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- Regal Louisiana Boardwalk Stadium 14
Bossier City, LA
- Regal Valley River Center Stadium 15
- UA Amarillo Star Stadium 14 & IMAX
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Regal Entertainment Group announced today that they will be adding IMAX theaters to three locations in Louisiana, Oregon, and Texas in the first quarter of 2011.
"Regal Entertainment Group and our moviegoers have embraced The IMAX Experience which transforms movies into entertainment events not to be missed," stated Greg Dunn, President and Chief Operating Officer for Regal Entertainment Group. "Our patrons thoroughly enjoy and appreciate the crystal clear images and impressive IMAX sound system. Regal is extremely proud to add IMAX to these three very popular theatres."
The new IMAX installations will be at the following locations:
- Regal Louisiana Boardwalk Stadium 14 - Bossier City, Louisiana (Shreveport)
- Regal Valley River Center Stadium 15 - Eugene, Oregon
- UA Amarillo Star 14 - Amarillo, Texas
These will be IMAX Digital installations, which utilize two digital cinema projectors to illuminate the IMAX screen, and they will be capable of 2D and 3D presentations.
The press release does not mention what the sizes of the screens will be, so it's anyone's guess if audiences will be amazed by incredible 72x53 foot screens, or less than impressed with what some have called "MinIMAX" and "LIEMAX" screens that aren't much larger than traditional movie screens that don't have the usual IMAX Experience upcharge.
Source: Regal Entertainment Group Press Release
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