AMC Entertainment, Inc., doing business as AMC Theatres (American Multi-Cinema), is the second largest movie theater chain in North America with 5,894 screens, second only to Regal Entertainment Group, and one of the United States's three national cinema chains (Regal and Cinemark Theaters being the others). The chain also has locations in the United Kingdom, France, Spain and Hong Kong. AMC is headquartered in Kansas City. AMC Theatres' slogan is "Experience the Difference," changed at the beginning of the 21st century from "There is a Difference."
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