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According to India West,
this theater reopened on November 4, 2015 and is now called Ciné Grand Fremont 7 Phone (510) 598-4171
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Originally opened on April 4, 2008:
According to the Lexington Herald Leader, this former AmStar Cinema, (originally opened in 2006) became Movie Tavern Brannon Crossing in September of 2015. Screen count was reduced from 14 to 11.
The Lexington Herald Leader announced the closing of the Lexington Movie Tavern in September 2015. It was relocating to Brannon Crossing in Nicholasville.
Here is a rendering of the Violet Crown Charlottesville as designed by Stoneking/Von Storch Architects.
Century Point Ruston and XD was designed by The Design Collective
Now called Agawam Cinemas, it reopened on November 6, 2015, with renovations and digital projection.
Carousel Cinemas at Alamance Crossing is now listed under Southeast Cinemas
”Carouse Luxury Cinemas” is no longer linked.
The Mt. Baldy Drive-In, independently owned, opened on June 9, 1960.
On August 2, 1961, it was leased by Fox West Coast Theatres as their first Southern California drive-in. (News story in photos section). It closed in 1984.
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The Canoga Park Drive-In opened on April 13, 1960.
News story in photos.
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Movie Tavern Baton Rouge opened at this location on August 18, 2015, with the number of screens reduced from 11 to 10.
The UA Citiplace, that it replaced, opened on November 21, 1997, and was one of the first stadium-seating movie theaters in Baton Rouge.
May 25, 2001: Dickinson Theatres Central Mall 12 opens with 1,660 seats.
2010: Showplex Cinemas assumes operations.
2013-present: Now operated by Starplex Cinemas as Lawton 12.
The Sanborn Maps of 1922, 1930 and 1949 (See photo section) place the Grand Theatre at 106 E. Broadway, the current address of H&R Block. Comparing the old photo to current Google street views, the Grand and the building to the right of it have been demolished, however the second building to the right of the Grand, on the corner, remains intact.
St. Louis American
This newspaper ad for the American Theatre places it at 11 E. Main Street, the empty lot next to the Cochran building. (No North Main found).
Wentzville Historical Society Facebook
This Union Leader news story says that the theater was designed by TK architects and it opened in 2012.
The Silverspot University Place was designed by Icon Architecture
B&B Theatres closed the Liberty 12 Cinema on October 21, 2015.
B&B is planning to build a 14-screen flagship theater across the street, near Liberty High School.
B&B Theatres Closing Notice
More information from B&B Facebook
Kansas City Star
B&B Theatres reopened the former Wilcox Cinema 6 on October 8, 2015.
It is now called B&B Theatres Vicksburg Mall 6
Phone: (601) 501-4774
This theatre is called Dolphin 19 & IMAX (Opened May 25, 2001). Cobb’s other theatre at the mall is called CineBistro at Dolphin Mall (Opened 2008).
The Cinépolis Polk Co. opened on May 1, 2015 and has 8 screens with 175 seats each and the IMAX with 300 seats, which brings total seating capacity to 1,700.