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Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker opened here in 12/20/19. I believe it is the first Star Wars film to play here. 2 ROCKY films played here: ROCKY II (Budco Midtown) and ROCKY BALBOA (Prince Music Theatre)
I saw Jumanji 3 there yesterday in the Prime (#5) and it was excellent.
There is new Blue interior lights in the Dolby Cinema. There are pic in the picture section.
Left side, towards the entrance to the auditorium, both on the main lobby and mezzanine level.
This theatre was never part of Budco or AMC. This was opened by United Artists Theatres
This is not the RKO Stanley Warner’s Broadway Theatre, at Broad & Snyder
The AMC New Brunswick 18 and AMC Cherry Hill 24 Theatres are getting the Laser IMAX. Both are currently being renovated for it.
That red design marquee is covering the marquee that William Goldman Theatres put up when the renovated the Karlton into the Midtown.
AMC New Brunswick 18’s IMAX Theatre is being renovated to recliners, and possibly Laser IMAX. So is AMC Cherry Hill 24.
AMC Cherry Hill 24’s IMAX Theatre is being renovated to recliners, and possibly Laser IMAX. So is AMC New Brunswick 18.
There is new exterior signage on the former Sears side that is “Dolby Cinema” and “IMAX” with “AMC” above it. The Boscov’s dide and back of theatre still has “AMC 24” signage.
Theatre #12 still has is side masking curtains working.
Popcorn bag with new Regal logo. Sida cup with old REG logo
Warrington Crossing 22’s Theatre #13 is now the 4DX Theatre with 140 seats & 4 4 Wheelchair spaces
The 4DX screen opened at King of Prussia with the opening of Avengers: Endgame
Theatres #15 to #18 are being converted into Dine-In, and Dine-In #19 and 20 are being renovated.
kencmcintyre, The Lits Camden closed in 1972; Lits Trenton closed in the early 1970’s.
The York 4 Theatre ends at the Drive-In area
The 3rd Screen section has been demolished back for store space.
The front part was rebuilt after the fire, and now occupied by Panera Bread.
The original auditorium is still there, occupied by Main Line CrossFit.
Was the Hippodrome Theatre later renamed to Towne Theatre by William Goldman Theatres?
At Neshaminy, it was the conversion of Theatre #24 to Dolby Cinema, and the addition of recliners and new decor in the IMAX Theatre
On AMC’s website, Theatres #1 & 6 now has 103 seats (including the 2 Wheelchair spots), and the other 4 has 48 seats (including Wheelchair spots)
From what I viewed on Historical Aerial’s website, the Famous Footwear, Carter’s, and Five Below were built right in front of the old Loews Nassau Quad entrance, probally right around the same time the theatre went from a 6-Plex into a 10-plex
This theatre is now AMC Woodhaven Village 10 Theatre: https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-theatres/detroit/amc-woodhaven-village-10
Theatre is back to being a 15-plex, according to AMC’s website