AMC Theatres

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AMC Theatres

Theatres previously owned by this exhibitor:



About AMC Theatres

AMC Theatres is an American movie chain owned and operated by AMC Entertainment Inc. The company was founded in 1920 by three brothers: Maurice, Edward and Barney Dubinsky. On May 21, 2012, AMC announced a deal with the Dalian Wanda Group allowing them to acquire 347 theatres across Canada and the U.S.

AMC previously had eight theatres in Canada-six in Toronto (Courtney Park 16, Interchange 30, Kennedy Commons 20, Whitby 24, Winston Churchill 24 and Yonge and Dundas 24), one in Ottawa (Kanata 24) and one in Montreal (Forum 22). However, in July 2012, four locations (Courtney Park 16, Winston Churchill 24, Forum 22 and Yonge and Dundas 24) were sold to Cineplex Entertainment and two (Kanata 24 and Whitby 24) were sold to Empire Theatres, which were later sold to Landmark Cinemas. The remaining two locations (Kennedy Commons 20 and Interchange 30) were still operated under AMC until they closed their doors between February 2013 and May 2014.

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Weekend Box Office

  1. Joker $55.9M
  2. The Addams Family $30.3M
  3. Gemini Man $20.6M
  4. Abominable $6.1M
  5. Downton Abbey $4.9M
  6. Hustlers $3.9M
  7. Judy $3.2M
  8. IT: Chapter Two $3.1M
  9. Jexi $3.1M
  10. Ad Astra $1.9M