Alamo Drafthouse Closes Doors in North TX

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In a depressing development for local cinephiles, all five Alamo Drafthouse locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area have closed their doors, per CultureMap Dallas:

“According to a release, Two is One, One is None, LLC has closed the six franchised Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas that it (and its affiliates) operated, and have filed voluntary petitions for relief under Chapter 7 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.

“The five Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas in North Texas closing include Richardson, Las Colinas, Lake Highlands, Dallas, and Denton. They are also closing a location in Woodbury, Minnesota.

UPDATE 6-6-2024: A spokesman for Alamo Drafthouse issued a statement, saying, ‘We are very disappointed to learn today that our franchisee, which operates five locations in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX and one in Woodbury, MN has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and is closing their business effective immediately. We are heartbroken for the franchisee’s teammates and the local film communities, however, we are working as quickly as possible to get Alamo Drafthouse Cinema back up and running in these cities. All other Alamo Drafthouse locations are operating as normal, with continued expansion plans across the country.’”

To read the entire article by CultureMap Dallas, please click HERE.

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