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Now AMC Classic Fashion Square 10.
Now AMC Cherry Blossom 14.
As of January, re-branded as AMC Bayau 15.
Now AMC Birchwood 10.
Now AMC Classic State 3.
Now AMC Classic Royal Knight 3.
Now AMC Classic Plaza 8.
Now AMC Classics Big Rapids 4.
It’s a cool idea, although it makes me sad so many drive in theatres are gone forever. Maybe if this succeeds this will convince people with enough money that drive ins can be viable, and others to open or reopen. Sounds like a cool concept, although it may be too expensive to build more.
This theatre was originally known as the Broadway Twin. I’m not sure when it was expanded to 5 screens, or who operated the theater before Carmike. The Yankton Mall opened in 1969, and I believe the theare opened along with the mall. The theatre is being renovated by AMC, who now owns the theatre after buying Carmike Cinemas.
Work is now under way to reopen the theatre as a non-profit.
Now it’s an AMC.
Now it has been converted to AMC, and now has a MacGuffins Bar, Coca- Cola Freestyle, more hot food, and other improvements.
Wehrenberg Theatres is now owned by Marcus Theatres, although although Wehrenberg Theatres aren’t changing names, and will not switch to Marcus' Rewards Card. With Coal Ridge 10 in Coralville and Sycmore 12 in Iowa City not far away which are also owned by Marcus, I find it strange Marcus has decided to operate them separately.
Despite what someone said above, almost nothing has changed at the theater since being converted to stadium seating in 2002, and besides stadium seating, almost nothing has changed since I started going to this theater in the late 90s. The seats are the same ones that were in the theaters before the stadium seating conversion. I assume improvements will finally be made in the next few months as a result of AMC buying Carmike.
It’s still open and still Carmike.
It closed in September 2016.
Yes it’s still open, and it’s still a Carmike/Future AMC. Click on the website link above.
Mall of America has a weird definition of closing.
Mikeoaklandpark AMC now owns Carmike, but the transformation is far from complete.
Now an AMC.
Now branded AMC.