Regal Cinemas will be opening their newest beautifully-renovated theater in Downtown San Bernardino adjacent to the historic California Theater on June 29, 2012 with a grand opening event. A few preview events will occur on June 25, 26, 27.
This project has been a long time in the making, providing the Inland Empire a shiny new fourteen theater, state of the art movie house. The city of San Bernardino has been needing something to fill the spot left vacant by the Cinema Star. Luckily, Regal saw the potential, stepping up right in time.
The theater is a long time in the making, as Regal didn’t hold back on anything. They reportedly spent $6 million in private and public funds just to get this theater up to the highest standards. Think of the ArcLight in Hollywood, but an hour and twenty minutes closer.
[A] world-class screen presentation complemented by a unique and powerful surround sound system. RPX delivers an impressive presentation that is attractive to patrons who are seeking the highest quality environment.
So not only is Regal looking out for San Bernardino and the Inland Empire, but they’re also making sure that they’re provided with the ultimate experience they could provide.
The City of San Bernardino realized the potential and specifically developed a plan to put a new theater to get downtown bustling. Regal Entertainment Group decided that this spot would be a perfect addition to it’s many theaters operating throughout the Inland Empire in Ontario, Corona, Eastvale, and Riverside.
San Bernardino’s downtown scene is really becoming something special right now with the addition of the theater. They already made plenty of strides to get tons of great food and businesses in downtown. In addition to the historic California Theater, downtown San Bernardino can now add an up to date movie theater to its list of entertainment options.
Check out the City of San Bernardino’s downtown website for any and all updates as well as Regal’s San Bernardino info page to prepare yourself for this long-awaited entertainment option for San Bernardino City, County and the entire Inland Empire.