In other news, two new posters went up today:
The movies listed below are just the posters. Many of these movies are coming later in the year. I will post the list of exact movies for this weekend once it’s published.
(A major thank you to Richard for all the info)
Newsday has some updates on our theater:
“The theater has been completely revamped with new digital and 3-D projectors on each of the four screens. About 436 leather, cushioned seats have been added after construction workers tore out about 100 seats to make room for the larger ones. [LINK]
The Newsday article also has a video. So brand new seats, 3-D projectors on all 4 screens? Sounds amazing! I CANNOT WAIT TO GO! It it me, or are the rows elevated giving it a stadium effect? I heard a rumor this morning how there will be some sort of Bow Tie Cinemas partnership. THIS IS A RUMOR. Bow Tie Cinemas, a family-owned company that runs theaters in areas such as Manhasset and Rosyln do show independent films, something many residents desire. I think a mix of indie and blockbuster would really work here in LB, so I hope this rumor to be true.
A big thank you to those who sent me these photos!
Take out your party hats and pop open some champagne. It’s time to celebrate one year of looking at that LOOK 4 GRAND RE OPENING sign that was placed on Long Beach Cinemas exactly one year ago today (see- LONG BEACH CINEMAS: LOOK 4 GRAND RE OPENING!!).
According to the traditional and modern anniversary gifts guideline: paper, cotton or a clock are appropriate the first year. I’m kinda hoping we’ll see a Golden Anniversary, but all claims are saying that the theater will actually reopen this Spring. Just don’t hold your breath….