The Bruin and the older Village (the one with the Fox sign on the tower) are being taken over by Regency Theatres. The chain takes over April 1. Mann had pulled out of the two theatres at Broxton and Weyburn avenues, throwing their futures into doubt. “We are excited to be adding the iconic Village and Bruin Theaters to the Regency family of theaters,” said Lyndon Golin, president of Regency Theatres, in a release. “These celebrated movie houses have been landmarks in Los Angeles since the 1930’s and we plan to extend their legacy far into the future.” The Village opened in 1931 as a Fox movie house, the Bruin in '37.