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Carmike Cinemas announced this week that it is building a new 10-screen movie theater in Yulee, Florida. Construction is planned to begin on the Coastal Cinema 10 later this month.
All auditoriums in the new theater will have stadium seating with high-back rocking luxury seats with retractable armrests. One auditorium will be one of Carmike's "BigD" big screen concepts, featuring a screen measuring "almost 60 feet wide by about three stories tall" and an upgraded sound system that will have 7.1 channels at open and be upgradable to 11.1 channels in the future.
Carmike Cinemas President and CEO David Passman is quoted in the press release as saying:
We are very excited to bring this exceptional entertainment complex to Yulee, Amelia Island, Fernandina Beach and the surrounding communities while providing our valued guests with the ultimate in cinema-going entertainment. Our new location will feature large format digital presentation, bigger screens, better sound and plush seating for the definitive enjoyment of all audiences. Yulee will soon join the select list of communities in ‘Hometown America’ offering Carmike’s uniquely immersive BigD large screen presentation. As part of our focus for delivering the most immersive ‘entertainment experience’ to our guests, we plan to continue expanding the number of BigD auditoriums and premium presentation choices across our circuit.
The new theater will be located near S.R. 200 & Amelia Concourse in Yulee. The general area can be seen in the map below:
Source: Carmike Cinemas Press Release
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