CJ 4DPlex has announced that the latest round of 4DX screens in Regal theatres in the U.S. will have opened across five cities by the end of April. The openings will bring the current count of Regal 4DX theaters to 17.
Samsung and Harman have installed one of the world’s largest Onyx Cinema LED screens in India’s tech capital Bengaluru at the iconic Swagath Cinemas, which will now be rechristened Swagath Onyx Theatre. The screen measures 14 meters. Globally, there are only two other 14-meter Onyx Cinema LED screens installed to date, in Malaysia and China.
Edge Content & Technology, one of Australia’s leading cinema technology integrators, has acquired 52 Christie RealLaser CP4325-RGB cinema projectors illumination for deployment into theatres.
Barco and Imax have renewed their partnership for the development of projectors for the Imax with Laser brand. The partnership began in 2012.
PIX today announced that it had reached an agreement to acquire London-based Codex, in a move that will enable PIX and Codex to deliver a range of new products and services, including streamlined camera capture to post-production finishing. Serving complementary roles in the production process, both PIX and Codex share an approach to delivering high-end streamline solutions that keep pace with the industry’s rapidly evolving needs.
Honduran cinema chain Metrocinemas has chosen Christie RGB pure laser projectors and Christie Vive Audio for its new Metrocinemas Megamall multiplex. The multiplex is set to be the first in Central America equipped entirely with RGB laser projectors.
With just a few days left before the year’s most anticipated film hits theatres, Fandango is reporting that more than 4,000 Avengers: Endgame showtimes have already sold out at theatres across the country – from big cities to small towns, from Hilo, Hawaii to Newington, New Hampshire. The nation’s theatre chains are constantly posting new showtimes and adding new screens for Endgame on Fandango to meet the fan demand.
B&B Theatres has opened another MX4D auditorium, bringing the theatre chain’s total to six. “Our continued partnership with MediaMation proves our belief in MX4D,” said Brock Bagby, executive vice president of B&B Theatres. Situated on the Kansas/Missouri state line, Overland Park is the second largest city in Kansas with nearly 200,000 residents. The theatre also has the ability to draw from the nearby Kansas City metropolitan area, which boasts almost 500,000 peoples.
The Cinema Advertising Council today announced that 2018 revenue among CAC members reached $781,190,000, surpassing $750 million for the third year in a row. This marks the fourth year in a row of national and regional revenue growth.
CJ CGV announced today that it will open its third U.S. location at 1000 Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco, California in early 2020. Strategically located in Downtown San Francisco, near the Civic Center and Union Square, one of the most visited tourist attractions in the nation, the new theatre will feature 14 screens and 2,217 seats.