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"Doctor Strange" First Look to Screen in IMAX October 10th

Nearly one month before Marvel Studios' latest blockbuster, "Doctor Strange," is released, 15 minutes of exclusive footage will be screened in over 115 IMAX theaters nationwide on Monday, October 10th, at 7pm. The footage will be presented in a sneak peek entitled, "Expand Your Mind: An IMAX® 3D Exclusive First Look," designed to accentuate the hype for Scott Derrickson's film scheduled to open on Friday, November 4th. Derrickson has noted that over an hour of the film consists of specially formatted IMAX sequences that will be previewed in the upcoming "First Look." Among the film's cast is Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rachel McAdams, Mads Mikkelsen and Tilda Swinton.

Tickets for Expand Your Mind: An IMAX® 3D Exclusive First Look are free and are being distributed for U.S. and Canadian screenings on a first-come, first-serve basis. Fans who attend will also receive a limited-edition, collectible “Doctor Strange” IMAX poster. For more information or to download tickets, click here.


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