Cineworld, which owns Regal Cinemas, plans to give up its lease of the theaters on February 15.

WASHINGTON – Regal Cinemas plans to close dozens of its theaters across the country next month.

The move comes four months after Cineworld Group LLC, the British company that owns Regal Cinemas, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the United States.

The plan to close 39 additional cinemas in the coming weeks was revealed in Cineworld’s bankruptcy filing on Tuesday.

The company plans to stop renting theaters on February 15.

Cineworld said in a statement that it estimated closing those theaters would save about $22 million annually.

Currently, there are approximately 500 Regal theaters across the country, according to its website. It is the second largest movie theater chain in the United States behind AMC Theaterswhich has about 950 cinemas worldwide.

California and New York are closing the most Regal theaters, with 7 closing in California and 6 closing in New York.

Complete list of Regal Cinemas that are closing

Tikahtnu 16 IMAX & RPX Stadium (Anchorage, Alaska)

12 Hemet Cinema (Hemet Avenue, CA)

Berkeley 7 (Berkeley, California)

Metro Point (Costa Mesa, CA)

Parkway Plaza 18 Stadium and IMAX (El Cajon, CA)

Escondido 16 & IMAX Stadium (Escondido, CA)

Sherman Oaks Galleria 16 (Los Angeles, California)

Yorba Linda & IMAX (Yorba Linda, CA)

SouthGlenn Stadium 14 (Centennial, Colorado)

Meadows Stadium 12 (Littleton, Colorado)

Gallery Place 14 Stadium (Washington, DC)

Shadowood 16 (Boca Raton, FL)

South Beach Stadium 18 & IMAX (Miami, Florida)

Keauhou Stadium 7 (Kailua Kona, Hawaii)

Bolingbrook Stadium 12 (Ballingbrook, IL)

Round Lake Beach Stadium 18 (Round Lake Beach, IL)

Brunswick 10 (Brunswick, Maine)

Bowie Stadium 14 (Bowie, Maryland)

Rockville Center 13 Stadium (Rockville, Maryland)

Fenway Stadium 13 & RPX (Boston, Massachusetts)

Omaha Stadium 16 (Omaha, Nebraska)

Village Square 18 Stadium (Las Vegas, Nevada)

Concord 10 (Concord, New Hampshire)

Hamilton Commons Stadium 14 (Mays Landing, NJ)

Pohatcong Stadium 12 (Phillipsburg, NJ)

Santa Fe Stadium 14 (Santa Fe, New Mexico)

Elmwood Center 16 (Buffalo, New York)

Ithaca Mall 14 Stadium (Ithaca, New York)

Cortlandt Town Center (Lake Mahegan, New York)

14 Union Square Stadium (New York, New York)

Greece Ridge Stadium 12 (Rochester, New York)

Transit Center Stadium 18 & IMAX (Williamsville, NY)

Beaver Creek Stadium 12 (Apex, NC)

Montrose Movies Stadium 12 (Akron, Ohio)

Barn Plaza Stadium 14 (Doylestown, PA)

Oaks 24 Stadium (Oaks, PA)

Stonefield Stadium 14 and IMAX (Charlottesville, VA)

Greenbrier Stadium 13 (Chesapeake, VA)

Meridian 16 (Seattle, Washington)

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