Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, the Texas-based movie theater chain famed for its no-tolerance policy on cell phone use, will move into Metro Theater at Broadway and 99th Street, which opened in 1933 as the Midtown Theater, and closed in 2005. The new theater is scheduled to open in 2013.
In April we found out that the Alamo Drafthouse would finally be opening up its first New York City location, with five glorious screens inside of the historic Metro Theater on 100th Street and Broadway. For those not in the know, t... Read Post
After years of disuse, the landmarked Upper West Side Metro movie theater at Broadway and 99th Street is getting close to landing a new tenant, the Times reports. And unlike the last time we talked about a potential tenant for the s... Read Post