Sure, most of these rooms would cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, if not millions, to recreate in your own home, but going to the movies is so expensive these days you’d probably see a return on your investment before Hollywood reboots the Spider-Man franchise again.
Photo: Kipnis Studio Standard
Inspired by Disney’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, this submarine screening room is 20,000 kinds of awesome.
And here’s another Nautilus-themed setup.
The force is strong with this one. Indeed, Death Star-like space even includes a life-size statue of Han Solo frozen in carbonite — Jabba the Hutt’s favorite decoration!
The movie room of this San Francisco townhouse in Lenox Hill is so opulent it even has its own balcony. Want a private screening? You can buy the entire 19-room home for a paltry $98 million.
The perfect room to host your next Game of Thrones viewing party.
Wine cellar > popcorn stand.
Three cheers for this sports lover’s cinema.
Also the above ode to baseball.
The star ceiling will make you feel like you’re at the drive-in.
This room isn’t so much about the screen as it is the hybrid couch-bed.
Photo: Elite HTS
The home theater Gotham deserves, but not the one it needs right now.
Hooray for beer holders in reclining chairs.
A classic design for lovers of classic cinema.
Photos: Douglas Elliman Real Estate
Just one of the Star Trek-themed rooms in this $35 million Florida estate.