Where to Go to See the New Matrix in Chicago

The Matrix series returns to the big screen with the premiere of The Matrix Resurrections this winter. With action-packed scenes and a gripping storyline, there’s no doubt you’ll want to catch this film in theaters. Keep reading to discover the best movie theaters in Chicago to see The Matrix Resurrections.

The New 400 Theater

6746 N Sheridan Rd, Chicago, IL 60626

Located in Rogers Park, this movie theater claims to be the longest continually operating theater in Chicago. Tickets for adults are only $8.50 for an evening show, making it an affordable option to see The Matrix Resurrections.


Regal Webster Place 11

1471 W Webster Ave, Chicago, IL 60614


At this movie theater in Lincoln Park, you’ll find comfortable reclining seats and a convenient parking lot behind the building. Grab a slice of pizza at Pequod’s across the street before the movie.

Regal City North 4D & IMAX

2600 N Western Ave, Chicago, IL 60647

With plush chairs and the option to reserve your own seat, this West Lakeview theater is a favorite for many. One added benefit to this theater is a parking garage located nearby that moviegoers can park in for a small fee. 

AMC Norridge 6

4520 N. Harlem Ave., Norridge, IL

Located on the far northwest side of the city, the AMC Norridge 6 boasts reclining seats, large screens, and clean theaters. Therefore, if you want to go see Matrix in Chicago but don’t want to go all the way into downtown, AMC Norridge 6 would be your perfect choice.

Harper Theater

5238 South Harper Avenue, Chicago, IL 60615

This small Hyde Park theater has a big history to tell. Designed by Horatio Wilson, one of Chicago’s most popular architects, Harper Theater first opened its doors in 1915 to patrons. After closing its doors in 2002, the theater was later renovated and reopened in 2012, bringing films back to the Hyde Park neighborhood. 

The Logan Theatre

2646 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL 60647

This historic theater has been a staple in the Logan Square neighborhood since 1915 when it opened with just one screen. Now fully restored with updated seating and sound systems, The Logan Theatre offers a high-quality movie experience while preserving its Art Deco charm.

Classic Cinemas Lake Theatre

1022 Lake St, Oak Park, IL 60301

This Classic Cinemas location in Oak Park offers affordable ticket prices and the phrase we all want to hear: free refills on popcorn and soda. This theater also has a good selection of indie films and older classics. So make sure you check their website and social media regularly to see what hidden gem is on the schedule!

The Davis Theater

4614 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60625

More than 100 years old, the beautifully restored Davis Theater in the Lincoln Square neighborhood is a dream for movie buffs and casual viewers alike. Before you grab a seat for the new Matrix movie, make sure to stop by concessions and pick up some gourmet popcorn.

AMC River East 21

322 East Illinois Street, Chicago, Illinois 60611

With multiple screens and a variety of showtimes, the AMC River East 21 theater provides an easy-going experience for those looking to catch a film in Streeterville. Other movies currently showing include West Side Story, The King’s Man, House of Gucci, and Ghostbusters: Afterlife.

Showplace Icon Theatre at Roosevelt Collections

1011 South Delano Court East, Chicago, IL 60605

This sophisticated South Loop theater features a lounge with food and drinks to enjoy before the show. Purchase the VIP tickets for reserved seating and personalized service. Stop by during Happy Hour from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays for discounted drinks. Showplace Icon also has unique movie selections you can’t view anywhere else. For example, they’re the only theater showing subbed and dubbed version of Belle, an anime masterpiece.

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