Now, a new digital marquee has been installed right over the main entrance to the theater.
The digital sign is framed in bronze, with intricate fleur-de-lis wrought iron metal work all along the edges. This mirrors the designs of the wrought-iron Juliette balconies that line the top of the Palais du Cinéma.
Beneath the main marquee is a digital wait times window showing “Next Show ___ Minutes.”
It’s a gorgeous sign (just look at the intricate metal work on the bottom), and the digital marquee makes it easy for Cast Members to switch from the logo for “Impressions de France” to the “Beauty and the Beast” Sing-Along with just the flip of a switch.
The new “Beauty and the Beast” Sing-Along is said to have a duration time of 14 minutes, while “Impressions de France” runs for 18 minutes. Both shows will be playing intermittently at the theater, although it is still unknown whether they will play back-to-back or follow a different schedule.
Upon the grand re-opening of the Palais du Cinéma, the pre-show lobby will also debut a new exhibit.
Are you looking forward to seeing the new “Beauty and the Beast” Sing-Along once it debuts during the Festival, or are you eagerly awaiting the return of the classic and eerily beautiful “Impressions de France”? Let us know in the comments.