I won't argue with that lol Don't get me wrong, I'd like a home cinema version of an imax ratio that allows for a full 16:9 presentation. That is, if the source allows for it... One would assume that some other imax presented films are done so with the freedom to crop out unnecessary information at the top and bottom of the frame with little impact to the home viewer. That doesn't seem to be the case here however, as Zack has clearly demonstrated his intent and vision during filming that such cropping would severely impact the end result. I think that has to be respected and appreciated, even if it isn't applauded.This is correct which is why we are all a little nervous lol
If you can't see the post:
Zack Snyder’s Justice League will be available worldwide in all markets on the same day as in the U.S. on March 18th via on-demand, digital download, linear, or streaming. Platform availability will depend on each territory (with the exception of China, France, and Japan, where the release dates are TBD). Additional details for specific markets will be shared soon.
Hear it from the man himself:
A demoralizing battle with Warner Bros. A devastating personal tragedy. A fan base he couldn’t control. Zack Snyder tells V.F. why he quit ‘Justice League,’ and why he’s returned to complete a cut that’s reached near-mythical status.www.vanityfair.com
Thanks for sharing in the movie thread @vexred
Is it March 18 yet?
You are getting more footage with this aspect ratio. If it was widescreen, you'd still get horizontal black bars. But with this aspect ratio, yes you will get vertical black bars, except you will see more of the film. This is the exact aspect ratio I watched both Avengers Infinity War and Endgame in, and boy I would absolutely love to have this aspect ratio on physical media for those films. I'm actually interested to know what it is that you dislike about this aspect ratioNo matter how good the film is, 2 stars knocked off outa 5 straight away for making it 4.3 nuff said.