MIAMI-Regal Cinemas will reportedly not open a planned 28-screen theater at the Michael Swerdlow-Taubman Co. co-developed Dolphin Mall and a 16-screen house at Jeff Berkowitz’s Kendall Village Center.

Also in Miami-Dade County, Regal has bought out its leases and closed two existing properties, while junking plans for an 18-screen complex at Lefmark’s proposed Springsgate Village Center in Coral Springs, Broward County.

The Fort Lauderdale-based Muvico chain, which has continued in an expansion mode, could move into some of the former Regal sites, according to industry sources.

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