Batman v Superman may have received a lot of criticism for its plot. But the movie was highly acclaimed for its style of filming and cinematography.
For those unaware, Batman v Superman was shot in IMAX. Moreover, the first scene involving The Wayne’s murder was fully shot with IMAX cameras. While we all credited Zack Snyder for using stunning rare pieces of equipment in the film, it looks like Snyder had someone else to thank.
In a recent article on The LA times, it was revealed that Christopher Nolan lent his personal IMAX lenses to Snyder for Batman v Superman as it is currently quite a challenge to acquire them. Moreover, The Dark Knight director has allowed other directors to borrow them as well.
Batman-News spotted the scoop which also revealed that Nolan lent his IMAX lenses to J.J. Abrams for Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Nolan is quite known for filming with IMAX. The director was appreciated for his efforts in using state-of-the-art equipment in The Dark Knight Rises.
Currently, Nolan fans are waiting to his upcoming film Dunkirk which was also shot on IMAX. The movie releases on July 21st this year. Earlier on Friday, Warner Bros. released its official trailer. Fans can check it out below.
Earlier in March, a report from Comicbook revealed that IMAX and Warner Bros. have teamed up to give DCEU fans the best experience through virtual reality.
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