Regency Calabasas Cinemas
4767 Commons Way,
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Regency Theatres (Official)
Operated by: Regency Theatres
Previously operated by: Edwards Cinemas, Regal Entertainment Group
Architects: David W. Williams
Firms: F+A Architects
Functions: Movies (First Run)
Previous Names: Regal Edwards Grand Palace Stadium 6
Opened by Edwards Cinemas on December 18, 1998. It was closed on September 15, 2022 due to the Regal/Cineworld bankruptcy. It was purchased by Regency Theatres in December 2022 and reopened as Regency Calabasas Cinemas on December 25, 2022.
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here is another 2008 color photo of the 6-plex cinema can be seen here:
Here are some photos taken yesterday:
this theatre is one of the first theaters to feature ‘Auro-3D’ 11.1 sound
This theatre has always been a favorite of mine in the Valley. 2 huge auditoriums with 60 foot screens (one with Barco Auro 3d sound) and 4 nice size medium auditoriums with large screens as well. This past year I noticed every time I came here it was nearly empty. Turns out the remodeled AMC Fallbrook a few miles away with auto recliners and reserved seating has killed their business.
They are in the middle of a major renovation, adding reclining seats in all six auditoriums, reducing seating by 50%. It should be completed by November and hopefully create more traffic here. They will also have reserved seating as well. Cannot wait to check it out when done. Next time I got I will try and add pictures.
New seating capacities at this theater following the installation of Regal’s new “king-size” recliners (via Fandango’s reserved seating service):
Theater 1 – 164 seats
Theater 2 – 163 seats
Theaters 3 & 4 – 74 seats
Theaters 5 & 6 – 72 seats
This opened on December 18th, 1998. Grand opening ad in the photo section.
This location is permanently closed due to Regal’s bankruptcy. https://www.costar.com/article/691750159/us-bankruptcy-judge-grants-cineworld-access-to-less-money-than-movie-operator-wanted-as-it-explores-future
Website shows that its closed as of 9/15
Updated Photos in “Save Arclight Cinemas” twitter feed today
Came here Sat the 28th to see EEAAO in Auditorium #1. The place looks great. The new recliners are quite comfortable, and the new laser projection looks great, but the best change is the addition of screen masking as it makes a big difference in the overall presentation. No commercials, just a few trailers. Regency is really doing presentation right. Love what they did here. Hopefully people will catch on and this place will be crowded again.