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Carmike Cinemas announced plans last week to build a 12-screen movie theater at The Walk in the Tulsa Hills Development in Tulsa, Oklahoma, near Highway 75 and 81st Street.
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| The new theater will be in The Walk in Tulsa Hills development near Hwy 75 and 81st St.
The new theater will have 2,330 seats, with stadium seating, wall-to-wall screens, digital cinema projection systems with 3D technology, and at least one of their big-screen "Big D" auditoriums.
Opening is slated for "late 2011" but the plans are still pending zoning approval from local authorities, according to the press release.
Carmike President and CEO David Passman stated, “Carmike Cinemas is delighted to be coming to the Tulsa, OK market. We have found a partner who has the ability to build a new state-of-the-art entertainment complex for The Walk in the Tulsa Hills Development. In addition to the best possible moviegoing experience for the community, Carmike’s use of DIGITAL technology will also enable us to show live and recorded sporting events and concerts, with most being shown in Real-D 3-D.”
Source: Carmike Cinemas Press Release
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