MovieMax has opened a seven-screen multiplex in Hyderabad, India. By opening two multiplexes back-to-back in Bikaner and Hyderabad, MovieMax is trying to solidify its position as a market leader.
The Grove at Wesley Chapel, Florida, part of the B&B Theatres chain, upgraded the movie theatre with a B&B Grand Screen in time to present Avatar: The Way of Water.
Havelock One has completed the interior works at Grand Cinemas' newest cineplex in Taif, Saudi Arabia. The theatre at Park Mall in Taif city marks the Grand Cinemas’ second location in the kingdom. It has 11 screens with a seating capacity ranging from 40-299, for a total seat count of 1,243 across 3,391 square feet.
Timed to the release of Avatar: The Way of Water, the Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace, one of the most beloved heritage cinemas in Australia, has installed a Christie CP4440-RGB pure laser projection system for its iconic auditorium.
CJ 4DPlex announced that 20th Century Studios, Lightstorm Entertainment and James Cameron's Avatar: The Way of Water has broken domestic opening weekend box office records for both of CJ 4DPlex's premium formats 4DX and ScreenX.
Inox Leisure has opened it latest multiplex in Vijayawada, India at the Laila Mall. The new multiplex has three auditoriums with a total of 959 seats.
BTS: Yet to Come in Cinemas will be presented by Hybe, Trafalgar Releasing, and CJ 4DPlex in theatres globally from February 1 for a limited time across more than one hundred countries and territories. The events on February 4 will be dedicated to Light Stick Screenings, where audiences can celebrate using the band's signature illuminated merchandise.
Eikona Cinema has released an automated brightness level handling feature set for its theatre management system that the company says enables films mastered for multiple brightness levels to be screened correctly in every auditorium.
As has been widely reported, AMC Entertainment Holdings has said that it is no longer in talks to acquire some theaters owned by now the bankrupt Cineworld Group following discussions with lenders.
Cinionic will install laser projection systems in Kinopolis theatres, one of the largest cinema groups in Germany. The installs are the first phase of a new project to bring laser-powered cinema to 48 Kinopolis screens across Germany by 2025, replacing Xenon projection with next-generation Barco technology from Cinionic’s all-laser portfolio.