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At the end of 2013, Paramount Pictures announced Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues would be the last movie released on 35 mm film, which made it clear movie theaters across the country faced a major business decision either to convert to digital
40 a.m.CST Updated:Monday, November 11, 2013 12:10 p.m.CST The theater's marquee located on East First Street North shows the two feature movies of the week. Newton residents Dawn and Paul Bleeker have owned the theater for more than a year, since
Kathryn Koob routinely had to tell herself, It could be worse. For most people, it would be hard to imagine something worse than being held hostage at the U.S...My captivity, so to speak, ended up being very public, and it was political in nature,
Mike "ScratchDub" Husted and Brandon "KissDa Cook" Cook will be performing in a free all-ages show at the Capitol II Theatre after today's football game. (Submitted Photo) Is there anything better than the word free? There aren't many things that are,
Jessica Petersen-Orwenyo has never been bullied, she says, but that doesn't mean she's not willing to do something about it. The pastor of Congregational United Church of Christ, along with Capitol II, is hosting a special screening of the movie
The Newton Senior High School Class of 1978 and Capitol II owners Paul and Dawn Bleeker will be hosting a special event in conjunction with Alumni Weekend in part of an ongoing effort to raise money for the cinema's conversion to digital projection.
Paul and Dawn Bleeker will have their hands full this weekend. The owners of the Capitol II Theater in downtown Newton announced this week they will be showing four separate films this week...Additionally, it will continue to show last week's new
Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer star in "Warm Bodies," a horror-comedy film about a zombie who falls in love with the girlfriend of one of his victims. On the movie's opening weekend at the Capitol II Theater in downtown Newton, a "Zombie Night"
02 p.m.CST Updated:Wednesday, January 2, 2013 12:23 p.m.CST 1.) Theater closes, reopens (NDN File Photo) A crippling drought, pigs as pets and foul play here are the Newton Daily News' choices for the top local stories of the year, in no particular
The Capitol II Theater in Newton is undergoing minor renovations this week in preparation for its Friday reopening. Since its closure on Sept. 12, the theater's ownership has changed hands from former parent company Big Time Cinema to local couple