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The Bellingham Herald published an article today announcing that a new 16-screen Regal Cinema will be built in the Barkley Village development of Bellingham, Washington. The new theater will be called the Regal Barkley Village Stadium 16 & IMAX:
Construction of the 68,000-square-foot facility is scheduled to begin next spring, with the theater opening in the first half of 2012, said Jeff Kochman, president of Barkley Company, which is developing the theater and surrounding property.
The movie theater is about the size of the Barkley Haggen store and will feature 3,200 stadium seats and Regal's RealD 3D, which combines high-definition digital technology with 3-D images.
There will be two very large screens, along with several medium-size and smaller-size screens in the complex.
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What impact this will have on the other Regal Cinemas locations already in Bellingham is unknown. The Regal Sunset Square Cinemas 6, Regal Bellis Fair Cinemas 6, and Regal Sehome Cinemas 3 are all within about three miles of the new theater's location. Time will tell what will happen to those theaters after the new one opens.
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