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Sad, the theater itself was good, but the mall was in complete disrepair by the time it closed down. Went there quite a lot before I moved.
Starting tomorrow, the theater’s closed until spring to be renovated into a new luxury Cinelux. https://pro.boxoffice.com/cinelux-theatres-gilroy-california/
It’s fully reopened now.
The theater has been renovated and the name has been changed to 3Below Theaters and Lounge. Got changed to a blend of events and film. Occasionally show first run independent films, but not nearly as much as they used to.
This theater was closed on November 15, 2012. http://mauinow.com/2012/11/19/kukui-mall-theatre-closes/
The theater has been reopened by Movie Heroes: https://movieheroes.com/showtimes/site/metro4
Also, SR Entertainment Group no longer operates it.
It is no longer going to be a movie theater, and it hasn’t been an IMAX theater for quite some time.
The theater is currently being renovated into a performing arts theater. https://www.palmspringslife.com/cathedral-city-5/
Metropolitan Theaters no longer owns it. It appears that the Santa Barbara International Film Festival currently is operating the theater.
Problem with the theater was the prices, the auditorium size, and the lack of selection. If it was priced more reasonably, a lot more people from the college five minutes away would have gone to it. And the landlord literally gave as many possible chances for Regal to stay there, it just wasn’t profitable enough in the end.
Just closed down on September 10th, 2017. Here’s an article all about it: http://www.malibutimes.com/news/article_7c20dc10-932c-11e7-9895-5bde979b1e88.html
The theater actually has 19 screens. Has one of the few genuine Imax theaters.
Currently, there are 5 screens at the theater.
As of 2016, it appears that D'Place Entertainment is currently managing the theater.
This theater closed in 2008.
The theater reopened on May 27, 2016.
I was able to find an article stating that the theater was closed February 7, 2015.
This theater closed around 2014, after the new Cineplex drove it out of business.