- The Washington Times - Saturday, December 2, 2000

Photo by Daniel Rosenbaum/The Washington Times
The theater at Arundel Mills Mall will be new, but it will carry the theme of an ancient land — Egypt. Witness here Gerard Jessurum painting a Pharaoh replica at Muvico Egyptian 24, which will open to the public Friday. Visitors will see hieroglyphics covering the walls and what looks like the Nile River flowing through the lobby. The theater's 24 auditoriums will offer stadium seating, digital sound and curved wall-to-wall screens. Also offered will be valet parking and a children's playroom, where parents can leave the little one for what's described as a nominal fee while the adults watch films. The playroom will have a minitheater, a computer zone and other activities.

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