Regency 8 Cinema

2448 SE Federal Highway,
Stuart, FL 34994

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Operated by: Epic Theatres

Previously operated by: Cobb Theatres, Entertainment Filmworks, Regal Entertainment Group

Functions: Movies (First Run)

Previous Names: Regency Square 8 Theatres

Phone Numbers: Box Office: 772.219.8805

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Regency 8 Cinema

The Regency Square 8 Theatres was opened by Cobb Theatres on November 28, 1986. On June 11, 1997 Cobb Theatres were taken over by Regal Cinemas. It was closed as a sub-run discount house on May 13, 2001.

On May 17, 2002 it was reopened by Entertainment Film Works, who went bust and it was then taken over by BMC Cinemas on April 4, 2003. Epic Theatres then took over.

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kieran10 on August 11, 2020 at 10:28 am

I believe this is the movie theater that is near the Treasure Coast Mall. It opened in Nov/Dec of 1986 and took a lot of business away from the theaters in PSL and Stuart (in the mall and strip mall). I thought it was in Jensen Beach, but it seems the address is Stuart. I seem to remember the building sloped upward and the theaters were on multiple “levels” (or I could be completely misremembering), because I used to do a lot of sneaking into other movies after seeing one and I recall going up some ramps.

I believe the theater opened with such movies as The Golden Child, Mosquito Coast, Little Shop of Horrors, and I also saw The Stepfather, Revenge of the Nerds II, Dirty Dancing, Adventures in Babysitting, La Bamba…

dallasmovietheaters on December 4, 2021 at 7:45 pm

Cobb Theatres opened the Regency Square 8 on November 28, 1986. Regal acquired the Cobb Theatre Circuit on June 11, 1997. It then built the Regal Treasure Coast 16 megaplex opening March 16, 1986 and downgrading its aging Regency multiplex to a sub-run discount house. Patrons were disinterested and it closed quickly thereafter on May 13, 2001.

Entertainment Film Works - the heir apparent to the Cinema ‘n" Drafthouse followed by Cinema Grill Systems Circuit of Georgia - relaunched here on May 17, 2002 with “Star Wars Episode 2.” All the EFW Theatres were closed for failure to pay leases. This one went out in style with deputies removing equipment. BMC Cinemas took over the venue on April 4, 2003 with a reopening. Epic Theatres took on the venue running it into the 2020s.

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