AMC Theatres’ Cherry Creek 8 might be temporarily closed till this spring because it undergoes a collection of renovations, together with the set up of latest reclining seats, on-line seat reservations and, probably, booze.
The theater, which is within the Cherry Creek Shopping Center, closed Monday. When it re-opens, it’ll have expanded meals and beverage service that might be delivered to a moviegoer’s seat. The theater can be within the technique of getting a liquor license so it may possibly promote beer, wine and cocktails.
AMC spokesman Ryan Noonan wouldn’t say what number of seats might be eliminated to make room for the brand new recliners, however he stated the variety of chairs sometimes drops by 50 to 60 % throughout this sort of renovation.
Ticket costs will doubtless change, too. Noonan stated he received’t know what’s going to occur till nearer to the theater’s re-opening, however in most cases following renovations, ticket prices change to match an elevated curiosity that comes because the theater drops its seat capability.
AMC has 15 theaters in Colorado, the overwhelming majority of that are within the Denver metro space. AMC took over the Cherry Creek theater in 2015.