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This location was never a 13 screen. It opened as a 17 screen complex (16 regular screens + one IMAX screen), and it continues to operate as such today.
Per Cinemark’s website, this theatre should be labeled as ‘Cinemark at Hampshire Mall and XD’.
Auditorium #9 has been converted to Cinemark XD, so the theatre’s name should be listed as ‘Cinemark 16 and XD’.
Fully remodeled interior and exterior during Spring 2015. Has now been rebranded as ‘Cinemark 12’.
Demolition of this building took place in July 2015.
This location was closed for a full remodel in late 2014 / early 2015, complete with recliners in all auditoriums. Upon reopening in March 2015, it was rebranded ‘Cinemark Sugarhouse’ and now shows first run features.
One auditorium was converted over to Cinemark XD in November 2014.
Effective November 6, 2014, this theatre is now a Cinemark property.
Retrofitted with reserved seating Luxury Loungers in all auditoriums Fall 2014.
Status should now be “closed.”
One auditorium was converted to ‘Cinemark XD’ in September 2014.
Used to be known as the Park Place Cinema 7, before four additional screens were added and the stadium seating retrofit took place. Not sure when it opened, but it was much earlier than 1999. I saw FARGO there in 1996. Perhaps 1999 was the year it became an 11 screen.
Closed August 2014.
This theatre currently goes by ‘CineArts At The Empire’.
This theatre is located in North Hollywood CA, not Los Angeles CA.
Stadium seating retrofit debut date = 06/26/98
One auditorium was converted to “Cinemark XD” in the fall of 2012.
One auditorium was converted to “Cinemark XD” in Fall 2012.
I believe this location was originally a 12 screen, with two more screens added later.
This theatre has been rebranded and is now known as “Cinemark 20 and XD.”
This location was originally built and operated by Marquee Cinemas.