The Camelot Entertainment Group is reopening its Hollywood Hills headquarters and movie theaters in New Beverly and Regal Cinemas, the companies announced on Tuesday.
The two Hollywood Hills theaters, which are owned by Warner Bros. Entertainment, will reopen after a two-year shutdown that saw the closure of the Warner Bros.-owned Hollywood Hills theater complex and a string of major theater closures.
The Camelot units have been closed since November and the reopening of the Hollywood Hills is scheduled for June.
The two theaters are located in New Hollywood, where the city of Los Angeles is located.
Camelot has been one of the major players in the entertainment industry since it bought Cinemark and Universal Pictures in 1999.
The company has invested billions of dollars in its Hollywood area, including $50 million to purchase the Warner Brothers and Universal Studios parks in Hollywood, which opened in 2015.