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The Times-News is reporting that a new 14-screen movie theater will be coming to the Magic Valley Mall in Twin Falls, Idaho. The Magic Valley 14 Cinemas is scheduled to open later this year, and it will replace the Interstate Amusements - Odyssey Theatre, which will close in September, according to the article.
Artist's rendering of the new Magic Valley Cinema in Twin Falls, Idaho.
"This is our first cinema complex outside of northern California," Cinema West President David Corkill told the Times-News.
The complex will feature stadium-style luxury seating, all digital projection, wall-to-wall screens and even motion seats and an online ticket service.
"We feel that the Twin Falls market is under served and there is a lot of room for improvement," Corkill said. "The amenities we’ll offer are comparable to what many people experience in larger urban settings. They are amenities that enhance the experience and what people have grown to expect and deserve."
"A minimum of four screens will be similar to IMAX screens and we can play live streaming sporting events and concert and such, in addition to 3-D," Corkill said. "We’ll also offer D-BOX, premium motion seats, that move with the movie. Users can chose the intensity of movement, from one-to-ten."
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