… and drama, comedy, horror, science fiction, romance, Hollywood blockbusters, and quirky independent features alike—all playing at The Bridge: Cinema De Lux at 40th and Walnut Streets. The long-awaited theater, whose completion was delayed by the financial problems of Penn’s original partner, is set to open November 8, seven months after a new deal was announced between the University and Cinebridge Ventures, a division of National Amusements, Inc.Besides all-stadium seating, six screens showing a mix of Hollywood and independent films, and standard concession fare, the Bridge will offer special food service (with indoor and outdoor seating), free parking—and, for those seeking the real flavor of a Hollywood premiere, optional valet service.

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