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Star Rochester Hills 10

Address: 200 Barclay Cir
City: Rochester Hills State: MI Zip: Phone: (248) 299-2660  
County: Oakland
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Open: 1989 Closed: Capacity:    
Owner: Unknown
Web Address: N/A
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12/24/2015 - Greg Hunt
You were correct in saying that AMC entered the market in 1986 but at first they purchased the Suburban Detroit Theatres (SDT) and then around 3 months later the NGT chain.
12/4/2010 - Betty Zych
Emagine Rochester Hills (former home of Star Rochester Hills) will partner with Assistance League of Southeastern Michigan for the Grand Opening- Ribbon Cutting Charity Party on Tues. Dec. 21st. Guests will enjoy a movie of their choice , free pop,popcorn,pizza,food from local restaurants, door prizes and entertainment. The family event starts at 5.

pm. Tickets : Adults: $ 25. Children under 16: $ 15. For info: www.

semich. assistanceleague. org.

11/15/2010 - Terrence Alexander
Press Release Emagine Rochester Hills Emagine Rochester Hills is slated to open in December 2010. The 10 screen state-of-the-art facility will feature 1900 seats and all of the amenities patrons have come to expect from an Emagine Theatre. The former AMC Star facility will undergo a complete renovation which will include a new lobby, concession stand, and stadium seating in all auditoriums. All auditoriums will boast wall-to-wall screens, digital projection and sound, plush high back rocking chair seats with 46” row spacing. In addition, reserved luxury seating will be available in every auditorium with 56” row spacing.

Four of the 10 auditoriums will be equipped with RealD 3-D Technology. Emagine Rochester Hills concession stand will host all popular movie-going fare including hot fresh popcorn served in popcorn buckets, real butter, soft drinks, candy, and nachos plus Emagine will introduce a gourmet thin crust pizza that you can take to your seats. And, Emagine is the only theatre chain in metropolitan Detroit to offer its guests a full array of beer, wine and cocktails that may be enjoyed at their seat during a show.

8/21/2010 - Unknown
Theatre closed on August 15, 2010. It is slated to reopen as an Emagine facility in November after renovations.
8/20/2010 - jt
Does anyone know when this theatre closed? read in todays paper that Emagine Entertainment plans to reopen this theatre in november after they remodeling it. any info would be appreciated.
2/4/2006 - Steve Bielawski
As of February 3, 2006, it is now the AMC Rochester Hills. The founders of the Star chain, Barrie and Jim Loeks, sold their 50% stake in the chain to Loews Cineplex in 2002. In June of 2005, Loews agreed to a merger with AMC, with AMC becoming the parent company. The merger was completed on January 27, 2006, and on February 3, the Star Theatres came to be listed in the newspapers under the new combined name. This theatre became the AMC Star Rochester Hills.

AMC enterred the Metro Detroit market about twenty years earlier, buying out the Nicholas George theatres. As is their custom, the theatres were renamed to reflect their parent. So, the name change comes as no real surprise. A few things will remain.

For now, the ticket stubs still bear the Loews logo. That may take a while to fix, since AMCs receipts are not the same size as Loews receipts. Also, they still have Loews cups and bags at the refreshment counter, and probably will until they run out. For now, Stars Theatres will continue to use Fandango as their online ticketing agent, while AMC will continue to use Movietickets.

com. I suspect that the division in online ticketing agents represents outstanding contracts (and perhaps even financial interests in the online companies) and will be unified when the contracts run out.
Star Rochester Hills 10 - 2005 FROM SCOTT BIGGS
Star Rochester Hills 10 - 2005 FROM SCOTT BIGGS
Star Rochester Hills 10 - 2003 PHOTO
2003 PHOTO

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