See Star Wars in L.A. in Popular and Legendary Theaters

In tinseltown and want to catch a screening of the record-breaking Stars Wars in L.A.? Catch a showing now at the best venues that Los Angeles has to offer.

Star Wars in L.A.

Star Wars in L.A.

Enjoy an afternoon of people watching, dining and shopping before or after seeing the film at The Grove Los Angeles.  The Pacific’s The Grove Theatre is located in the heart of this popular complex.  Plus, you’re right next door to the Original Farmers Market L.A.

Star Wars at The Grove LA

Star Wars at The Grove LA

See Star Wars in L.A. at The Vista Theatre in the Silverlake/Los Feliz section of town. This is a single screen theater that has been going strong since 1923.

In Downtown Los Angeles near LA Live, catch The Force Awakens at Regal LA Live, which is next to The Staples Center, The JW Marriott DTLA, and the Ritz Carlton Hotel.

Grab a cocktail and nosh in the indoor theater bar at Arclight Cinemas Hollywood, in the legendary Cinerama Dome complex.  This is a 14-screen multiplex in the heart of Sunset Boulevard walkable to the well-known corner of Hollywood and Vine.

Since Star Wars is now a Disney production, Disney’s El Capitan Theatre might be an obvious choice for film lovers.  This theater has been here since 1926 and the El Capitan experience usually includes, props, costumes, live performances and other surprises from the movies they’re screening.

El Capitan Theatre

El Capitan Theatre Hollywood

The grand-daddy of all theaters in Hollywood is The TCL Grauman’s Chinese Theatre. Theater showman, Sid Grauman, opened this theater in 1927.  It’s home now to the world’s largest IMAX auditorium.  As they say, seeing a movie here isn’t just a night out, it’s a memorable event!  While here, check out the famous courtyard with the footprints of Darth Vader, C3PO, and R2D2, that were laid out in cement during the original Star Wars premiere in 1977.  Make it a true Hollywood night, and stroll down the Walk of Fame to Musso & Frank Grill — serving up amazing martinis and happy smiles since 1919!

Grauman's Chinese Theater

Grauman’s Chinese Theater


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