Cinemark opens new theater in Tulsa

posted by CSWalczak on August 11, 2010 at 4:48 am

TULSA, OK — The Cinemark Broken Arrow opened on August 6. Featuring twelve screens, six of which are 3-D capable, the theater is the chain’s second all-digital theater.

Each theater boasts stadium seating, and they range in size from 100 to 250 seats. That largest capacity theater is smaller than at Cinemark’s Tulsa location at 71st Street and U.S. 169, indicative of the “neighborhood theater” concept that Cinemark envisions for one of the state’s fastest-growing communities for decades.

“We discovered this area of Broken Arrow years ago, and we always knew it would be a perfect spot for a theater,” said James Meredith, vice president of marketing and communications for Cinemark, talking as he toured the crisp, clean multiplex with an undeniable new-movie- theater smell.

There is more at TulsaWorld.

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Austin Klososky
Austin Klososky on August 11, 2010 at 11:55 am

I am really starting to enjoy Cinemark. I just moved to OKC from Tulsa and live very near the 20 screen Tinseltown in OKC, I remember it being one of the Cinemark Neon 90’s catastrophes but it apparently just got flooded and then remodeled and it is beautiful now, very similar looking to the Cinemark Tulsa. Also beautiful is the 5.50 general admission and 3.75 matinees. All you have to do is brave the ghetto that surrounds it!

But anyways, I’m quite shocked that they aren’t going to close the BA 8 (Or The Ghetto 8 as tulsa theatre operators call it) I’m betting it at least becomes a second run house.

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