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Corona, CA: Krikorian Theatres 15 At Dos Lagos Closes Unexpectedly

Posted on Tuesday, July 13th, 2010 2:27 PM by Scott Jentsch

The Krikorian Theatres 15 At Dos Lagos in Corona, California closed without notice yesterday, leaving moviegoers wondering what happened, and theater management was tight-lipped about it as well. A reporter from the Press-Enterprise in Corona was not able to get much information for her article about the closure:

The Krikorian Theatres 15 at Dos Lagos has closed, leaving the fate of the cavernous space at the edge of The Promenade Shops at Dos Lagos unclear.

The theater was closed for business Monday afternoon, and workers outside were in the process of removing signs from the main building and the box office outside. The large "Krikorian" sign already had been taken down from above the theater entrance, and a handwritten sign on one of the glass doors to the lobby read, "Closed 4 Good."

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Inside the theater, a manager declined to comment on the closing.

Nikki Kealalio, marketing director for Torrance-based Krikorian Premiere Theatres, said, unlike other Krikorian theaters, the company only managed the Dos Lagos location and did not own it. She referred other questions to a vice president of operations. Efforts to reach the executive Monday afternoon were unsuccessful.

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For moviegoers in the area, the closest movie theater is now the Edwards Corona Crossings Stadium 18 at 2650 Tuscany Street.



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Jul 21, 2010 - BigScreen Reader  

They should turn this theater into a dollar theater that shows slightly older releases for cheaper prices. it would bring in a crowd still, especially in an economy that would rather wait for movies to go to red box than pay $11 dollars per ticket, $8 for popcorn, $5 for candy, And $6 for a soda per trip to the nearest theater.

They had one in corona a long time ago and got rid of it. This is the time to bring it back. 

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