The 14-screen theatre can accommodate more than 2,800 moviegoers. Patrons will enjoy digital projection in every auditorium, stadium seating, with each row elevated for an unobstructed view, and high-back rocking chairs featuring cupholder armrests which move out of the way to form seats for two.

For added convenience, Regal offers a variety of ticketing options at the box office and through the Regal Mobile App available for iPhone and Android users. Stonefield Stadium 14 patrons can also receive the theatre’s weekly showtime information through a free e-mail service at:

Charlottesville moviegoers can check out the Cinema Art titles at Regal Downtown Mall 6 beginning Friday, November 9:Brooklyn Castle – Rated PG: A look at a Brooklyn school and its champion chess team.Farewell My Queen – Rated R: Marie Antoinette’s relationship with one of her readers.Searching For Sugar Man – Rated PG-13: Find out what happened to rock 'n' roller, Rodriguez.Simon And The Oaks – Not Rated: Two boys come of age in Sweden during World War II.The Oranges – Rated R: Dave Matthews’ ATO Pictures with a story of sex, betrayal and scandal.The Paperboy – Rated R: A reporter’s investigation of a Florida death row inmate’s case.

About Regal Entertainment Group:Regal Entertainment Group (NYSE: RGC) operates the largest and most geographically diverse theatre circuit in the United States, consisting of 6,607 screens in 521 locations in 37 states and the District of Columbia as of October 25, 2012. The Company operates theatres in 43 of the top 50 U.S. designated market areas. We believe that the size, reach and quality of the Company's theatre circuit not only provide its patrons with a convenient and enjoyable movie-going experience, but is also an exceptional platform to realize economies of scale in theatre operations. Additional information is available on the Company's Web site at

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