Movie Goers Line Up For Opening Of Broken Arrow's Warren Theaters

Tuesday, December 23rd 2014, 1:43 pm
By: News On 6

Warren Theatres in Broken Arrow is officially open and just in time for Christmas. 

The movie theater is located in the Shops at Aspen Creek, just south of the Creek Turnpike between Aspen and Elm.

A lot of people came out for the grand opening Tuesday, in fact, all of Tuesday evening's tickets were already sold out. 

The Warren Theatres in Broken Arrow is one of the biggest in the country. There are five different ways to see a movie, including stadium auditoriums, balcony seating and directors suites. 

Owner Bill Warren says one of those auditoriums has the largest screen in the Tulsa area. Its more than a 100 feet wide and about 50 feet tall. There are also two restaurants with an industrial sized kitchen with a full menu. 

Tuesday morning, movie goers gave the Warren Theatres positive reviews.

"It's just absolutely great. We just wanted to come out and experience this, an opening, for the first time. We actually wife and I just went to Oklahoma City to experience Warren Theater over there so we're really excited about this happening," said Charles Benningfield.

"My husband has always said he wanted a theater where he had his own arm rest and he always freezes in the movie theatre so it has heated seats so we came to check it out," said Michelle Rahn. 

How much you spend to see a movie here depends on which type of seating your choose. Ticket prices range from $7 to $22. 

Some of the movies now showing include The Hobbit, Night At The Museum 3 and Wild.