While HDTVs have been bringing theater-esque experiences to the average living room, true big-screen theatrical viewing is still the domain of your local movieplex — unless you can afford a private screening room, that is. The Wall Street Journal takes a look at the screening rooms of the likes of Steven Spielberg and Brett Ratner, who sometimes spend up to $2 million to build the mini-movie theaters within their own homes. Personal screening rooms are nothing new, but the shift to digital projection in recent years has made the practice even more widespread. Some individuals are even able to get early access to films before they hit theaters, with the studios reportedly referring to the short list of those approved for early access as the "Bel-Air circuit." It's a fascinating look at the Hollywood high-end — with some tantalizing pictures to match.