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The Century Boulder in Boulder, Colorado opened its doors on Friday, August 17th, 2007 for its first shows and the crowds were waiting! After a 10-month delay, the theater's 16 screens were lit up with the sights and sounds of the industry's current fare.
Boulder County's Daily Camera reports on the events of opening night:
Smelling like a new car — and fresh popcorn — theaters inside Boulder's new movie complex were running on all cylinders Friday, the first day a full schedule of flicks was shown at the long-awaited Twenty Ninth Street cinema.
Movie-preview posters glimmered on walls inside Cinemark USA Inc.'s Century Boulder theater, which opened its 16 screens to the public Friday after a 10-month delay. The first movie — "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry" — started rolling at 11:45 a.m.
Theater executives wouldn't say how many people had tickets torn on opening day. But the longer-than-expected wait for the new cinema didn't appear to hamper the enthusiasm of eager movie-goers.
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