Regal Fenway Stadium 11
201 Brookline Avenue,
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Previously operated by: AMC Theatres, General Cinema Corp., Regal Entertainment Group
Previous Names: General Cinema Fenway 13, AMC Fenway 13, Regal Fenway Stadium 13
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News About This Theater
- Sep 19, 2006 — Fenway 13 goes to Regal
- Dec 23, 2005 — Loews and AMC to Sell 10 Theaters
The first movie theatre built in Boston since 1984, General Cinema’s Fenway 13 complex opened June 23, 2000, finally bringing stadium seating and digital sound systems to the city. It had a total seating capacity for 3,100.
The two largest screens, 62 and 56 feet wide, are known as the “Screen Monsters” because of the theater’s proximity to Fenway Park. They are the first large screens in Boston since the Charles closed in 1994.
The theatre is part of the Landmark Center, a 1928 Art-Deco style Sears catalog sales and distribution center which has been recycled into retail and office space.
Less than four months after opening this theatre, General Cinema went bankrupt. In 2002, AMC acquired General Cinema, including this theatre.
An anti-trust agreement with the state and federal governments required AMC to sell this theatre after acquiring the Loews Cineplex chain. It became a Regal cinema on September 15, 2006. With the introduction of recliner seats in the early 2020’s, the total seating capacity has been reduced to 808 and two of the largest screens have been closed. The Regal Fenway Stadium 11 was closed on February 12, 2023.
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This opened on June 23rd, 2000. Grand opening ad in the photo section.
The two largest screens 12 and 13 are not reserved seating. THE RPX theatre did not get the Regal Buttkicking Recliners.
Construction has started on a large new theater very close to the Regal Fenway. It’s the “MGM Music Hall”; will be operated by Live Nation and is very close to the Fenway Park Red Sox stadium. They give a capacity of “5400” but I don’t know if that’s 5400 seats or a combination of seats in the two large balconies plus standing spaces on the main floor. Live Nation also has the big new Oakdale Theatre on the outskirts of Wallingford CT.
Please update, 808 seats and 11 screens and rename Regal Fenway 11 and the two monster screens are not part of the movie theatre anymore. Only the 11 screens that got recliners a couple of years ago is still open. The two big houses wich one included RPX was given back to the landlord when the new owners are building new property. The Boston Globe article is https://www.bostonglobe.com/2021/01/06/business/developer-buying-fenways-landmark-center-152b-deal/
It’s a shame the two best auditoriums with big screen are gone. Photos in the photo section. Guess that the reason recliners never were installed in theatres 12 and 13
Late last fall, I was present at both showings of the 60th Anniversary screenings of the old, original 1961 film version of West Side Story at the Regal Cinema Fenway here in Boston, MA, both with friends, and solo. The print was absolutely pristine, without a scratch or any other flaw anywhere on it, and the soundtrack was totally stellar, as well. My friends and I had a stellar evening! This is a movie that I truly savor and enjoy seeing both with or without others, especially because I end up sharing this special experience with other people, whether I know them or not, plus the old, original 1961 film version of West Side Story is my all time favorite movie, hands down.
The venue has made the latest Regal closure list; no firm closing date is associated with that.
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This place lost its RPX house in 2019.
At the same time that this may be closing, Alamo Drafthouse plans to reopen the Icon Showplace cinema in the Seaport, and AMC plans to reopen the Arclight cinema at North Station.
Go by this place all of the time so kind of sad it’s closing but also the AMC shows so much more stuff that I never even consider seeing things there.
Regal Fenway closed as of today, according to Regal’s website (as well as someone who got an email canceling his tickets for today)