You can see a little more of your favorite Marvel movies.
The original Ant-Man uses a 1.85:1 aspect ratio, so it’s not part of the IMAX Enhanced collection, but its sequel gets the screen-filling treatment.
Fitting the epic conclusion of the Avengers storyline, Endgame was shot entirely in IMAX format, so you’ll get the whole experience with IMAX Enhanced.
Infinity War was the first-ever Hollywood movie shot entirely in IMAX, making it a great fit for Disney Plus’ new aspect ratio.
IMAX was a big part of Black Panther’s theatrical release, with almost an hour’s worth of action scenes shot in the larger format.
Marvel’s first 2021 movie, Black Widow, features around 30 minutes of IMAX Enhanced footage.
Civil War’s 15-minute action centerpiece was shot entirely in IMAX. It’s the first movie ever to use the digital IMAX/ARRI 2D camera, where previous movies were shot on film for IMAX.
Brie Larson’s introduction as Captain Marvel uses IMAX Enhanced format for its biggest action scenes. Its sequel is in production, but won’t be released until 2023.
Doctor Strange is one of the most visually inventive movies in the MCU, and its psychedelic set pieces should shine especially well in IMAX Enhanced.
Iron Man wasn’t screened in IMAX until a 2018 Marvel film festival, so the IMAX Enhanced version on Disney Plus will be the first time most fans get to see it this way.
With James Gunn confirming Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is now shooting, the original Guardians is sure to get a lot of play in its new format.
Around 40 minutes of action sequences were shot in IMAX for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
Shang-Chi gets the IMAX Enhanced upgrade the same day it premieres on Disney Plus.
The flashy, colorful Thor: Ragnarok is a great fit for IMAX, which lets it pack even more visual flair into the frame.