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Correct me if I’m wrong, but weren’t there more photos of this theater on its Cinematour page, or were they removed?
I should add that sometime over the last couple years, this theater has been demolished.
And yet I wonder which two theaters they kept intact… Hopefully the two largest houses (7 & 8).
Seating capacities at this theater (via Fandango’s reserved seating service):
New seating capacities at this theater, following the installation of recliners:
Looks like the theater was demolished sometime last year.
The theater still has its original seating and not recliners, most likely due to the fact that this is one of Regal’s top performing theaters and they wouldn’t want to risk a major capacity drop for this location.
That being said, the nearby West Town Mall 9 does have recliners, which were installed in 2018 as part of its Cinebarre makeover.
UPDATE: Theater #10 has been converted to a ScreenX theater, while #12 has been converted to a 4DX theater, knocking that capacity down from 296 to 140.
Seating capacities at this theater, following the installation of recliners in 2017:
Seating capacities at this theater, following the installation of recliners:
New seating capacties following a massive Cineworld-style makeover:
Technically, this would be a 21-screener now, as Theater #10 has been gutted and converted into an open arcade space.
Looks like this theater was demolished sometime between 2006 and 2009, according to historicaerials.com
Seating capacities at this theater:
North 6 Wing:
East 6 Wing:
Theater #18 (174 seats)
UPDATE: Theater 6 has been converted into a Dolby Cinema (around 2019 or so), knocking the capacity down from 473 to 300.
UPDATE: The largest auditorium here (Theater 6) has been upgraded to Dolby Cinema. Not exactly sure when the upgrade took place, though.