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According to a news article from 2010, this theater opened on November 6, 1998. Like other theaters in the MJR chain, it features balcony that connects to the projection booths and also to the ground floor via a spiral staircase, a preivews projector in the lobby (the projector itself is encased in a glass cube) and is the largest (and most likely highest-grossing) theater in the Downriver area of metro Detroit, with 20 screens, all with stadium seating, surround sound and digital projection. The two largest auditoriums (#2 and #11 (or #12, I don't know which is actually larger)) also feature exits onto the balcony.