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- Starplex Cinemas - East Brunswick
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The MEGA Movies at Brunswick Square in East Brunswick, New Jersey became the Starplex Cinemas - East Brunswick effective today. An article published by the New Brunswick Patch says that MEGA Movies owner Howard Grant said that the mall management would not renew his lease, and that Starplex Cinemas would be taking over the space effective today:
On Wednesday, owner Howard Grant informed the East Brunswick Patch that mall management would not be renewing its lease after almost two decades.
According to a statement from the mall’s management, Simon Property Group, Starplex Cinemas will be taking over the theater’s operation starting Thursday, May 3.
Click the Read link below to view the full article.
Posts on the MEGA Movies Facebook page stated that they weren't sure if the new operator was going to honor any current promotions or gift cards, so if you have a gift card for MEGA Movies, you'll need to contact the theater to find out more information. Sooner is probably better than later, as they will most likely be more willing to work with you on such things right after the transition has happened, rather than a month from now.
The Patch article above does mention that Starplex intends to upgrade the seating in the theater and to install Digital Cinema Projection systems in all the auditoriums.
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