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Dolby Cinema is a premium cinema concept created by Dolby Laboratories that combines Dolby proprietary technologies such as Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, as well as other signature entrance and intrinsic design features. The technology competes with IMAX and other premium large formats such as Cinemark's XD and Regal's RPX.[1][2][3]

Contents

HistoryEdit

The first installations featuring Dolby Cinema were JT (now Vue) Bioscopen Cinema in Eindhoven, Netherlands on 18 December 2014; followed by Cinesa La Maquinista in Barcelona, Spain.[4] Dolby Laboratories has partner contracts with Cinesa, Vue Cinemas, AMC Theatres (known as Dolby Cinema at AMC),[5] Cineplexx Cinemas, Wanda Cinemas, Jackie Chan Cinema and Reel Cinemas to install Dolby Cinemas.[6]

On May the 26th of 2017 Dolby announced they made a deal with Les Cinémas Gaumont Pathé to open 10 new locations in Europe. Seven will be located in France and three will be located in The Netherlands.[7]

TechnologyEdit

Dolby VisionEdit

Dolby Cinema utilizes a Dolby Vision projection system developed by Dolby Laboratories in conjunction with Christie Digital. The system consists of dual Christie 4K 6P (primary) modular laser projectors featuring a custom design to allow for unique light path. The system is capable of delivering up to 14 foot-lambert on unity-gain matte-white screens for 3D (and up to 31 foot-lambert for 2D), a substantial improvement on current generation 3D systems which deliver in the range of 3 to 4 foot-lambert for 3D. The result is improved brightness, color and contrast compared to traditional xenon projectors.[8][9] The first theaters temporarily used off-the-shelf dual Christie 4K laser projectors until the Dolby Vision-capable ones were shipped out in spring 2015.[2]

Dolby 3D uses spectrum separation, where the two projectors function in stacked operation with each projector emitting a slightly different wavelength of red, green, and blue primary. There is no polarization present on the projector, and the 3D spectacles have notch filters that block the primaries used by the projector projecting the image intended for the other eye.[10]

Dolby Vision is able to display the following combinations of resolution and frame rate:

  • 2k – 2D at 120 fps, 60 fps, 48 fps and 24 fps
  • 2k – 3D at 120 fps, 60 fps, 48 fps and 24 fps per eye / projector
  • 4k – 2D at 48 fps, 30 fps and 24 fps
  • 4k – 3D at 48 fps, 30 fps and 24 fps per eye / projector

Although the twin projectors are capable of displaying the 7,500:1 contrast ratio defined by the DCI fixed luminance gamma function for movies not graded with Dolby Vision, the projectors are limited to 5,000:1 contrast ratio.[11]The Hollywood studios have graded over 100 films directly on Dolby Cinema projectors, the creative team can then create content with contrast ratios of 1,000,000:1.[12]

Dolby AtmosEdit

Another component of the Dolby Cinema experience is Dolby Atmos, an object-oriented, 3D-surround audio format developed by Dolby Laboratories.[13][14] The system is capable of 128 simultaneous audio inputs utilizing up to 64 individual speakers to enhance viewer immersion.[15] The first film to support the new format was Disney and Pixar's animated film Brave released in 2012.[15]

Signature EntranceEdit

Most Dolby Cinemas feature a curved video wall entrance displaying content related to the feature film playing in the auditorium. The content displayed on the video wall is specifically generated by the film studio and is intended to immerse viewers in the movie experience before the movie has started.[16] The video is generated using multiple short throw high definition projectors in the entrance ceiling and proprietary software is used to pixel map the different images together along the wall. similarly, the audio is generated using speakers placed in the ceiling of the entrance.[17]

Theatres with Dolby CinemaEdit

United StatesEdit

ArizonaEdit

  • Glendale – AMC Westgate 20
  • Mesa – AMC Mesa Grand 24
  • Phoenix – AMC Desert Ridge 18

CaliforniaEdit

  • Arcadia – AMC Santa Anita 16
  • Burbank – AMC Burbank 16
  • City of Industry – AMC Puente Hills 20
  • Los Angeles – AMC Century City 15
  • Los Angeles – Dolby Theatre – Not advertised as Dolby Cinema but contains Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos.
  • Los Angeles – El Capitan – Not advertised as Dolby Cinema but contains Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos.
  • National City – AMC Plaza Bonita 14
  • Newark – AMC NewPark 12
  • Norwalk – AMC Norwalk 20
  • Ontario – AMC DINE-IN Ontario Mills 30
  • Orange – AMC Orange 30
  • Rancho Cucamonga – AMC Victoria Gardens 12
  • Redondo Beach – AMC DINE-IN South Bay Galleria 16
  • Riverside – AMC Tyler Galleria 16
  • San Diego – AMC Mission Valley 20
  • San Francisco – AMC Metreon 16
  • San Jose – AMC Eastridge 15
  • Torrance – AMC Del Amo 18
  • Woodland Hills – AMC Promenade 16

ColoradoEdit

  • Aurora – AMC Arapahoe Crossing 16
  • Broomfield – AMC Flatiron Crossing 14
  • Highlands Ranch – AMC Highlands Ranch 24
  • Westminister – AMC Westminister Promenade 24

District of ColumbiaEdit

  • Washington – AMC Loews Georgetown 14

FloridaEdit

  • Altamonte Springs – AMC Altamonte Mall 18
  • Aventura – AMC Aventura 24
  • Brandon – AMC The Regency 20
  • Lake Buena Vista – AMC DINE-IN Disney Springs 24
  • Oldsmar – AMC Woodlands Square 20
  • Orange Park – AMC Orange Park 24
  • Pembroke Pines — AMC Pembroke Lakes 9
  • South Miami – AMC Sunset Place 24
  • Tallahassee – AMC Tallahassee 20
  • Tampa – AMC Veterans 24

GeorgiaEdit

  • Alpharetta – AMC North Point Mall 12
  • Lawrenceville – AMC Sugarloaf Mills 18
  • Morrow – AMC Southlake 24

IllinoisEdit

  • Chicago – AMC River East 21
  • Crestwood – AMC Loews Crestwood 18
  • Naperville – AMC Showplace Naperville 16
  • Oakbrook – AMC Oakbrook Center 12
  • Skokie – AMC Showplace Village Crossing 18
  • South Barrington – AMC South Barrington 24
  • Vernon Hills – AMC Hawthorn 12

IndianaEdit

  • Indianapolis – AMC Castleton Square 14

KansasEdit

  • Leawood – AMC Town Center 20
  • Wichita – Warren East – Not advertised as Dolby Cinema.

KentuckyEdit

  • Newport – AMC Newport on the Levee 20

LouisianaEdit

  • Baton Rouge – AMC Baton Rouge 16
  • Harahan – AMC Elmwood Palace 20
  • Metairie – AMC Clearview Palace 12

MarylandEdit

  • Baltimore – AMC Loews White Marsh 16
  • Columbia – AMC Columbia 14

MassachusettsEdit

  • Danvers – AMC Loews Liberty Tree Mall 20
  • Dorchester – AMC South Bay Centre 12

MichiganEdit

  • Clinton Twp – AMC Star Gratiot 21

MinnesotaEdit

  • Roseville – AMC Rosedale 14
  • Edina – AMC Southdale 16

MissouriEdit

  • Kansas City – AMC BarryWoods 24

NevadaEdit

  • Las Vegas – AMC Town Square 18

New JerseyEdit

  • Clifton – AMC Clifton Commons 16
  • Eatontown – AMC Monmouth Mall 15
  • Paramus – AMC Garden State 16
  • Rockaway – AMC Rockaway 16

New YorkEdit

  • New York City – AMC Empire 25
  • Port Chester – AMC Loews Port Chester 14

North CarolinaEdit

  • Concord – AMC Concord Mills 24

OhioEdit

  • Columbus – AMC DINE-IN Easton Town Center 30
  • West Chester – AMC West Chester 18

OklahomaEdit

  • Broken Arrow – Broken Arrow Warren – Not advertised as Dolby Cinema.
  • Moore – Moore Warren – Not advertised as Dolby Cinema.
  • Oklahoma City – AMC Quail Springs Mall 24

PennsylvaniaEdit

TexasEdit

  • Addison – AMC Village on the Parkway 9
  • Arlington – AMC The Parks At Arlington 18
  • Austin – AMC Barton Creek Square 14
  • Dallas – AMC Northpark 15
  • Garland – AMC Firewheel 18
  • Houston – AMC Gulf Pointe 30
  • Houston – AMC Willowbrook 24
  • Humble – AMC Deerbrook 24
  • Katy – AMC Katy Mills 20
  • Mesquite – AMC DINE-IN Mesquite 30
  • Sugarland – AMC First Colony 24

VirginiaEdit

  • Alexandria – AMC Hoffman Center 22
  • Hampton – AMC Hampton Towne Center 24
  • Mclean – AMC Tysons Corner 16
  • Woodbridge – AMC Potomac Mills 18

WashingtonEdit

  • Lynnwood – AMC Loews Alderwood Mall 16
  • Spokane – AMC River Park Square 20
  • Woodinville – AMC Loews Woodinville 12

FutureEdit

  • AMC Arrowhead 14, Glendale, AZ
  • AMC Bay Street 16, Emeryville, CA
  • AMC Mercado 20, Santa Clara, CA
  • AMC Rolling Hills 20, Torrance, CA
  • AMC Tustin 14 @ The District, Tustin, CA
  • AMC DINE-IN Studio 28, Olathe, KS
  • AMC Loews Boston Commons 19, Boston, MA
  • AMC Livonia 20, Livonia, MI
  • AMC Hamilton 24, Hamilton, NJ
  • AMC Loews 34th Street 14, New York, NY
  • AMC DINE-IN Grapevine Mills 30 – Grapevine, TX
  • AMC Southcenter 16, Tukwila, WA

Rest of the WorldEdit

AustriaEdit

ChinaEdit

  • Baotou – Wanda Cinema (Zhengxiang Plaza) (coming soon)
  • Beijing – Wanda Cinema (Fengtai Wanda Plaza)
  • Beijing – Jackie Chan Cinema (Wukesong)[18]
  • Beijing – Jackie Chan Cinema (Ciyunsi)
  • ChangchunWanda Cinema (Saide plaza)[19]
  • ChangchunWanda Cinema (Ouya plaza)
  • Changsha – Wanda Cinema (Huachuang)
  • Chengdu – Wanda Cinema (Qingyang Wanda Plaza)
  • Chengdu – Wanda Cinema (Shuangliu Wanda Plaza)
  • Chongqing – Wanda Cinema (Nanping Wanda Plaza)
  • Dalian – Wanda Cinema (Peace Plaza Aona)
  • Dongguan - Wanda Cinema (G1Fenghui Plaza)
  • FoshanWanda Cinema (Jinshazhou Wanda plaza)
  • Jinan – Wanda Cinema (World Trade Plaza)
  • Xiamen – Huayi Brothers Film Center (Jiageng)
  • Xiamen – Wanda Cinema (SM Plaza)
  • Kunming – Wanda Cinema (Justice Square)
  • Nanjing – Wanda Cinema (Jiangning Sunny Plaza)
  • Nanjing – Wanda Cinema (Xinjiekou Wanda Plaza)
  • Nanjing – Wanda Cinema (Jianye Wanda Plaza)
  • Nanchang – Wanda Cinema (World Trade Plaza)
  • Shanghai – Wanda Cinema (Minhang Zhuanqiao Wanda Plaza)
  • Shanghai – Macalline Cinema World
  • Shanghai – Wanda Cinema (Wujiaochang Wanda Plaza) (coming soon)
  • Shanghai – Wanda Cinema (Daning) (Coming Soon)
  • TaizhouWanda Cinema (Xingguangyao plaza)
  • Tangshan – Jackie Chan Cinema
  • Wuhan – Wanda Cinema (Jianghan Road Yue Hui Plaza)
  • Yinchuan – BHG Hualian Cinema

NetherlandsEdit

  • Eindhoven – Vue Eindhoven
  • Hilversum – Vue Hilversum
  • Rotterdam – Pathé De Kuip [7]
  • Amsterdam – Pathé De Munt [7]
  • Unspecified location – Pathé (coming soon)[7]

FranceEdit

  • Massy – Les Cinémas Gaumont Pathé [7]
  • Unspecified location #1 – Les Cinémas Gaumont Pathé (coming soon)[7]
  • Unspecified location #2 – Les Cinémas Gaumont Pathé (coming soon)[7]
  • Unspecified location #3 – Les Cinémas Gaumont Pathé(coming soon)[7]
  • Unspecified location #4 – Les Cinémas Gaumont Pathé (coming soon)[7]
  • Unspecified location #5 – Les Cinémas Gaumont Pathé (coming soon)[7]
  • Unspecified location #6 – Les Cinémas Gaumont Pathé (coming soon)[7]

SpainEdit

  • Barcelona – Cinesa La Maquinista

UAEEdit

  • Dubai – Reel Cinemas The Dubai Mall (coming soon)[20]
  • Dubai – Reel Cinemas Dubai Marina Mall[20]

Films presented in Dolby CinemaEdit

Film [nb 1][nb 2] Distributor Release date Notes
Tomorrowland Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures May 22, 2015
San Andreas Warner Bros. Pictures May 29, 2015
Inside Out Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures June 19, 2015 Dream sequence filmed in Rec. 2020 color volume.[21]
Pixels Columbia Pictures July 24, 2015
Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation Paramount Pictures July 31, 2015
The Perfect Guy Screen Gems September 11, 2015
Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials 20th Century Fox September 18, 2015
Everest Universal Pictures September 25, 2015
The Martian 20th Century Fox October 2, 2015
Pan Warner Bros. Pictures October 9, 2015
Goosebumps Columbia Pictures October 16, 2015
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 Lionsgate Films November 20, 2015
The Good Dinosaur Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures November 25, 2015
In the Heart of the Sea Warner Bros. Pictures December 11, 2015
Star Wars: The Force Awakens Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures December 17, 2015 Also released in Dolby Vision 3D in El Capitan theatre.[22]
The Revenant 20th Century Fox January 8, 2016
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi Paramount Pictures January 15, 2016
Deadpool 20th Century Fox February 12, 2016
Zootopia Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures March 4, 2016
10 Cloverfield Lane Paramount Pictures March 11, 2016
The Divergent Series: Allegiant Summit Entertainment March 18, 2016
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Warner Bros. Pictures March 25, 2016
Hardcore Henry STX Entertainment April 8, 2016
The Jungle Book Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures April 15, 2016 Also released in Dolby Vision 3D.
Captain America: Civil War Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures May 6, 2016 Also released in Dolby Vision 3D in El Capitan theatre.[23]
Alice Through the Looking Glass Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures May 27, 2016 Also released in Dolby Vision 3D in El Capitan theatre.[24]
X-Men: Apocalypse 20th Century Fox May 27, 2016
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows Paramount Pictures June 3, 2016
Now You See Me 2 Summit Entertainment June 10, 2016
Warcraft Universal Studios June 10, 2016
Finding Dory Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures June 17, 2016
Independence Day: Resurgence 20th Century Fox June 24, 2016
The BFG Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures July 1, 2016 Also released in Dolby Vision 3D.
The Legend of Tarzan Warner Bros. Pictures July 1, 2016
For a Few Bullets Wanda Shengshi Film Distribution July 15, 2016 China release.
Star Trek Beyond Paramount Pictures July 22, 2016
Ice Age: Collision Course 20th Century Fox July 22, 2016
Suicide Squad Warner Bros. Pictures August 5, 2016
Pete's Dragon Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures August 12, 2016
Kubo and the Two Strings Focus Features August 19, 2016
Deepwater Horizon Summit Entertainment September 30, 2016
L.O.R.D: Legend of Ravaging Dynasties[25] Le Vision Pictures (Beijing) September 30, 2016 China release.
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children 20th Century Fox September 30, 2016
Voyage of Time: Life's Journey[26] Broad Green Pictures October 6, 2016
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back Paramount Pictures October 21, 2016
Inferno Columbia Pictures October 28, 2016
Doctor Strange Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures November 4, 2016
Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk TriStar Pictures November 11, 2016 Released in 3D, 2K, 120fps in China and some US theaters.[27]
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Warner Bros. Pictures November 18, 2016
I Am Not Madame Bovary[28] Beijing Sparkle Roll Media Corporation November 18, 2016 China release.
Moana Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures November 23, 2016
La La Land Summit Entertainment December 16, 2016
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures December 16, 2016 Also released in Dolby Vision 3D.
The Wasted Times China Lion Film Distribution December 16, 2016 China release.
Passengers Columbia Pictures December 21, 2016
Railroad Tigers GEM Entertainment December 23, 2016 China release.
Live by Night Warner Bros. Pictures January 13, 2017
XXX: Return of Xander Cage Paramount Pictures January 20, 2017
The Village of No Return Warner Bros. Pictures January 26, 2017 China release.
Timm Thaler oder das verkaufte Lachen [29] Constantin Film February 2, 2017 German release.
Fifty Shades Darker Universal Pictures February 10, 2017
The Lego Batman Movie Warner Bros. Pictures February 10, 2017 Entire feature filmed in Rec. 2020 color volume.[21]
The Great Wall Universal Pictures February 17, 2017
Logan 20th Century Fox March 3, 2017
Kong: Skull Island Warner Bros. Pictures March 10, 2017
Beauty and the Beast Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures March 17, 2017
Life Columbia Pictures March 24, 2017
Power Rangers Lionsgate Films, Toei Company Ltd. March 24, 2017
Ghost in the Shell Paramount Pictures March 31, 2017
The Fate of the Furious Universal Pictures April 14, 2017
Battle of Memories Wanda Media April 28, 2017 China release
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures May 5, 2017
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword Warner Bros. Pictures May 12, 2017
Alien: Covenant 20th Century Fox May 19, 2017
Baywatch Paramount Pictures May 26, 2017
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man Tell No Tales Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures May 26, 2017 Also released in Dolby Vision 3D in El Capitan theatre. [30]
Wonder Woman Warner Bros. Pictures June 2, 2017
The Mummy Universal Studios June 9, 2017
Cars 3[31] Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures June 16, 2017
Transformers: The Last Knight[31] Paramount Pictures June 23, 2017
Baby Driver[31] Tristar Pictures June 28, 2017
Despicable Me 3[31] Universal Pictures June 30, 2017
Spider-Man: Homecoming[31] Sony Pictures July 7, 2017
War for the Planet of the Apes[31] 20th Century Fox July 14, 2017
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets[31] STX Entertainment July 21, 2017
Atomic Blonde[31] Focus Features July 28, 2017
Dunkirk[31] Warner Bros. Pictures July 28, 2017 Dolby Vision only.[32]
The Dark Tower[31] Columbia Pictures August 4, 2017
Annabelle: Creation[31] Warner Bros. Pictures August 11, 2017
Earth: One Amazing Day Shanghai Media Group August 11, 2017
Logan Lucky Bleecker Street August 18, 2017
The Hitman's Bodyguard Lionsgate Films August 18, 2017
Happy Family[31] Warner Bros. Pictures August 24, 2017 German release.
Close Encounters of the Third Kind Columbia Pictures September 1, 2017 One week only.
IT[31] Warner Bros. Pictures September 8, 2017
American Assassin Lionsgate Films September 15, 2017
Kingsman: The Golden Circle[31] 20th Century Fox September 22, 2017
The Lego Ninjago Movie[31] Warner Bros. Pictures September 22, 2017
Flatliners[31] Columbia Pictures September 29, 2017
Blade Runner 2049[31] Warner Bros. Pictures October 6, 2017
Only The Brave[31] Columbia Pictures October 20, 2017
Geostorm Warner Bros. Pictures October 20, 2017
Jigsaw Lionsgate Films October 27, 2017
Thor: Ragnarok Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures November 2, 2017
Murder on the Orient Express 20th Century Fox November 9, 2017
Justice League[31] Warner Bros. Pictures November 17, 2017
Darkest Hour[31] Focus Features November 22, 2017
Coco Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures November 22, 2017 Additionally released in the El Capitan Theater in Dolby Vision/Atmos
Titanic [33] Paramount Pictures/20th Century Fox December 1, 2017 Originally released in 1997. Also released in Dolby Vision 3D. Limited engagement.
The Disaster Artist New Line Cinema December 8, 2017
Star Wars: The Last Jedi Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures December 15, 2017
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle[31] Columbia Pictures December 20, 2017
Pitch Perfect 3 Universal Pictures December 22, 2017
The Commuter Lionsgate Films, StudioCanal UK January 12, 2018
12 Strong[31] Warner Bros. Pictures January 19, 2018
Maze Runner: The Death Cure 20th Century Fox January 26, 2016
Peter Rabbit Columbia Pictures February 9, 2018
Black Panther Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures February 16, 2018
Red Sparrow 20th Century Fox March 2, 2018
Alpha Sony Pictures March 2, 2018
Tomb Raider Warner Bros. Pictures March 16, 2018
Pacific Rim: Uprising Universal Pictures March 23, 2018
Ready Player One Warner Bros. Pictures March 30, 2018
X-Men: The New Mutants 20th Century Fox April 13, 2018
Avengers: Infinity War Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures May 4, 2018
Solo: A Star Wars Story Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures May 25, 2018
Deadpool 2 20th Century Fox June 1, 2018
Incredibles 2 Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures June 15, 2018
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom  Universal Pictures June 22, 2018
Ant-Man and the Wasp Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures July 6, 2018
M:I 6 - Mission Impossible Paramount Pictures July 27, 2018
Teen Titans Go! to the Movies Warner Bros. Pictures July 27, 2018
Christopher Robin Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures August 3, 2018
Smallfoot Warner Bros. Pictures September 14, 2018
X-Men: Dark Phoenix 20th Century Fox November 2, 2018
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Warner Bros. Pictures November 16, 2018
Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures November 21, 2018
Aquaman Warner Bros. Pictures December 21, 2018
Bumblebee Paramount Pictures December 21, 2018

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