Cinerama Dome Returning With New Name.

The owners of the Cinerama Dome have obtained a liquor license, moving one step closer to reopening the theater and the adjoining 14-screen multiplex in Hollywood.

The Decurion Corp, the family business that has owned the Dome since it was built in 1963,

Has kept quiet about its plans ever since shuttering the 17 locations in its Pacific Theatres and ArcLight chains and filing for bankruptcy last year.

In the bankruptcy, Decurion held onto to its most prized location the ArcLight Hollywood and the Dome.

There have been widespread rumors and reporting that the company planned to reopen the theater at some point.

On June 3, the state Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control granted a liquor license, allowing Decurion to operate a restaurant and two bars on the premises.

According to the license application, obtained by Variety, the complex will henceforth be known as “Cinerama Hollywood.”

The application does not disclose the news that fans most want to know that is, when the theater will reopen.

But it does include schematics showing that the company plans to reopen the Dome as well as all 14 screens of the former ArcLight Hollywood.

The facility has been dormant since the pandemic began more than two years ago.


Thanks For Reading!

NEXT: 3 Key Issues in Monetizing the Metaverse

Click Here