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Palm Harbor never had a theme and still doesn’t, even after the remodel. The first themed theater was the Muvico Pointe 21, which was sold to Regal in 2007.
Theater name still needs to be changed to Paragon Village 12, http://www.spotsylvaniatownecentre.com/pressrelease/2012-02-21-muvico-village-12-theater-to-change-name-to-paragon-village-12/2130560826. Current ownership should be Paragon Entertainment Group. Also, Muvico never had ownership of this theater, Paragon was just using the name in a licensing deal.
Current ownership should be Paragon Entertainment Group.
Restaurant concept being added to this theater, http://www.paragontheaters.com/static/media/uploads/ocean_walk_my_pi_press_release.pdf. Is it possible to change the name of theater to Paragon Ocean Walk 10?
Theater is opening tonight, http://tbo.com/new-movie-theater-opens-in-carrollwood-20130606/.
It got postponed again, but they were supposed to open today. No idea when it’s opening now. I was hired on to manage this location but left because it wasn’t a good fit. Mike – It will be 6 screens, the plan was to only open with 5 though. Last theater still needed laminate flooring and seats installed.
Theater is opening today.
Should be opening mid-April.
The Sony projectors from this located were removed and placed at different theaters in the Tampa market.
Theater is now open.
Theater name needs to be changed to Paragon Village 12, no longer has the Muvico name
There are multiple news articles, but here is one link. http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2012/may/29/florida-based-frank-theatres-brings-movies-with/
Frank Theatres is reopening this theater.
Still not open. They changed the name of the new theater, but the old sign is still on the front of the theater.
Channelside no longer has an IMAX. They lost the licence a few years ago. Also, they do longer host the Gasparilla Film Festival. Instead, it’s at Cinebistro at Hyde Park, Muvico Centro Ybor 20, and the Tampa Theatre. The theater is obviously a Regal design and the last time I was there it was dingy and tacky, with a curtain around the concession stand.
The theater is back open, under Frank Theaters.
Southern Theatres is taking over this location. It’s finally on their website. It’s going to be under the Amstar name instead of The Grand, and will be a 14 screen theater.
Doesn’t look good at this point, the new owners of the theater also run the Channelside Cinemas theater, which just filed for bankruptcy.
This theater was remodeled and now has 12 screens. All digital, stadium seating, DBOX seats, beer and wine, and a giant arcade. Reopened for Tron Legacy.