Samsung Electronics and Odeon Multicines in Leganés, Madrid today unveiled the first Onyx LED cinema screen cinema in Spain.
Atlas Cinemas’ EastGate location in Cleveland, Ohio recently upgraded its seating with 723 recliners from Atom Seating. Atom Seating, the cinema seating division of Spaces & Between supplied one of its leading models, the Helium Mini, which the company says is known for its ergonomic cushioning that is comfortable and long lasting.
Paramount Pictures is releasing upcoming feature films Wonder Park and Pet Sematary in the immersive, multi-sensory 4DX format from CJ 4DPlex. The companies also announced plans to release additional titles together later in 2019.
Online ticket purchases increased by nearly nineteen percent last year while in theatre ticket purchasing dropped by more than five percent, according to a study released by Webedia Movies Pro and Vertigo Research.
MoviePass, the self-described future of moviegoing, seems to be a thing of the past, at least as we’ve come to know it. Fortune Magazine reported today that the company, which has been hurt by heavy financial losses, is retooling its strategy again.
Mexican movie chain Cinépolis plans to expand across the Arab Gulf States this year, with new cinemas set to open in the United Arab Emirate, Saudi Arabia and Oman. The publication TradeArabia first reported the deal.
Wanda Cinemas, China’s largest film distributor and cinema operator, recently partnered with Samsung and Harman Professional Solutions to create the world’s first Onyx all-LED screen cinema multiplex.
Showtime Cinemas, Taiwan, is automating their content management using Arts Alliance Media’s Screenwriter theatre management system. Local integrator Dacoms Technology is handling the installation.
National CineMedia and Marcus Theatres have entered into a long-term cinema advertising affiliate partnership agreement for Movie Tavern by Marcus Theatres, with 22 dine-in theatre locations and 208 screens in the nine states of Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Virginia.
As acquisition and consolidation activity takes hold of the cinema exhibition sector, 31 percent of new screen growth still comes from building new cinemas and screens, according to new research from business information provider IHS Markit. In fact, when the record-breaking acquisition of 7,400 screens from Regal by Cineworld is not included in the total, that percentage share rises to 77 percent.