The changes come as new owners take over the popular local theater.

More big changes afoot for the Cobb Village 12 movie theater at the Village at Leesburg. The entire Cobb chain has been bought, and the new owners are coming in and giving the theater a major make-over.

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Back in March, The Burn told you that the Cobb 12 was adding two new auditoriums, bringing the total screens to 14. Turns out, that was just the start. The new name for the theater will be the CMX Cinemas Village. CMX Cinemas is the new owner and it’s subsidiary of a Mexican company called Cinemex, which is a now a major movie theater owner in both Mexico and the United States.

The new CMX Cinemas Village will also be adding spacious reclining seats to all 14 of its auditoriums at the Leesburg location. They also promise new decor and other new amenities.

The bar and restaurant will stay as well, but expect new menu items. The new seating and upgrades to the existing 12 auditoriums is expected to be completed by the end of this summer. The two brand new auditoriums should be completed by the end of the year.

Images: CMX Cinemas
  1. Buddah 6 years ago

    I hope my MoviePass will still work for them.

  2. Rob Blackstone 6 years ago

    Good news.

    They really should have had the reclining seats when the place first opened. It was already becoming the standard and there were several other theaters in NoVA that had them.

  3. Darin 6 years ago

    I don’t find reclining a must lol. I’d say reserved seating and excellent food is a must. Essentially everyone must copy Alamo.

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