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The UA Marley Station 8 in Glen Burnie, Maryland closed after the last movie played on Thursday, February 20, 2014.
An article published recently in the Maryland Gazette did not provide anything more than a confirmation of the theater's closing, and a little teaser about the future of a movie theater for the area:
The movie theater at Marley Station mall in Glen Burnie closed down after its final showing Thursday.
Mall spokeswoman Marianne Ortiz declined to say why Regal Cinemas shut down, but said an "exciting announcement" was coming in the next few weeks.
Regal Cinemas was no longer listed in the store's online directory, and no showtimes were listed on Regal Entertainment Group's website and other reservation websites on Friday afternoon. Officials with the company could not be reached for comment.
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The theater opened in June 1987 as an eight-screen location under the ownership of United Artists Theaters. The company ended up in the hands of Regal Entertainment Group in 1992, and "UA" became one of that company's brand names.
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