The historic Seattle theatre, Cinerama, has been revamped. Opened in 1963, Cinerama has providing movie buffs with classics and blockbusters for over 40 years. Last night it opened it’s doors to a newly remodeled venue, after having been closed since late August. Owner Paul Allen has added technical upgrades, from the projection, to the sound system, to the screen itself. The theatre reopened it’s doors just in time to debut a midnight screening of the newest Harry Potter film. The Cinerama’s interior has new carpeting as well as display cases, featuring movie memorabilia. Concessions have received a change too, featuring lower prices and treats from local food vendors. Theatre operator Greg Wood has already begun to book the venue for film festivals in 2011, and hopes to make the theatre available for community events as well. Make sure to check out the newly updated Cinerama in the near future.