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Topic:Journey to Space (IMAX K2/Giant Screen Films)
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Robert PearlmancollectSPACE
Patrick Stewart to narrate NASA's 'trek' to Mars in giant-screen 'Journey to Space'

An actor famous for his role commanding a fictional starship will narrate NASA's real 'trek' to Mars in a new giant-screen film.

Patrick Stewart, who as Jean-Luc Picard helmed the USS Enterprise on "Star Trek: The Next Generation," is lending his voice to "Journey to Space," a new large-format movie about the concepts, hardware and people carrying out the next generation missions to make humanity a spacefaring civilization.

"It was a delight to contribute to this exciting film project," Stewart said in a statement. "['Journey to Space'] will let audiences young and old know how surprisingly close we are to sending humans into deep space."

Robert PearlmanJourney to Space is now or soon will be playing at: Additional venues coming in March:
  • Iowa Science Center, Des Moines, Iowa
  • Science Museum Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, OK
  • National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton, Ohio
  • St. Louis Science Center, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Space Center Houston, Houston, Texas
  • Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Illinois
  • Reuben H. Fleet Science Center, San Diego
And later this year:
  • Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts, Harrisburg, PA (May)
  • Clark Planetarium, Salt Lake City, Utah (May)
  • The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, PA (May)
  • Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland, Ohio (May)
  • Cincinnatti Museum Center, Cincinnatti, Ohio (June)
  • Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Denver, Colorado (June)
  • American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York (July)
  • Challenger Learning Center, Tallahassee, Florida (August)
  • White River State Park, Indianapolis, Indiana (September)
  • California Science Center, Los Angeles, California (October)
  • Arizona Science Center, Phoenix, Arizona (Fall)
  • Discovery Place, Charlotte, North Carolina (Fall)
Robert PearlmancollectSPACE
Now playing: 'Journey To Space' launches into giant-screen theaters

A new giant-screen documentary is now launching audiences on a "Journey to Space."

"Journey To Space," narrated by actor Patrick Stewart, is now playing at NASA visitor centers, space museums and science centers across the U.S., with more venues being added weekly. The large-format movie, co-produced by K2 and Giant Screen Films, showcases NASA's plans for the future of spaceflight, including landing astronauts on Mars.

"Now we are fashioning vessels to set off on our greatest adventure of exploration ever, to Mars and beyond," says Stewart, who played Star Trek's Capt. Jean-Luc Picard, in the opening moments of "Journey To Space."

Robert Pearlman"Journey to Space" is coming out on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, The Digital Bits reports.
Shout! Factory has just announced its first batch of 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray titles with HDR, set to arrive in Spring/Summer of this year. All are IMAX titles. They include Journey to Space...
Shout! Factory's press release about its upcoming Blu-ray releases notes:
Shout! Factory plans a strategic launch of these movies in 4K Ultra HD with HDR through physical home entertainment releases and select digital entertainment distribution platforms in North America, beginning with "Journey to Space" and "Humpback Whales" on 4K Ultra HD Discs in late spring/early summer 2016.

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