Carmike Cinemas, Inc. (NASDAQ: CKEC) (“Carmike”), a leading entertainment, digital cinema and 3-D motion picture exhibitor, and Digital Cinema Destinations Corp. (NASDAQ: DCIN) (“Digiplex”) today announced that their Boards of Directors have approved a definitive agreement for Carmike to acquire Digiplex. The agreement is a stock-for-stock transaction in which Carmike will acquire 100% of Digiplex’s 7.93 million shares outstanding. Each Digiplex share will be exchanged for 0.1775 shares (subject to certain potential reductions) of Carmike common stock. Digiplex currently operates in 21 locations with 206 screens, and has agreements to acquire another 5 theatres with 53 screens. Since its founding in 2010 by Bud Mayo, Digiplex has been a fast-growing theatrical exhibitor dedicated to transforming its movie theatres into interactive digital entertainment centers featuring ‘something for everyone.’ Digiplex has been a pioneer and leader in alternative programming and has a 50% interest in the DigiNext distribution platform. The transaction is expected to close during the third quarter of 2014 and will increase Carmike’s footprint to 280 theatres and 2,936 screens in 41 states, inclusive of Digiplex’s acquisition pipeline. The acquisition is subject to certain conditions as detailed in the definitive agreement. Bud Mayo, Digiplex’s Chairman and CEO, has agreed to vote stock representing 39.5% of the Digiplex voting stock in favor of the transaction. Carmike’s President and Chief Executive Officer David Passman stated, “Carmike strives to be an innovator in the exhibition industry, and we believe the addition of the Digiplex circuit will further enhance those efforts. Since its founding less than 4 years ago, Digiplex has been building a circuit of quality theatres based in leading markets. The circuit is a very complementary fit to Carmike and the acquisition enables us to add 4 new states: Arizona, Connecticut, Maryland and New Hampshire, to our expanding geographic footprint.