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Old 05-12-2022, 07:40 PM   #2781
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This has been discussed here before.

Looks like its is finally happening.
Licensed Merchandise to Premiere at Theaters This Fall

https://licensinginternational.org/n...eid=68eaa35ca8
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This has been discussed here before.

Looks like its is finally happening.
Licensed Merchandise to Premiere at Theaters This Fall

https://licensinginternational.org/n...eid=68eaa35ca8
So now people will be able to buy AMC popcorn at the corner store and sneak it into the theater?
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Old 05-17-2022, 06:51 PM   #2783
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Netflix Lays Off Estimated 150 Staffers In New Round of Layoffs
The majority of the cuts were made in the U.S.

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/bu...4c9ce9541f3e30
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Old 05-17-2022, 06:57 PM   #2784
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Netflix Lays Off Estimated 150 Staffers In New Round of Layoffs
The majority of the cuts were made in the U.S.

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/bu...4c9ce9541f3e30
What does this have to do with movie theaters? Netflix now rarely allows theatrical showings of their movies. Only a very tiny select few now.
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Old 05-17-2022, 07:08 PM   #2785
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What does this have to do with movie theaters? Netflix now rarely allows theatrical showings of their movies. Only a very tiny select few now.
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Default Landmark Theatres to close Pico location in latest blow to L.A. cinephiles

This is a bummer.

Landmark Theatres to close Pico location in latest blow to L.A. cinephiles

Specialty cinema chain Landmark Theatres is shutting down its flagship Westside location on Pico Boulevard after 15 years, in the latest major blow to Los Angeles cinephiles.

The L.A.-based exhibitor said Wednesday that the theater, frequented by movie lovers and known for hosting Q&A screenings with top-tier filmmakers, will close when its lease expires at the end of May. The announcement comes after the company failed to reach terms with its landlord, Landmark President Kevin Holloway said in a statement.

Located in the Westside Pavilion, the Landmark Pico location, typically referred to simply as the Landmark, long served as a destination for Westside arthouse film buffs. If a new film played in one theater in L.A., chances were it played at the Landmark.

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This place was amazing. Tucked away in the Westside Pavilion, a lot of people didn't even know it was there.

Incidentally, this is the same mall where Tom Petty shot most of the interiors for the
video.

I really hope they don't close the AMC Century City or I might have to have a funeral.
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Old 05-17-2022, 07:22 PM   #2787
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This is a bummer.

Landmark Theatres to close Pico location in latest blow to L.A. cinephiles

Specialty cinema chain Landmark Theatres is shutting down its flagship Westside location on Pico Boulevard after 15 years, in the latest major blow to Los Angeles cinephiles.

The L.A.-based exhibitor said Wednesday that the theater, frequented by movie lovers and known for hosting Q&A screenings with top-tier filmmakers, will close when its lease expires at the end of May. The announcement comes after the company failed to reach terms with its landlord, Landmark President Kevin Holloway said in a statement.

Located in the Westside Pavilion, the Landmark Pico location, typically referred to simply as the Landmark, long served as a destination for Westside arthouse film buffs. If a new film played in one theater in L.A., chances were it played at the Landmark.

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This place was amazing. Tucked away in the Westside Pavilion, a lot of people didn't even know it was there.

Incidentally, this is the same mall where Tom Petty shot most of the interiors for the Free Fallin' video.

I really hope they don't close the AMC Century City or I might have to have a funeral.
I was going to say are they selling to AMC.
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Old 05-17-2022, 07:35 PM   #2788
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I was going to say are they selling to AMC.
They seem to be on a buying spree.

I wish they would buy that Landmark. It would be better than nothing.
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They seem to be on a buying spree.

I wish they would buy that Landmark. It would be better than nothing.
Thankfully a local chain, Star Cinema Grill, leased our closed Landmark location. They said they would keep it as a showcase for independent cinema.

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Thankfully a local chain, Star Cinema Grill, leased our closed Landmark location. They said they would keep it as a showcase for independent cinema.
Lucky!! That is great news.

Checked out their site. Looks like it was an amazing place to have locally.
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Lucky!! That is great news.

Checked out their site. Looks like it was an amazing place to have locally.
Yeah, it's been there since the 1930s and is the only dedicated indie theater in the area.
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Old 05-17-2022, 09:25 PM   #2792
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Here in metro Detroit, our Landmark suffered the same fate. "Couldn't reach a lease agreement with the landlord." They were located on a main street, in a hip and affluent city (Royal Oak). Several years before the pandemic, a local multiplex chain (Emagine) opened directly behind them, with 12 screens and 16 lanes of bowling. That made parking (which was already at a premium) fun. They never reopened after covid. I imagine the landlord just jacked up the price, knowing they could get an upscale restaurant, bar, or apartments instead.

We had a lot of good memories there, including seeing The Evil Dead w/ Bruce Campbell and the rest of the cast, The Room with Tommy Wiseau (twice), The Blair Witch Project before it blew up, and many cult and classic faves at their midnight movie series. And that's in addition to the arthouse fare that other theaters played little of.
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