Not yet. If there'll be any 'industry' news, you can count on Deadline Hollywood to report it. Most recently, they featured this article 7 days ago that confirms 8 of the 10 new AMC Theater theaters will include former Arclight theaters. However, not the Boston one. The Arclight Cinerama Dome in Hollywood is still unaccounted for... and based on the sentiment of the filmmaking and cinephile community out West, I cannot envision a scenario where they'd welcome AMC purchasing that property... to the point where I have a suspicion some passionate filmmaker(s) may step in to purchase it out right. Tarantino just bought the Vista Theater out there, for example. I would not be the least bit surprised if James Cameron, Christopher Nolan, Steven Spielberg, or someone else from that echelon did the same for the remaining Arclight properties. I'm x-ing my fingers that Boston's deep-pocketed filmmakers step in and do the same.Has there been any word of a new operator for the Arclight?
I'm not sure why one would, though, when the theater was brand new and had barely opened. It's not the Cinerama Dome. I'd have wanted Damon or Affleck to step in for the Harvard Square Cinema first.I'm x-ing my fingers that Boston's deep-pocketed filmmakers step in and do the same.
The tragedy occurred before any archBoston posters were born. The new North Station, the Boston Garden, and the Hotel Manger were built 1928-30. Might not have happened if the Great Depression had started sooner.Such a tragedy losing the old north station.