New Plaza Cinema Cafe under new management already

posted by kencmcintyre on December 31, 2009 at 7:40 am

ORLANDO, FL — After opening in May 2009, following a long delay, the Plaza Cinema Cafe closed briefly while it changed management teams.

Ellis also said the new operating entity had the ability to get films from major studios such as 20th Century Fox and Disney, which in the past had not been featured at the Plaza Cinema Cafe.

Rumors of the changeover began circulating earlier today after movie-goers went to the theater and found it locked.

The 12-screen theater is one of the retail centerpieces of The Plaza, a 21-story mixed-use building completed by developer Cameron Kuhn in February 2007.

More information is found in this December 23 article in the Orlando Business Journal.

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John Fink
John Fink on December 31, 2009 at 8:12 am

This is good news, but this place has a rough start: AmStar, AMC and Rave were rumored to operate the theater while it was under construction, then it opened as an independent venue showing very few mainstream Hollywood films and even a few revival shows. The developer who was very motivated about getting a theater in there is now running the show.

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