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Reel Cinema Open Will Open 12 More Cinemas

Reel Cinemas, LLC will open 12 m ore Reel Cinemas by the end of the year to complete a huge 22 screen megaplex project that will seat 2,800.  Reel Cinemas LLC is a joint venture of Emaar Retail and Singapore based premier entertainment provider Cathay Organization Holdings, Ltd.   After the new Reel Cinemas are complete at Dubai Mall it will be the biggest move complex in the UAE, covering more than 150,000 square feet.

The ten movie houses will use state of the art projection and audio visual systems, and ergonomically designed seats.   An online booking function allows     customers to buy their tickets in advance and choose seats. Emaar Retail CEO Airf Amiri said “We are truly excited to have opened the first Reel Cinemas megaplex in the UAE.  It is a superb addition to our leisure and entertainment portfolio here at The Dubai Mall.”
 

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