Weekend movie times for Cobb Theatres vary by individual theatre, depending on which movies are currently being played. Check the official Cobb Theatres website to see movie times for specific locations. As of March 2015, movie times may not be available more than a week in advance at some locations.
Headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, Cobb Theatres has several locations in Florida, Alabama, Colorado, Georgia and Virginia as of March, 2015. Each Cobb Theatres location features stadium seating with high-backed, rocking seats and adjustable armrests as well as high-quality screens and digital surround sound. IMAX screens, RealD 3D experiences and in-theatre dining are available at select locations.
In addition to automated box offices for ticket purchase or pickup, Cobb Theatres offers online ticketing on its website. Customers may also purchase advance tickets over the phone. At participating locations, frequent customers may join the Cobb Moviegoer Rewards Program to earn free concessions and movie tickets with regular admission purchases. Cobb's theatre rental program allows customers to arrange private screenings for birthday parties or business meetings.
Cobb Theatres began as one movie theatre in Fayette, Alabama opened by Jefferson Richards in 1921. As of March 2015, Cobb Theatres operates more than 230 screens in the United States and plans to continue expanding.