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Raymond Smith Jr. has been trying for nearly two decades to make the movie industry listen to the needs of the deaf and hard of hearing. This month, the senior executive at Regal Entertainment Group will come closer to his goal. His company, the...
Company TownMovie theater stocks slide: On Tuesday, shares in Regal Entertainment and Carmike Cinemas took a hit in the wake of investor concerns about disappointing ticket sales at movie theaters....
24 FramesCarmike, the country’s fourth-largest theater chain, has had a change of heart on "Bully." It will forgo its policy of not showing unrated films, treating the documentary about bullying as it would an R-rated film....
Company TownThe ratings controversy seems to have boosted “Bully” at the box office. Lee Hirsch’s teen-bullying documentary, released in a total of five theaters in Los Angeles and New York this past weekend, grossed $115,000, according to an...
24 FramesHarvey Weinstein’s PR blitzkrieg for "Bully" may turn out to be a pivotal chapter in the battle to overhaul the Motion Picture Assn. of America's ratings system....
Company TownA year after buying the former Majestic Crest theater in Westwood, Big Foot Entertainment plans to close the historic movies house for an unspecified period of time to undergo renovations....
The Big PictureRobert Bucksbaum got to live out every film lover's dream for the past eight years, owning and operating his own movie theater, the Majestic Crest, whose marquee is something of a landmark on Westwood Boulevard here in Los Angeles. As......
VarietyContinuing to jockey for top placement in the online ticketing space, MovieTickets.com has added Carmike Cinemas to its network of theaters, marking the ticket provider's largest domestic acquisition in more than a decade, totaling north of 2,200...
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El Paso Times, TexasRiver Oaks Properties, an El Paso shopping center developer and operator, hopes to expand its already-extensive property holdings on the far East Side later this year. The company has contracts to buy about 220 acres,located at Joe Battle and Montana....
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El Paso Times, TexasCarmike Cinemas has canceled plans to build a new movie theater in far East El Paso. Officials with the Georgia company, which operates a 16-screen movie theater in Northeast El Paso, decided to cancel the project because of delays in getting water...
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The Sun NewsFestival season really goes year round on the Grand Strand, and with spring weather finally making its mark, it's time to load up your calendar. Various groups have events booked through June, leading into Independence Day, which will fill the first...
Tulsa WorldIf you've been trying to purchase advance "Iron Man 3" tickets like every other nerd in the world, you've encountered some problems. The reason why? The nation's largest theater chains including AMC, Regal and Cinemark have stopped selling tickets for...
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