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Following a reduction in screens during a recent renovation and the redevelopment of the area surrounding it, this theater has officially been renamed “AMC Rosemary Square 12”.
They are currently in the process of installing laser-based projectors at this theater. So far, I can confirm that auditoriums 6, 9, 16, and 18 have been upgraded.
Following a reduction in screens, this theater has officially been retitled as Regal Hollywood 11.
This theater has officially been renamed Regal Lincolnshire Stadium 15 & IMAX.
Auditorium 1: 179 Seats
Auditoriums 2, 4, 20 & 21: 122 Seats
Auditorium 3: 485 Seats (Largest House)
Auditoriums 5 & 19: 138 Seats
Auditoriums 6 & 18: 97 Seats
Auditoriums 7 & 8: 300 Seats
Auditoriums 9 & 10: 200 Seats
Auditorium 11: 471 Seats (IMAX)
Auditoriums 12 & 17: 111 Seats
Auditoriums 13 & 16: 181 Seats
Auditoriums 14 & 15: 304 Seats
Auditorium 22: 150 Seats
Auditorium 23: 158 Seats
Auditoriums 3, 7-11 were all operational by June 16, 1999
Temporarily closed due to damage from Hurricane Irma.
According to Gwinnett County property records, this theater was built in 1994. 5/31/96 was the date that Regal aquired this from Storey.
Perhaps you could group all of your stubs from this theater and put them all in one photo.
That would be cool to see.
It’s so weird seeing a ticket stub that dates back to this theater’s youth. While it’s cool that they used a picture of Delray Beach 18 (R.I.P.) for these older stubs, it sure made some of the text hard to read.
It’s unfortunate that this theater closed. Even though it was no longer under the ownership of Muvico, it still had a lot of the elements that made their plexes unique.
As someone who frequents this theater, I can’t thank you enough for finding this!
This theater is about to receive recliners. While this is good to hear, I just wish Regal would preserve the murals found in some of the rooms. That’s one of the few downsides of these recliner retrofits.
AMC has recently completed a major renovation of this theater in which they installed recliners, expanded the concession stand, and added a MacGuffins bar.
It turns out that most, if not all of the complex has been demolished in order to accommodate the L.A. Fitness. That just makes this theater’s closure even sadder.
I wonder if Cobb took this theater over from Cinemark. From what I’ve seen, some of the auditoriums here have a completely white ceiling as well as metal sconces, both of which were features of Cinemark’s oldest theaters.
Theater update: www.youtube.com/watch?v=_sq1xQ429t4
Everything still seems to be in place despite being abandoned for almost two years.
What is that box next to the projection window?
The seats here remind me of the ones at Sawgrass.
Always good to see functioning masking.
Really strange placement. Almost looks like an emergency exit.
Those are some nice light fixtures.
The configuration of this room is similar that of screens 3 & 13 at Royal Palm, albeit with a different color scheme.
Do you think that switch was probably used to trigger the lit-up parts of the mural?