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Tucson movie theaters schedules and tickets

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Over the past few years, several national movie theatre chains have gobbled up and devoured long time Tucson movie theatres- but new ones rise in their place. This has brought a steady stream of first day openings and preview screenings in several movie houses throughout Tucson.


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Tucson Southwest

  • Harkins Tucson Spectrum 5455 S. Calle Santa Cruz.
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  • Cinemark at Tucson Marketplace, I-1o and South Kino Parkway, is scheduled to open in the summer of 2016. This new hi-tech theatre will have 14 screens- half will have 3D capability.

Tucson Northwest/Oro Valley


  • Harkins Theatres at Arizona Pavilions, 8031 N Business Park Drive. The former Tower Theater, now the Harkins Theatre, is the first Marana movie theater near Continental Ranch at Cortaro and I-10 at Arizona Pavillions.

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Tucson movie theatre updates

Alcohol now served at the movies! Several Tucson movie theaters now serve alcoholic beverages at the snack bar. This is becoming a national trend as movie theatres cater towards an aging, and dwindling crowd. These Tucson theaters are serving alcohol:

  • AMC Foothills, 7401 N. La Cholla
  • Century Tucson Marketplace Theatre, near Park Avenue and I-10
  • Roadhouse CInemas, 4811 E. Grant
  • The Loft Cinema, 3233 E. Speedway

AMC Foothills reduces ticket prices in its 15 Tucson cineplexes. Prices lower by $1 for most films. AMC lower prices.

Downtown movie theatre shows first run films. The Screening Room, at 127 E. Congress St., is showing current movie releases. Grand Cinemas takes over operations from Arizona Media Arts Center. The annual Arizona International FIlm Festival will continue to be held.

The Crossroads 6 Theatre on Grant Road, famous for its cheap discounts on second-run movies, has closed. It reopens as an upscale movie theater with new state-of-the-art screen and seats, including a larger selection of dining and snacks.

Northside Tower Theatres at Arizona Pavillions has closed and reopened as a Harkins Theatre. The 12-screen theatre will continue to show top opening films.

The eastside Century Park 16, near Interstate 10 and West Grant Road closed in 2011. The 16-screen multiplex was recently sold to a group of investors who have other plans for the property. The Century Park 16 opened in October 1989 at the location of the former Tucson 5 Drive-in theater.

An IMAX movie screen in Marana is installed at the AMC Loews Theater at the Foothills Mall in northwest Tucson. It is the first IMAX screen in Tucson.

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