After a couple trial showings, the Yerington Movie House will be officially showing The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in 3D this weekend, the first ever digital 3D movie to come to a theater in Yerington. As part of the larger remodel to what was formally the Take One Movie Theater, a piece of digital 3D equipment was brought in to test. After successful trial runs last weekend, including two regular showings, officials have decided to officially bring in 3D movies when possible.
“We want to be able to provide Yerington with the same things a larger movie theater can,” said Dona Tracy, director of operations for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Mason Valley.
Prices will remain the same for this weekend, but a small increase can be expected for 3D movies in the future to cover the cost of the glasses required to view the movie.
The 3D capabilities are just one component of an overall renovation of the Yerington Movie House. The Movie House is now fully equipped with digital picture and sound, brand new seats, a new screen, new curtains, a remodeled bathroom and new flooring. Renovations in the lobby area are expected in the near future.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will play Saturday and Sunday at 8 p.m. All proceeds from the Yerington Movie House benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Mason Valley.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Mason Valley would like to thank the following foundations and companies for their support of the Yerington Movie House:
ROXIE AND AZAD JOSEPH FOUNDATION TRUST
MATHEWSON CHARITABLE LEAD TRUST TWO
THE THELMA AND THOMAS HART FOUNDATION
THE ROBERT S. AND DOROTHY J. KEYSER FOUNDATION
THE BRETZLAFF FOUNDATION, INC.
THE E. L. CORD FOUNDATION
MARY BETH LAMB FOUNDATION
THE GABELLI FOUNDATION
HARRAH’S THEATER EQUIPMENT