Friday, April 23, 2021

B&B Theatres Coming Soon To Downtown Kansas City After Alamo Drafthouse FAIL

Here's a hopeful note that might not work out for this grindhouse given that the cinema has mostly been replaced by binge watching horrible Internets streaming content AND/OR consuming funny but inherently worthless clips on mobile phones.

Nevertheless . . .

If there is a niche for suckers paying 20 bucks for popcorn and a jug of soda . . . The dupes investing in downtown hype is where they primarily reside.

Read more about the latest company to try their luck at this beautiful but doomed locale . . .

Liberty-based B&B Theatres revives former Alamo Drafthouse Mainstreet; fall reopening planned

Liberty-based movie chain B&B Theatres is taking the space of Alamo Drafthouse in downtown Kansas City. After eight years in Kansas City, Austin-based theater chain Alamo Drafthouse Mainstreet closed after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy due to pandemic hardship. However, B&B Theatres says despite an unprecedented 2020, they predict exceptional growth and expansion.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Fantastic news for KC! Downtown KC retains a jewel. KC is on the upswing.

Anonymous said...

lol this will be the third time this theater has changed ownership in 10 years. Guess there was a reason this building was abandoned for decades