Magic Johnson Theatres

Magic Johnson Theatres

Magic Johnson Theatres

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Magic Johnson Theatres<!--Keep this the same as res is part of the name--> are a chain of movie theaters<!--American spelling calls for -er-->, originally developed in 1994 by Johnson Development Corporation, the business holding of basketball player-turned-entrepreneur Magic Johnson, and Sony Pictures Entertainment through a partnership with Sony-Loews Theatres. A 1998 merger between Sony-Loews and Cineplex Odeon Corporation caused Magic Theatres to become part of the new Loews Cineplex Entertainment Corp., currently one of the largest theatrical film exhibition companies in the world. Currently the chain is owned by AMC Theatres after Sony-Loews was acquired by the cinema giant in 2005.

The focus of Magic Theatres was to build first-rate multiplexes in urban communities, bringing high quality facilities and technology, as well as job development, encouraging local economic growth. While Magic Theatres are patterned after the Loews Cineplex Entertainment model, they retain the Magic name and focus on urban markets. Each complex is around with multiple concession areas, 10 to 15 screens with SDDS stereo sound, stadium seating and a capacity of 3,200 to 5,000. After building the Magic Theatre in Harlem, multiple businesses followed suit including Old Navy, Disney, and HMV.

Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Jr., is chairman of Magic Theatres and is actively involved in the management committee, strategic planning, operations and public relations.

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