A $5.5 million investment has been made at the soon-to-open Icon Windsor theater at NW 23rd and Meridian.
The 10-screen theater was opened in 1988 by the Litchfield chain before Regal took over in 1994. Then came B&B in 2009 before completely closing in 2019.
Now, a complete renovation has been performed including a new parking lot. All 10 auditoriums have red leather recliners with footrests and herringbone wood floors.
Icon will offer a wide array of food and drink with free popcorn refills.
They are shooting for a January 7th opening. A similar renovation is being performed at the Kickingbird Theater at Danforth and Bryant in Edmond, and Icon will reopen in 30 to 60 days.
Both will screen first-run movies as movie production nears pre-pandemic levels.
Repost from okctalk.