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Icon Cinemas San Mateo NE is going to have it’s Grand Opening tonight on April 22nd
Is the theater still there abandoned or did some store took over?
14 not 16
Regal Santa Fe Stadium 16 is finally reopening it’s doors on March 18th
AMC just announced that this theater is closed permanently without notice
What took this theater’s place after closing?
It’s last day was on October 1, 2000. The last movies they played were Scary Movie, What Lies Beneath, and Autumn In New York.
Yeah but not permanently
This is where TikTok person Bailey use to work at between 2017-2020, he creates TikTok videos about this stories of working at this theater. His TikTok name is @movie-daddy
This is where TikTok person Bailey use to work at between 2012-2017, he creates TikTok videos about this stories of working at this theater. His TikTok name is @movie-daddy
Since Albuquerque is going to have two Icon Cinemas (the first City to have more than one Icon Cinemas), they are going to renamed this one Icon Cinemas San Mateo NE.
Since Albuquerque is now getting another Icon Cinema, they are going to renamed this one Icon Cinemas 4 Hills Village.
They demolished the building back in 2014
The last movies Rio Rancho Twin Cinema played before its closure was Snake Eyes and The Parent Trap (1998)
Silver Cinemas closed Ladera 6 Cinema on December 3, 1999 making December 2, 1999 it’s last day. The last movies they played were Blue Streak, Bats, Inspector Gadget, The Haunting, Drive Me Crazy, The Adventures of Elmo In Grouchland, Stir of Echoes, and Runaway Bride.
They closed this theater in the year 1998 in case you confused my post as it closed this year.
General Cinema closed this theater on September 25th making September 24th the last day while showing Air Bud: Golden Receiver, Ever After: A Cinderella Story, and Rush Hour. Also during the last few years of the theater existing they changed the name to General Cinema Park Square At Louisiana Boulevard I-II-III
Actual the theater’s last day was August 25th and the last movies were Independence Day and Phenomenon.
Century 14 Downtown is closing permanently due to it’s 20 Year lease is expiring. October 16, 2021 is its last day. The ‘Theatre Block, LLC’ partnership officially bought the building in March of this year, with plans to remodel it and convert it into multiple movie production studios.
This theater actually closed around November 2006. it’s been standing there 2021 when a Liquor Store brought that building.
This theater been closed since either late 2006 or early 2007
Icon Cinemas is just brought the building and expect to reopen it soon according to their site.
Flix Brewhouse Albuquerque is reopening it’s doors on September 30, 2021 after closing due to the pandemic and waiting for the state to give the theater funds.
Here’s the story: https://www.bizjournals.com/albuquerque/news/2021/09/14/icon-cinemas-to-take-over-former-movies-8.html
Icon Cinemas just brought this building and will be reopening this theater by late-November and early-December.