The Darkest Hour (8/05, REAL D), Spy Kids 4: All the Time in the World (8/19, REAL D), 5nal Destination (8/26, REAL D)
Dolphin Tale 3D (9/23, REAL D)
Real Steel (10/07, IMAX), The Three Muskateers (10/14, REAL D), Contagion (10/21, IMAX 3D, REAL D)
Puss in Boots (11/04, REAL D), Happy Feet 2 (11/18, IMAX 3D, REAL D), Arthur Christmas (11/23, REAL D)
Hugo Cabret (12/09), Mission:Impossible – Ghost Protocol (12/16, IMAX), The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn (12/23, IMAX 3D). Rumor that both films will be in REAL D, however confirmation has not been received at this time.
Other 3D films may be added to the REAL D lineup and both 2D and 3D films to the IMAX lineup over the course of the year. This may include Disney’s 3D conversion of Beauty and the Beast, which ran in an exclusive limited engagement at Hoyts Cinemas in Australia and New Zealand last year, as a limited engagement in North American 3D theaters.