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This theatre has been rebranded as “Cinemark Colonel Glenn 18 and XD.” An updated photo has been uploaded. It is also currently undergoing a conversion to Cinemark Luxury Loungers in all auditoriums.
The XD auditorium was converted over to Cinemark Luxury Loungers in 2016.
This is location is currently undergoing a major remodel, including conversion to Cinemark Luxury Loungers in all auditoriums.
This building is now being used as a church.
This location has been rebranded from ‘Rave’ to ‘Cinemark’. I have added a new photo of the front of the building showing the Rave signage having been replaced with Cinemark signage.
The final day of operation for this building was September 5, 2016.
A major remodel took place at this location in Spring 2016. Upgrades include an exterior paint job, all new exterior signage, all new wall treatments throughout the lobby, corridors, and auditoriums, all new seats, new surround speakers in every auditorium, a brand new box office, new digital signage in the lobby, concession stand, and corridors, new carpeting throughout the building, two new ticketing kiosks, and several miscellaneous ADA related improvements. Lane dividers and an Icee machine have also been added to the concession stand.
Opened in May 2007 in what used to be a Phar-Mor store.
Effective March 23, 2016, this location is now a Cinemark property.
This theatre has now closed and is in the process of being demolished. A new 14 screen will be constructed on this site. It is projected to open in late 2016.
Now featuring Cinemark Luxury Loungers in all auditoriums.
Seating in all 12 auditoriums converted to Cinemark Luxury Loungers in winter 2015/2016.
A picture of Movies 10 before it was “merged” with the adjacent 7 screen Tinseltown USA.
One auditorium was converted to ‘Cinemark XD’ in December 2015, and all auditoriums are in the process of being converted to ‘Cinemark Luxury Loungers’.
Opened on December 10, 2015, as an anchor at the new ‘The Promenade at Downey’ development. Features self-serve concessions, reserved seating, and Cinemark Luxury Lounger recliners.
One auditorium was converted to a ‘Cinemark XD’ auditorium in October 2015, and all auditoriums throughout the complex are currently being converted to Luxury Loungers with reserved seating.
This theatre is currently closed and sitting empty with a real estate sign in the window.
This building is now a Staples.
This building is currently being demolished.
Cinemark completed a remodel on this theatre in August 2015 which included Luxury Lounger recliners in all auditoriums, a party room, a new concession stand, and an exterior paint job.
All seats throughout the complex were converted to ‘Cinemark Luxury Loungers’ in August 2015, and the building was rebranded ‘Cinemark North Hollywood’.