Las Vegas theater showing ‘Black Panther’ on 270-degree screen
Want to see more of “Black Panther”? Like, say, 180 degrees more? AMC Town Square is one of only three locations in America where you can, thanks to ScreenX.
The format, which uses multiple projectors and screens along the theater’s side walls to create an immersive 270-degree viewing experience, was developed by South Korea’s CJ Group in 2012. It was installed at Town Square in February 2016.
Of the company’s 131 locations, only three — Town Square, Los Angeles and Buena Park, California — are outside of Asia. As a result, few of the movies converted to the format are recognizable titles.
“Black Panther” is only the second Hollywood release to play the Town Square theater, following “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” in September.