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Full lobby and concession remodel – Spring 2017.
Auditorium #13 has been converted to a Cinemark XD auditorium. It features Cinemark Luxury Loungers (the other 24 auditoriums still feature standard high back rockers at present). Two other auditoriums feature D-Box seats. Alcohol sales have also been added at this location.
Features a Cinemark XD auditorium. Seating in all 16 auditoriums is presently being converted to Cinemark Luxury Loungers.
Features Cinemark Luxury Loungers in all auditoriums.
The XD auditorium features Cinemark Luxury Loungers, and two other auditoriums feature D-BOX seats.
Now featuring alcohol sales in the concession stand and Cinemark Luxury Loungers in all 16 auditoriums.
Currently being converted into a Planet Fitness.
This theatre opened in May 2007 in what used to be a Phar-Mor store. It was originally developed by Phoenix Theatres out of Knoxville, but Phoenix later severed ties with this location. It is now owned and operated solely by the mall its attached to – hence the new name.
No. The new Ashland seats are high back leather rockers. The new Hazlet seats are Cinemark Luxury Loungers.
Currently being retrofitted with Cinemark Luxury Loungers in all auditoriums
This theatre has been rebranded and is now called ‘Cinemark 20 and XD’. It is currently being retrofitted with Cinemark Luxury Loungers in all auditoriums.
This location is now closed.
Opened in 2006. Features all-you-can-eat/drink popcorn, Coke fountain drinks, and ICEEs.
Opened in October 1990.
Nope. This building started out as a 12 screener (hence the name), but the XD auditorium was later added on to one end and is a 13th auditorium. Same scenario as the Cinemarks in Pearland TX and Mansfield TX….a 12 screen complex had a 13th [XD] auditorium added on to one end of the building.
Now features Cinemark Luxury Loungers in all auditoriums.
This building is now a trampoline park.
This is the original color scheme of the new ‘Tinseltown’ section of the building circa 1997.
Features Cinemark Luxury Loungers in all auditoriums
Cinemark operated this location as a first-run for several years before converting it over to second run.