What happened to the Warren theater?
The theatre closed in March of 2020 due to COVID-19 and on September 5, 2020, the property was foreclosed. The theatre was offered at a sheriff’s auction sale in January of 2021. Property owner Arvest Bank contracted with Regal Entertainment to reopen the location which it did in July of 2021.
What movies are at the Warren?
Who bought Warren Theatres?
Regal Entertainment Group
The shows go on at Midwest City’s coronavirus-doomed Warren Theatre, thanks to its purchase by a chain with locations in Moore, Norman and Bartlesville. Regal Entertainment Group is buying the theater, renamed Regal Warren Midwest City, from Arvest Bank.
Does Regal own Warren?
The Midwest City Warren Theatre was owned by Bill Warren and Warren Theatres and operated by Regal Cinemas. It opened in August 2019, but closed seven months later due to the pandemic. It has remained closed since March 2020.
Why did Warren sell Regal?
Warren said in a news release he has considered other purchase offers, but opted to sell to Regal based on its commitment to maintaining high standards and customer service. “I have long been impressed with Regal’s high standards of quality showmanship and outstanding customer service.”
When was the Warren Theater built?
News About This Theater Originally opened in December 1994 with ten screens, this theater is a contemporary version of an Art Deco style movie palace, with an impressive marquee that evokes memories of classic movie houses. Its amenities include the Hollywood Canteen restaurant. It was sold to Regal in spring of 2017.
How long do movies stay in 4DX?
4DX-enhanced movies don’t feature 4DX from beginning to end “Well, it’s not that for two hours — the movie’s not that for two hours. 4DX is supposed to be in service of immersion in the story.”In Need for Speed’s case, it’s mostly reserved for action scenes.