Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Largest cinema screen - Pinewood Studios sets
Pinewood Studios, UK--The home of the James Bond 007
has transformed its unique outdoor water filming facility
into a giant cinema screen, sized 240 feet (73.1 meters) wide
by 60 feet (18.3 meters) height-setting the world record for
Pinewood has transformed its unique outdoor water filming
facility into the world's
largest cinema screen, sized 73.1M wide x 18.3M in height.
Filmed at Pinewood Studios, Mission: Impossible was inspired
by the vintage espionage TV series and starred Tom Cruise.
A delicious range of hot and cold refreshments
can be delivered via waitress service directly to each car.
The ticket price reflects the event aspect
of the screenings, with the public expected to cough up 55
pounds ($88) per car for the VIP parking and service package,
or 35 pounds ($56) per car for standard tickets.
From The Bourne Ultimatum to Kubrick’s
2001: A Space Odyssey, Mamma Mia! to Superman, Pinewood
and its sister studio Shepperton have helped create each film
in the Drive-In series. Other titles being shown include Bridget
Jones’ Diary, Slumdog Millionaire, Gladiator, Dr Strangelove
and Batman Begins.
Corporate Affairs Director Andrew Smith comments “Both Pinewood
and Shepperton have played a part in some of the most iconic
feature films ever made and we’re delighted to be able to
showcase these in such a spectacular way for the British public
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December 9, 2009