Emagine Entertainment

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Emagine Entertainment, Inc.
Industry Entertainment (movie theaters)
Founded 1997 in Birch Run, Michigan, U.S.
Key people
Paul Glantz, (CEO)
Products Emagine Theatres, Emagine Palladium, Cinema Hollywood Theater, Clio Square Cinema
Website www.emagine-entertainment.com


Emagine Entertainment Inc. is an American movie theater chain in several cities throughout Michigan, Minnesota, and Illinois.

History[edit]

The company began in 1997, and it was first known as Cinema Hollywood, where they branched off to be known as Emagine Entertainment. Emagine offers "luxury" seating in all of their theatres, as well as reserved seats, and alcoholic beverages for adults.

In 2016, Emagine Entertainment purchased Minnesota's Muller Family Theatres, acquiring the 8 locations.

Theatres[edit]

Michigan Locations[edit]

Cinema Hollywood[edit]

Cinema Hollywood is the first movie theatre by the young movie theater chain, offering the first all stadium seating in Birch Run, MI.[1]

Emagine Novi 18[edit]

Emagine Novi 18 is the sister theatre of Cinema Hollywood located in Novi, MI. The Emagine Novi 18 is the first all digital theatre in the world. It is the first theatre in the world to feature two D-BOX motion feedback Auditoriums.[2] The Novi theatre is also home to 5th Avenue.[3]

Emagine Canton 18[edit]

Emagine Canton 18 is located in Canton, MI opened late in 2004. It is an 18-screen Megaplex with plush seats, luxury seats, and Emagine Entertainment Experience! Auditorium (E3) Emagine’s premium large-format auditoriums.[4]

Emagine Woodhaven[edit]

Emagine Woodhaven is located in Woodhaven, MI, and is one of the most recent additions to the chain followed behind Rochester Hills.[5]

Emagine Rochester Hills 10[edit]

Emagine Rochester Hills 10 Located in Rochester Hills, MI.[6]

Emagine Royal Oak 10[edit]

Emagine Royal Oak 10 is located in Royal Oak, MI, This 10 screen megaplex also hosts Star Lanes, a bowling alley and a full service bar.[7]

Emagine Saline[edit]

Located southwest of Ann Arbor, Emagine's newest multiplex opened March 18, 2017 in a space occupied by a former supermarket and features nine screens.[8]

Clio Square Cinema[edit]

The oldest and smallest theatre in the chain is the Clio (Michigan) Square Cinema, which was originally opened in 1974. During the 1980s through the 21st century, the Clio Square was part of the Neighborhood Cinema Group until closing in 2011. Later that year, Emagine Entertainment purchased and remodeled the Clio Square; the four-screen theater reopened in December of that year.[9]

Emagine Macomb[edit]

Emagine Macomb, located in Macomb Township, Michigan, opened in 2014. The theater is housed in a former Kroger, and took three-and-a-half months to be converted from a grocery store to a movie theater with nine screens.

Minnesota Locations[edit]

Emagine Lakeville[edit]

Emagine Lakeville, located in Lakeville, Minnesota.

Emagine Willow Creek[edit]

Emagine Willow Creek is located in Plymouth, Minnesota.

Emagine Rogers[edit]

Emagine Rogers is located in Rogers, Minnesota.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

Illinois Location[edit]

Emagine Frankfort is located in Frankfort, Illinois.

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1], Cinema Hollywood
  2. ^ [2], D-BOX adding technology to both Novi, Canton and Rochester Hills locations.
  3. ^ [3], Emagine Novi 18
  4. ^ [4], Emagine Canton 18
  5. ^ [5], Emagine Woodhaven
  6. ^ [6], Emagine Rochester Hills 10
  7. ^ [7], Emagine Royal Oak 10
  8. ^ http://www.mlive.com/business/ann-arbor/index.ssf/2017/03/what_to_know_about_emagine_ent.html
  9. ^ [8], Clio Square Cinema