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Edwards Houston Marq'e Stadium 23 & IMAX

7620 Katy Freeway
Houston, TX 77024
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Twenty-three screens with stadium seating - Edwards Houston Marq'e Stadium 23 & IMAX, located in the mall-like area that near I-10 and Silber, attracts big crowds. Concessions are standard, but couples on dates can avail themselves of several food and drink options within walking distance of the theater.

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