There are three theatres on the Paramount Pictures lot — a big swanky one, an older smaller one and an upstairs screening room above the older one. The theatres have different names but calling one venue “the Sherry Lansing theatre” and another one the blah-dee-blah theatre is too vague. It would be much simpler and clearer if Paramount publicists would just say in their invites that they’ll be screening their new movie at “the big swanky theatre,” “the older little theatre” or “that old funky screening room upstairs.” Keep it simple and colloquial and you can’t go wrong.