Friday, February 1, 2013
Solon Cinemas will now be operated by Digiplex, which plans to install some 3D theaters in the 16-screen facility on Enterprise Drive.
With changes on the horizon for Solon's movie theater, Cleveland Cinemas is no longer involved with the theater on Enterprise Parkway, the company announced on Feb. 1. Solon Cinemas has 16 screens and has recently converted to digital screening, and will soon have 3D theaters. The beginning of February marks the beginning of Digiplex's lease to operate the movie theater on behalf of owner Davis Development Group. Digiplex plans to upgrade the theater by installing five 3D-compatible screens, according to a press release from Digiplex. The companies involved provided no timetable for when the 3D theaters are going to be ready. Cleveland Cinemas, which operates a number of area movie theaters, said on Facebook today that they no longer …
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Davis Development Group has leased Solon Cinemas to Digiplex, which plans to create five 3D-compatible screens at the theater.
Solon moviegoers, get ready for a new and improved film experience at Solon Cinemas. Davis Development Group recently announced that it has leased the theater on Enterprise Parkway to Digiplex, which plans to upgrade the theater by installing five 3D-compatible screens, according to a press release from Digiplex. The lease of the theater begins Feb. 1. The companies involved provided no timetable for when the 3D theaters are going to be ready. Financial details of the deal were not disclosed. Other changes are also coming to the theater, said Davis Development Group Vice President Paul Yusko in the news release. "We are delighted that Digiplex, a dynamic and forward-thinking leader in the theatrical exhibition space, has agreed to operate …
Friday, July 20, 2012
In the wake of the shooting tragedy in Colorado, the local movie chain says it will take "precautions to help address our patron's safety."
Cleveland Cinemas says it will "take precautions" in the wake of the tragic and horrifying shooting at a Colorado movie theater that has claimed the lives of at least 12 people and injured some 50 others. A gunman opened fire during the midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises in a suburban Denver theater, and police have arrested the suspect, James Holmes, a 24-year-old graduate student at the University of Colorado, according to the Huffington Post. Cleveland Cinemas released this statement today: Cleveland Cinemas wants to extend its sympathies to the victims in the incident at the Century Theatre in Colorado and to their families. Our thoughts are with them as they begin the difficult healing process. The safety and security of our …
Sunday, June 17, 2012
The most bizarre police reports from departments throughout Northeast Ohio.
Northeast Ohio police departments have been busy with plenty of outlandish offenses. Here are the weirdest reports of the week. All information was provided by police reports from departments in Patch communities. No mani-pedi here: Charles Swinney wouldn't take 'no' for an answer when it came to his nails. Mentor Police say the 43-year-old Cleveland man went into Asian Nails after several drinks and became irate when employees refused to give him a manicure and pedicure. He had a duffel bag with him and continually reached into it during the confrontation. That made four or five people scurry from the business. He told police getting a mani-pedi was on his "bucket list." He pleaded no contest to inducing panic and resisting arrest and was…
Saturday, May 12, 2012
You voted and told us your favorite thing to do in Solon on a day off.
Congrats to Solon Cinemas, our Readers Choice winner for best staycation idea in Solon. Thanks also to our other nominees, which included: Come back to Solon Patch Sunday to start nominating for our next category: best outdoor patio in Solon!
Friday, July 15, 2011
'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" opened at midnight in Solon to well dressed audience
The full moon shined high in the sky as Ministry of Magic representatives, Gryffindors, Slytherins and muggles alike lined up to see the final installment of the Potter saga, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" at Solon Cinemas. Although the line was long, no one apparated or used flue powder to jump the queue.
Was 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2' a fitting finale to the film franchise, or a big letdown?
Calling all Harry Potter fans... Solon Patch wants your reviews after tonight's premiere of the final movie in the Harry Potter film franchise, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 at Solon Cinemas. Was it heart wrenching? An action-packed thrill ride? Did you weep uncontrollably? Has it given you complete closure? Or did it stink worse than Plan 9 From Outer Space? Write to us with your thoughts on how this captivating film series faded to black for the last time. We want to know everything. Did the crowds react with "oohs" and "ahhs?" Was everyone dressed like a wizard? Did the atmosphere — and anticipation — make it even more fun? Or did it fail to live up to the hype? Solon Patch will include the best reviews in a story.
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Muggles who come to the midnight show could receive 3D glasses that look like Harry's glasses
Solon Harry Potter fans don't need to wait until Friday to see "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2." Solon Cinemas is offering a midnight showing of the finale Thursday. Lucky muggles who attend will also receive special edition 3D glasses shaped like the glasses worn by, you guessed it, Harry Potter himself. Tickets for the midnight show are still available, and can be purchased at the box office or online. Solon Patch will have more coverage of the Harry Potter finale later this week.