Notting Hill’s Coronet Saved?

posted by btkrefft on March 3, 2004 at 7:07 am

LONDON, ENGLAND — According to a spokesperson for Colliers CRE, the organization handling the sale of the 105 year-old Coronet Cinema, “New plans involve improving the building and maintaining the cinema”, but the spokesperson could not elaborate further.

The existence of the Notting Hill movie palace, featured in the Julia Roberts-Hugh Grant film “Notting Hill”, was rumored to be in danger.

Read the full report on the ITV website.

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Brydie on March 31, 2004 at 6:33 pm

Keep it alive, keep it real.I think that there will be much regret in the future, should the cinema be closed down and turned into something as pathetic as a McDonalds. Who makes these decisions anyway????

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