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On June 14th, we wrote that the Rave Motion Pictures Maumee 18 in Maumee, Ohio would be closing in August or September (see Journal Article). Now, the Toledo Blade is reporting that the theater will be closing on July 11:
The two-story, 90,000-square-foot complex will close July 11, Rave Motion Pictures announced Thursday. The announcement comes six months after the Dallas-based Rave Motion Pictures bought the area's four largest theater complexes from National Amusements Inc.
Rave originally announced it would close the Maumee 18 in August or September. Jeremy Devine, Rave Motion Pictures vice president of marketing said the closing plans "crystallized" in the past few days, and the date for shutting down the theater was moved up.
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The closest theater to the Maumee 18 is the Rave Motion Pictures Fallen Timbers 14, which is located less than five miles away. That theater has already received the 3D digital projection system from the Maumee 18, which enables the Fallen Timbers 14 to play Toy Story 3 in Disney Digital 3D. The article mentions that an IMAX installation may be coming to the Fallen Timbers location in the future.
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