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The Epic Theatres of West Volusia with Epic XL in Deltona, Florida will open on Wednesday, December 21, 2011, according to information posted on the web site for EPIC Theatres recently.
Rendering courtesy EPIC Theatres.
Located in the Deltona Town Center development near the intersection of I-4 and State Road 472, construction began on the theater in March 2011. An announcement by the company at the end of March predicted a December 20th opening date, so they are right on target with their plans for the project.
The new twelve-screen location is one of eight theaters owned and/or operated by EPIC Theatres in Florida, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania. It will contain two big-screen concept auditoriums that EPIC calls "Epic XL," that offer customers 69-foot wide screens and stadium-style seating for over 400 people. As is becoming the standard in the theater industry, all of the screens in the new theater will feature Digital Cinema Projection systems.
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