Dark Knight Trilogy headed back to IMAX for Batman’s 80th anniversary

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There’s a lot of events planned for Batman’s 80th anniversary, but this may be the one the most people can partake in.

Warner Bros. announced on Tuesday that Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy would be returning to IMAX theaters for limited showings to celebrate the 80th anniversary. As Nolan did shoot portions of the films with IMAX equipment, this will be quite a treat to those who missed it the first time around, or just want to see it again.

Here’s the original IMAX trailer for The Dark Knight Rises.

The return engagement kicks off in Los Angeles on March 30 – Batman’s actual 80th anniversary – and will include a Q&A session with Christopher Nolan. The event will take place at the Universal Cinema AMC at CityWalk in Universal City. The screenings will then continue with New York on April 13 at the AMC Lincoln Square, then the AMC Metreon in San Francisco, the Cinesphere Ontario Place in Toronto, and the Indiana State Museum in Indianapolis. All events not in Los Angeles will include footage from the Q&A session.

The screenings will be presented in 70mm IMAX.