Regal Northampton Cinema 14 & RPX
3720 Nazareth Highway,
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Regal Entertainment Group (Official)
Operated by: Regal Cinemas
Previously operated by: Magic Cinemas
Functions: Movies (First Run)
Previous Names: Magic Cinemas
Complex was opened by Magic Cinemas on October 25, 1996. It opened as a 9 screen complex with their largest theater having stadium seating. Magic Cinemas eventually sold all of their locations to Regal Cinemas, including the nearby under construction Pohatcong 12 in Phillipsburg, NJ. When Regal took over, they added 5 stadium seating theaters to the popular complex. In 2014, one of those theaters was converted to an RPX. Regal hasn’t really touched the original theaters that are now over 20 years old, possibly due to lack of competition in the area.
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This opened on October 25th, 1996. Grand opening ad in the photo section.
Currently has reserved seating in all screens.
This Theater is the only big Multiplex in Northampton county since the AMC 25th Street Cinema 4 closed it’s only competition being art house theaters like the one run by Arts quest. this has basically let to Regal not actually giving the location a full renovation just room by room ones. this is the only multiplex left in the lehigh valley to have standard floor auditoriums the only other the Tilighman Sq 8 was upgraded to all stadium style recently by AMC