Norman's new AMC movie theater opens to the public Wednesday night.
The AMC Robinson Crossing 6 theater is located on Interstate Drive in Norman at the same location of the former Robinson Crossing 6 theater, which closed two years ago.
In February, the Norman Transcript reported that AMC bought the theater with plans to open in the fall.
The theater opens to the public at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2 with screenings beginning at 6:30 p.m. said Kevin Mandt, theater manager.
The theater features heated and reclining seats, reserved seating, mobile tickets, a 21-and-up bar and discounted tickets on Tuesdays for AMC members, according to its website.
Once open, the theater will show "Abominable," "Downton Abbey," "Hustlers" and "Joker."
Ticket prices are $8.45 for adults for a matinee show and $9.99 for an evening show, $6.99 for children ages 2-12 and $6.99 for seniors ages 60 and up.
Correction: This story was corrected at 8:51 a.m. Oct. 3 to reflect that the theater was formerly an AMC theater in the '90s.