Irish cinemagoers on the edge of their seats

Odeon boss says we are a nation with very specific requirements when it comes to movie snacks

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
18th October, 2015
Duncan Reynolds, managing director of Odeon UK Picture: Feargal Ward

There are many things which Duncan Reynolds believes are different about the nine-screen, 1,469-seater Odeon cinema in Charlestown in north Dublin which he opened last week. But one of them isn’t the popcorn.

According to the managing director of Odeon UK and Ireland, we are a nation with very specific requirements when it comes to our movie snacks.

“Irish people love butter on their popcorn,” he said. “We haven’t sold it in Britain...

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