Located along Hollywood's Walk of Fame between Las Palmas and McCadden avenues, the Egyptian's 616-seat Lloyd E. Rigler Theatre features state-of-the-art sound and projection on a 57-foot screen. It also houses the 78-seat Spielberg screening room.

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