“The IMAX version (buy tickets HERE) will feature exclusive behind-the-scenes content and will, as noted above, open 24 hours earlier than the conventional domestic release,” Mendelson wrote. “It is a way of designating that it, as opposed to STX’s My Spy, Sony’s Bloodshot or Universal’s The Hunt, it will be the big movie of that specific weekend. And if history is any indication, it won’t have to rely on faith to be the next mainstream faith-based theatrical hit. The IMAX engagement is essentially Lionsgate calling their shot.'”