Hollywood is taking its moviegoing experience to the digital future, opening new cinemas in locations such as Los Angeles and New York.
The movie theaters will be connected to Netflix and other streaming services by Klipsch Cinema 600, which is a subsidiary of Klipsen Entertainment, a division of the Chicago-based company.
They will open their first location in Los Angeles on April 6.
The first movie theater will be called Star Wars: The First Order, but Klipsens plans are for the theater to be named Klipsech Cinema 600.
It will open the first of 12 new theaters in Los Angelas, with the second being in San Diego.
“The new Star Wars movies will be the best yet,” said Klipsench Cinema 600 president David A. Cohen in a statement.
“Our new theater in San Jose will be an absolute dream come true for our community and our customers.
In 2019, we will introduce an all-new brand and exciting programming in the area that will inspire the entire community.
We are excited to see what our new fans will do with the new entertainment experience.”
The new movie theaters are part of a $4 billion expansion of Klipisch Cinemas, a chain that has about 1,300 theaters in 25 U.S. cities.