Regal Mission Marketplace & RPX
431 College Boulevard,
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Regal Entertainment Group (Official)
Operated by: Regal Entertainment Group
Previously operated by: AMC Theatres, Carmike Cinemas, Digiplex Destinations, Luxury Theatres, Nickelodeon, UltraStar Cinemas
Functions: Movies (First Run)
Previous Names: Nickelodeon Mission Marketplace 8, Ultrastar Oceanside Mission Marketplace Cinemas, Digiplex Mission Marketplace 13, AMC Classic Mission Marketplace 13
Originally opened by Nickelodeon Theatres as the Nickelodeon Mission Marketplace 8 November 8, 1991. It was expanded as a 10-screen theatre by Ultrastar Cinemas. On July 11, 1997 it was expanded to 13-screens. It was taken over by Digiplex Destinations in December 2012. By early-2017 it was operated by Carmike Cinemas. Taken over by AMC Theatres in 2017, it was closed January 15, 2018.
In April 2019 it was announced that Regal Entertainment Group have taken over the building. It reopened on November 22, 2019 as Regal Mission Marketplace & RPX
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Digiplex Destinations acquired the Ultra Star Mission Marketplace Cinemas in December, 2012.
That will make Regal the seventh operator. Theatre was operated by, I believe in this order:
Nickelodeon Theatres CinemaStar Luxury Theatres UltraStar Cinemas Digiplex Destinations Carmike Cinemas AMC Theatres
Grand opening ad from November 8th, 1991
Nickelodeon Mission Marketplace 8 opening Fri, Nov 8, 1991 – 66 · North County Times (Oceanside, California) · Newspapers.com
This expanded to 13 screens on July 11th, 1997. I found no grand opening ad for this date.
It opened and an 8 plex and then expanded tona 13.