Regal Crossroads Stadium 20 and IMAX
501 Caitboo Drive,
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Regal Entertainment Group (Official)
Operated by: Regal Cinemas
Previously operated by: Consolidated Theatres
Functions: Movies (Family), Movies (First Run), Movies (Independent)
Previous Names: Crossroads Stadium Cinemas
Opening on December 10, 1999, the Crossroads Stadium Cinemas became the Triangle’s first-ever megaplex theatre under Charlotte based Consolidated Theatres. All auditoriums had state of the art stadium seating with wall to wall screens equipped with full Dolby Digital DTS/SDDS sound systems. This theatre had two large concession stands ,expanded boxoffice for advanced ticket sales and upcoming attractions. In 2008, Regal Cinemas acquired the Crossroads Stadium Cinemas from Consolidated Theatres when it upgraded to digital projection in all auditoriums.
By September 10, 2010, the Crossroads Stadium Cinemas added on an IMAX Theatre for bigger presentations and special features under Regal Cinemas and was renamed the Crossroads Stadium 20 and IMAX. This theatre does tremendous business when it comes to showing some of Hollywood’s finest.
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The Crossroads Stadium IMAX Theatre opened on September 10,2010 with 360 seats.
The opening feature was “RESIDENT EVIL:AFTERLIFE”
The coming attractions were in IMAX:
“LEGEND OF THE GUARDIANS”
“PARANORMAL ACTIVITY II”
“HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATH HALLOWS:PART ONE”
The Crossroads Stadium 20 opened on December 10,1999 as the Triangle’s second megaplex cinema and the first of Cary under Charlotte-based Consolidated Theatres. The premiere attractions for the grand opening were:
–“THE GREEN MILE”-Showing on three screens in DTS
–“TOY STORY 2”-Showing on three screens
–“AMERICAN BEAUTY”-Showing on two screens
Also: “BEING JOHN MALKOVICH”,“THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH”, “END OF DAYS”, “DEUCE BIGELOW”, “HAPPY TEXAS”, “THE BONE COLLECTOR”, “MUSIC OF THE HEART”,
“DOUBLE JEOPARDY”, “THE IRON GIANT”,
COMING ATTRACTION: “BICENTENNIAL MAN”
Should be read as 21 screens with a seating capacity of 3,840
There is also a Consolidated Theatres Emergency Exit Policy Trailer which plays in this Theater after the lights dimmed
Here is the Consolidated Theatres Emergency Exit Policy Trailer what it looks like: https://youtu.be/UCsDhomMonQ