“We are thrilled that Star Cinema Grill and the wonderful people that work for this company will have the opportunity to be part of a growing, premiere, international cinema operator such as CMX, that holds itself to the same high standards as we do,” said Omar Khan, Star Cinema Grill president and chief executive officer, in a statement.
The acquisition will position CMX Cinemas to become the seventh-largest movie theater chain in the U.S., 51 theaters and 504 screens across 13 states, the release states.
This move comes just after CMS Cinemas’ recent acquisition of Cobb Theatres.
“The acquisition creates a perfect fit for CMX due to our shared vision with Star Cinema Grill to provide an exceptional guest experience,” Cinemex and CMX CEO Rogelio Velez said in a statement. “We thank Star Cinema Grill for its continued support during this process, and in turn, CMX reiterates the commitment to offer the best service to all our guests.”
The Spring-area theaters affected by the acquisition include one in Vintage Park, located at 114 Vintage Park Blvd., Bldg. H, Ste. J, Houston, and another in Springwoods Village, located at 1495 Lake Plaza Drive, Spring. 713-715-4707 (Vintage Park). 832-953-7827 (Springwoods Village). www.starcinemagrill.net