The South Charlotte Region’s Largest Movie Theater About To Open in Indian Land


A new mega-theater is about to open on the north part of Indian Land, right next to the headquarters of Charlotte’s $1 billion start-up, Red Ventures. The new 53,000 square-foot cinema, with 2,800 stadium seats, and 14 wall-to-wall screens will hold its official grand opening on March 23rd.

According to a press release by developer MPV Properties, “The movie theater, to be called RedStone 14, is just one component of the RedStone shopping center with other tenants including Portofino’s Ristorante Italiano e Pizzeria, Red Rocks Café, Sharonview Federal Credit Union, Viva Chicken, Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers, Pananova Craft Kitchen, Moe’s Southwest Grill, WAFU Japanese Steakhouse, Jackson’s Java, Which Wich, Tropical Smoothie Café, Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt, and Lee Nails.

“We are very pleased with the construction progress of RedStone,” says Michael Bilodeau, Development Manager with MPV. “The movie theater and mix of restaurants and shop space will create a first-class retail environment.”

The new development sits at the corner of 160 and 521;

Stone Theatres, the parent company of the new RedStone 14 mega-theater, currently runs 4 other theaters with a total of 56 screens in Myrtle Beach, Fayetteville, Indian Trail, and Morrisville.