Home entertainment center owner and entertainment enthusiast Parkwood Entertainment Center in New York City is bringing back a classic movie theater that was the home of the legendary Disney animated series.
The Hollywood Palladium Theater in Hollywood, California, has been shuttered, according to Parkwood.
“The Hollywood Parkwood Theater has been closed since the end of March, 2017.
We are excited to bring back the iconic Hollywood Pallister Theatre,” the company said in a statement.
Parkwood Entertainment is an entertainment company that focuses on the production and presentation of live music, theatrical events, and interactive entertainment.
It is known for producing iconic and innovative live events, including the original Broadway musical “The Producers,” the “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” movie, and “The Dark Knight Rises.”
It also produced “The World of Warcraft” live-action film, the “World of Warcraft: The Movie” TV series, the original “Fargo” television series, and the animated series “Penguins of Madagascar.”
Parker Brothers, the company that owns the Hollywood Park Wood Theatre, confirmed in a press release that it has “decided to shutter the Hollywood Pallisters on March 31, 2019.”
“In light of this, Parkwood has acquired the remaining inventory of the Pallister for its use as a permanent home for the upcoming production of ‘The World’s End,'” the statement read.
According to the Hollywood Times, Parkbergs previous owners are trying to find a buyer for the property.
There is currently no timetable for the theater to reopen.
As for the original Hollywood Palliers original home, the Pallisters original home was closed in the mid-1990s and later moved to the now-demolished Parkwood entertainment center in Hollywood.