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I was using the current seating chart that is on line. I have not been in this screen yet.
Current screen totals. I am assuming the theaters have been reseated with recliners.
1 - 69; 2 - 68; 3 - 63; 4 - 50; 5 - 166; 6 - 95; 7 - 104; 8 - 87; 9 - 79; 10 - 182; 11 - 74; 12 - 52; 13(IMAX) - 216; 14 - 93; 15 - 101.
Theater is currently operation on “winter hours”, Thursday - Sunday & Holidays.
Not what we needed in the area is another supermarket especially a ShopRite.
The area needs another movie theater.
Photos of the completed rebuild post fire.
Just the IMAX theater is going to be demolished. Because of the location of the theater to the old railroad bridge that will be replaced. Plans call for a new theater to be built on the other side of the museum.
Some of the AMC theaters are only open Friday, Saturday & Sunday.
Here is a recent article about the renovation plans.
Carrol’s Dutchess Cinema located in the Town of Poughkeepsie. The Movies 4 Fishkill was located in the Dutchess Mall in Fishkill south of I -84. These were totally different theaters,
Too bad. It was one of the few theaters in the area that showed independent and foreign films.
According to NY Times TimeMachine, 42 years ago Grease was playing in Cinema 1 and An Unmarried Woman was showing in Cinema 2.
Lil'i Abner was released in 1959.
There are 3 screens seating 77/23/30.
Here is an article about the theater, part of it has been re-purposed as condos. The theater building itself was not demolished.
Jumped the gun a bit. Theater closed on Monday November 11th. It is a nice space. Hope someone else takes it over. Lowering the admission price a bit would be good.
Actually Long Shot and The Intruder are alternating screenings in Theater 1 and 4 with The Avengers 10:00 AM show in Theater 1. Info obtained from Fandango.
Krakatoa East of Java opened on Wednesday June 26, 1969 at the Cinerama in Manhattan. I checked the opening add using NewYork Times Time Machine. Nothing is mentioned concerning reserved seats or reserved performances. There were 4 shows daily at 11:30 AM, 2:30, 5:30 & 8:30 PM. Extra performance on Friday & Saturday at 11:30 PM.
Grand opening Friday April 19th 2019.
Isn’t the Union Square under going renovation. It looks like only 7 screens are open at this time.
Thanks for the correction. I did use the Regal site. Even still the theater seat count seems low for Manhattan. Curious if the theater will attract larger attendance than the Regal Battery Park. When I lived in Manhattan that was my theater of choice even though it was out of my way. I would stay clear of the Times Square theaters as well as the 34th Street (I lived on 30th & 9th before Hudson Yards made the neighborhood too expensive) and the Kips Bay which both seem to attract the bridge and tunnel crowd.
My seat count on the RPX Screen 12 is incorrect. This screen has 144 seats. There are 7 rows total with 6 of those rows with 21 seats. Sorry for the erroneous information in the previous post.
The seat count for the theaters (included handicap spots}:
12. 75 RPX
From the seating chart, the theaters are all wider than long.
Now operated by Flagship Cinemas. This location reopened late 2018.
“Heaven’s Gate” played for 7 days, then was replaced by “Apocalypse Now” as a re-release. This must of left the management scurrying to find a holiday replacement for one of the premiere theaters on the East Side.
“Heaven’s Gate” had it’s World Premiere at the CINEMA I. Now can be found under City Cinemas Cinema 1, 2 & 3.
Both 2001: A Space Odyssey and The Dark Knight are playing for another week.
The restored print is showing at the AMC Empire on 42nd Street. I myself an seeing it at the Regal New Roc Center in New Rochelle on a true IMAX screen.