In 2008 The Dark Knight made history as the first major Hollywood motion picture to include sequences shot with IMAX cameras. It stunned audiences with the deep clarity and immersive qualities of 70mm IMAX projection. In that same year however, IMAX started rolling out their new digital theater systems to large chain chains like AMC and Regal. In the years since, the amount of IMAX theaters and releases have tripled in size — the vast majority being digital theaters and releases. Next year IMAX plans to roll out its groundbreaking dual 4K laser projection systems to their remaining 70mm and digital 2K theaters alike. With a release set for late 2014, Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar seems likely be the last Hollywood film to receive a 70mm IMAX print and release. And now, according to the site Cines Argentinos, that appears to be the case.