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It’s huge, it’s large it’s gigant-to-normus (I made that word up) but I’m telling you, you have never seen anything like this before. There is a new film at Entergy IMAX® Theater called Under the Sea 3D! This film will take you to an underwater world that is beyond your imagination. You will get to explore some of the most exotic waters on this earth in Under the Sea 3D. The images are captivating, riveting and will have you compelled to see more. Under the Sea 3D gives you a view of another world underwater. Discover the habits and habitats of Great White Sharks, Flamboyant Cuttlefish, Leafy Sea Dragons, Giant Stingrays, Jellyfish, Green Sea Turtles, playful Australian Sea Lions, six-foot Garden Eels and a multitude of brilliantly colorful fish and sea life as they play out the daily dramas of their lives amidst vast coral formations that rise from the ocean floor. The narration of the film is by Jim Carrey and he offers an inspiring and entertaining view of life in the deep ocean. Once you see this film you will be amazed at what you never realized lives in the ocean waters. The production behind the film is an amazing fete in itself. The film’s director kept a journal here is an entry…
Excerpt from Howard Hall’s Production Journal :
October 15, 2008, Gunung Api Island.
For those interested in looking at our location today on Google Earth, you probably won’t even see the island. This is a small rock less than a mile in diameter. It sticks up like one end of a football and that shape extends down into very deep water. There are only a couple of narrow ridges where we can put our feet down to work. Mostly the bottom is rubble or volcanic rock. Below one hundred feet, though, the invertebrate life becomes prolific and spectacular.
You’ll love it, the kids will love it, and once the movie is over, head to Audubon Aquarium of the Americas to see life underwater up close!
Info: Under the Sea 3D
Now Showing @ Entergy IMAX® Theater
#1 Canal Street
Show Times: 10am, 12pm, 2pm and 5pm