MUMBAI: Christie Digital Systems USA, Inc. has been selected by Warren Theatres as the exclusive DLP Cinema provider for its new 14-screen multiplex in Moore, Oklahoma.
The Moore Warren Theatre, the most expensive in the history of the state, is also one of the largest, with luxury accommodations and screens up to 80 feet wide and four stories tall.
The company’s first all digital multiplex, the Moore Warren features Christie’s acclaimed CP2000 series projectors, selected by more than 80 per cent of all global installations; a sophisticated sound system that meets the highest standards in film audio; and the latest in 3D cinema technology. A special VIP section offers extra wide seats and food service is available. The décor reflects the ultimate in elegance, with terrazzo flooring, marble counter tops, and waterfall curtains.
“We built our reputation on providing the highest quality and consistently best service in the industry. The citizens of Oklahoma City and Moore expect nothing less from us. We selected Christie DLP Cinema projectors because they produce the most brilliant picture on the screen, greatly enhancing the movie viewing experience. Christie projectors also allow us to show concerts, corporate and sporting events – even host massive X-Box competitions on the big screen,” said Warren Theatres corporate vice president of construction, development and technology Bill Menke.
Warren Theatres, known for taking its cues from the past while looking into the future, installed eight Christie CP2000-ZX and six Christie CP2000-SB projectors to deliver stunning, razor-sharp images on the screens in the Moore Warren Theatre.
“With its all-digital screens, Moore Warren represents the future of cinema entertainment. Warren Theatres’ decision to go with Christie DLP Cinema projectors exclusively reflects the enormous confidence they have in Christie products to meet the high standards they have set. We look forward to working with Warren to bring the excitement of the Digital Cinema revolution to moviegoers everywhere,” added Christie vice president entertainment solutions Craig Sholders.