And it's happening because the next Bond film, "No Time To Die," was moved to next spring, meaning big theaters lost another tentpole film.
The 71-year-old theater will now be used for Netflix special events, screenings, and theatrical releases of its films.
The last single screen movie theater in Manhattan that opened 71 years ago has closed.
Starting in the 1940s, the popularity of movie theaters rose in Manhattan; by 2010, they'd all but vanished.
High and lowbrow movie theaters across town are shuttered, so if you wanted to wait out the storm at the movies we hope you like your home cinema.
“We’re excited about the possibility of bringing AMC Dine-In Theatres to our guests in New York,” said spokesman Ryan Noonan.
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