4 south Montgomery County movie theaters that opened in 2019 or are coming soon

Cinepolis opened in November in Creekside Park. (Andrew Christman/Community Impact Newspaper)
Cinepolis opened in November in Creekside Park. (Andrew Christman/Community Impact Newspaper)

Cinepolis opened in November in Creekside Park. (Andrew Christman/Community Impact Newspaper)

Four new places to see movies have opened or are coming soon in south Montgomery County, including three with dining options.

1. AMC MetroPark Square 10, located at MetroPark Square on I-45, opened March 1 in Shenandoah. The theater is the first new AMC location in the Houston area in more than 20 years. The theater features power recliners, an expanded menu and the AMC MacGuffins adult beverage concept. www.amctheatres.com

2. Cinépolis, a luxury theater and restaurant, opened its newest location at 26543 Kuykendahl Road, The Woodlands, in November. The theater is Cinépolis' seventh location in Texas. Cinépolis offers a scratch kitchen for guests to order when they enter the door, a full-service bar and 11 theaters ranging in capacity from 40-165 leather reclining seats. 346-246-7177.

www.cinepolisusa.com

3. Work is progressing on the construction of a Regal Theater near Birnham Woods Drive and the Grand Parkway. Crews on-site said the building is anticipated to open by late 2020, and information from developer J. Beard Real Estate Co. states the complex around the theater will open in the first quarter of 2020. www.regmovies.com

4. Star Cinema Grill, a Houston-based dine-in theater, opened Sept. 20 in Springwoods Village's CityPlace, 1495 Lake Plaza Drive, Spring. The theater has 1,200 seats and 10 screens as well as a boutique auditorium, a bar and a dining menu. 713-383-7827.

www.starcinemagrill.net



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This article ran in the January 2020 edition of The Woodlands. Read the full e-edition here.

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