Carmike Theaters to Close for AMC Re-Brand; Carmike Movie Theaters in Hempfield, Delmont and Buffalo Township Are Set to Close for One Day Early Next Week, and for Most of Another Day the Following Week, So They Can Be Converted to the AMC Name. [Derived Headline]

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Carmike Theaters to Close for AMC Re-Brand; Carmike Movie Theaters in Hempfield, Delmont and Buffalo Township Are Set to Close for One Day Early Next Week, and for Most of Another Day the Following Week, So They Can Be Converted to the AMC Name. [Derived Headline]


Kim, Leonard, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Carmike movie theaters in Hempfield, Delmont and Buffalo Township are set to close for one day early next week, and for most of another day the following week, so they can be converted to the AMC name.

AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. is switching hundreds of Carmike theaters to one of three AMC brands, following the Kansas-based company's $1.2 billion buyout of smaller rival Carmike Cinemas Inc. The acquisition makes AMC the biggest U.S. movie theater operator.

At Westmoreland Mall, Carmike's Greensburg 15 multi plex will tentatively close all day Monday, and again on March 27 until that evening, so that new signs and other fixtures and equipment can be installed, AMC spokesman Ryan Noonan said.

The multiplex is to open at 7 p.m. March 27 as the AMC Westmoreland 15, he said.

AMC-branded theaters could feature recliner seating, bars changed to the MacGuffins name and large-format auditoriums such as IMAX, according to the company's website. They also will have "innovative" menus and Coca-Cola Freestyle machines with more than 100 drink flavors, AMC said.

Two other area theaters will close temporarily, Noonan said, adding that these dates also are tentative:

- Carmike South Pike 10 in Buffalo Township is to close all day Monday, and on March 27 until 7 p. …

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