Regal Pointe Orlando Stadium 20 & IMAX

9101 International Drive,
Orlando, FL 32819

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Jorge
Jorge on October 28, 2009 at 9:10 am

I remember a “Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland” theme at the theater that was very pleasant & soothing to the eyes. Muvico is known to have “themes” at their theaters & was wondering if the whole themeing was removed when Regal took it over! I recall seeing the 1st Charlie’s Angels movie at this theater & the “big thing” at the theater during my visit was Star Wars Episode I in IMAX, “50,000 watts of sound”, etc, etc…

I stayed at a hotel across the street from The Pointe last month & the shopping center is looking a little “dead”…lots of empty shops & not many people walking around…& this was a FRIDAY NIGHT, signs of the economy I’m sure. Wondering if the theater can stay afloat in that shopping center.

Ironmonkey
Ironmonkey on November 17, 2007 at 1:50 pm

Well Regal added back in that Imax…

Borgata
Borgata on August 21, 2007 at 7:26 pm

They’re also painting it white as part of the uglifying of Pointe Orlando.

jrout
jrout on February 14, 2007 at 2:28 pm

The Pointe 21 was purchased by Regal Entertainment Group. I think they’re refurbishing it as such.

douggie
douggie on January 3, 2007 at 5:40 am

The Imax screen was removed a few years ago.
I was visiting Orlando and emailed Muvico to find out what they were showing and got an email back saying it had been removed.

Lost Memory
Lost Memory on November 15, 2006 at 1:33 pm

Here is another photo of the Muvico Pointe Orlando 21.

Lost Memory
Lost Memory on April 2, 2006 at 8:02 am

This is a photo of the Muvico Pointe Orlando 21.

paulench
paulench on March 24, 2006 at 7:13 am

This theater used to show IMAX and 3-D IMAX. But lately I haven’t seen them advertised. Does anyone know if they still show IMAX films?

Atomguild
Atomguild on November 15, 2005 at 10:17 am

Hi there Celluloid Freak,

Muvico Pointe 21 was designed by HOK Architects (specifically by a subdivision of HOK called “Studio E” – in their Orlando office during 1996-1997). I was the site project architect during it’s construction and worked on the design construction documents prior to that for about 2 years. The Architect of Record is Foard Meriwether (he signed and sealed the construction documents but did not work on the design itself). The actual “design” was the work of several designers that were part of the Studio E guild. Unfortunately, Studio E was dissolved in 1999 at which time I switch over to HOK Aviation.

I’m glad you enjoy your experience at Muvico. It was a tremendous undertaking both professionally as well as personally with me. I still have a full set of construction documents in Orlando (I currently live in San Francisco) and can get you specific counts of the theater capacities if you are interested – I don’t recall the number off hand 3800 sound close though.

Best Regards,
Rich Pickler
HOK Architects

PS – In the architectural arena, the style would be considered more modern eclectic than Art Nouveau.

celluloid
celluloid on April 15, 2005 at 9:28 pm

Actually, the seating capacity is closer to 3800