landmark, which the director even featured in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. “Somebody’s going to buy it. The theatre primarily shows 35-mm. hang. (Tarantino is already the proud owner of the New Beverly Cinema, which he purchased in 2007. Over the past year, fans hoped Tarantino would rescue the Cinerama Dome, another L.A. I’m not that worried about it.”

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Tags: films from Tarantino’s personal collection.) “We’ll show new movies that come out where they give us a film print,” he said of the Vista. The New Beverly has its own vibe. “It’s not going to be like the New Beverly. “It’s not like they are going to demolish the Cinerama Dome,” he responded on the podcast. Quentin Tarantino has added to his Los Angeles iconography by purchasing the historic Vista Theatre in Los Feliz on Sunset. The New Beverly reopened in mid-June to sold-out shows, per The Hollywood Reporter. and 16-mm. The Vista closed in April 2020 with the message “To Be Continued …” left on its marquee. The Vista is like a crown-jewel kind of thing.” The Vista Theatre first opened nearly a century ago, on October 9, 1923, as the Lou Bard Playhouse, showing vaudeville acts. Photo: Jay L. There are so many different options that could work out. On Dax Shepard’s Armchair Expert podcast, Tarantino revealed his new venture, saying that the single-screen theater would likely reopen “around Christmastime.” The theater, which shut down during the COVID-19 pandemic like most things we cherish, will screen “only film — it won’t be a revival house,” he added. “We’ll show older films, but it will be like you can hold a four-night engagement,” Tarantino added. Vista Theatre. Clendenin/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images

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