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Regal Entertainment Group announced today that the Westchester Commons Stadium 16 in Midlothian, Virginia will celebrate its Grand Opening on Friday, April 17.
The 16-screen location will feature stadium seating and high-back rocking chairs with cupholder armrests that can be moved out of the way to seat two. A 3D digital projection system will enable the Westchester Commons Stadium 16 to play upcoming 3D movies, including Up in Disney Digital 3D and Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs 3D.
"Regal Entertainment Group is proud to open our newest entertainment destination in Westchester Commons. Our state-of-the-art movie theatre will be a terrific addition to this rapidly expanding area," stated Dick Westerling, Regal Entertainment Group Senior Vice President of Marketing and Advertising. "We are committed to serving moviegoers in the Richmond area, and the new Regal Westchester Commons Stadium 16 will certainly impress our loyal patrons."
Moviegoers will be able to enjoy free popcorn and soft drinks with each paid admission from April 17 - 26, and free T-shirt will be handed out with the first 100 tickets sold each day at the box office April 17 - 19.
Preview events will be held previous to the Grand Opening. The public is invited and the events will feature $1 movies, $1 popcorn and $1 soft drinks with proceeds benefiting local charities.
Monday, April 13: "Regal’s Popcorn Pep Rally"
Proceeds to benefit Area High Schools
Tuesday, April 14: "Reading, Writing & Regal"
Proceeds to benefit Salvation Army
Wednesday, April 15: "NBC12 Day at the Movies"
Proceeds to benefit Central Virginia Food Bank
Admission on April 15th will be $1 or free with a donation of two (2) canned food items.
Movies & Showtimes
Monday 4/13, Tuesday 4/14 & Wednesday 4/15
|Bedtime Stories||PG||11:20 AM||2:50 PM||6:10 PM||9:15 PM|
|The Curious Case of Benjamin Button||PG13||11:30 AM||3:00 PM||6:30 PM||10:00 PM|
|High School Musical 3: Senior Year||G||12:20 PM||3:50 PM||7:20 PM||9:50 PM|
|Hotel For Dogs||PG||1:00 PM||4:30 PM||7:30 PM||9:45 PM|
|Iron Man||PG13||11:40 AM||3:10 PM||6:40 PM||9:35 PM|
|Kung Fu Panda||PG||12:55 PM||4:25 PM||8:15 PM||10:35 PM|
|Madagascar 2: Escape to Africa||PG||1:10 PM||4:40 PM||8:20 PM||10:30 PM|
|Madea Goes to Jail||PG13||11:50 AM||3:20 PM||7:50 PM||10:45 PM|
|Marley and Me||PG||12:00 PM||3:30 PM||7:40 PM||10:40 PM|
|Paul Blart: Mall Cop||PG||1:30 PM||5:00 PM||8:00 PM||10:15 PM|
|The Pink Panther 2||PG||1:20 PM||4:50 PM||8:10 PM||10:25 PM|
|Taken||PG13||12:30 PM||4:00 PM||7:00 PM||9:30 PM|
|Twilight||PG13||12:50 PM||4:20 PM||7:10 PM||10:05 PM|
Monday 4/13 Only "Regal's Popcorn Pep Rally"
|Mean Girls||PG13||12:10 PM||3:40 PM||6:20 PM||9:10 PM|
|Napoleon Dynamite||PG||12:40 PM||4:10 PM||6:50 PM||9:20 PM|
|She's All That||PG13||12:05 PM||3:35 PM||7:15 PM||10:20 PM|
Tuesday 4/14 Only "Reading, Writing & Regal"
|Inkheart||PG||12:40 PM||4:10 PM||6:50 PM||9:20 PM|
|The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian||PG||12:05 PM||3:35 PM||7:15 PM||10:20 PM|
|Tale of Despereaux||G||12:10 PM||3:40 PM||6:20 PM||9:10 PM|
Wednesday 4/15 Only "NBC12 Day at the Movies"
|Coraline||PG||12:40 PM||4:10 PM||6:50 PM||9:20 PM|
|Daddy Day Camp||PG||12:05 PM||3:35 PM||7:15 PM||10:20 PM|
|Surf's Up||PG||12:10 PM||3:40 PM||6:20 PM||9:10 PM|
The press release states that Regal is largest and most geographically diverse theatre circuit in the United States, with 6,782 screens in 550 theatres in 39 states.
Westchester Commons is a retail center built upon what appears to have been 128 acres of trees (see the satellite image in the map above). It is part of the 640 acre Watkins Centre project. Swapping 640 acres of wooded land with asphalt parking lots and buildings doesn't seem to be very "green," but perhaps some of the stores will sell copies of Planet Earth on DVD so people can see what forests with trees really look like... I found a news article that mentions that officials say the entire project will generate $11 million annually in property and sales taxes. Hopefully, they save some of that for stormwater treatment, pollution abatement, and health care for local residents!
Source: Regal Entertainment Group Press Release
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