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More details are emerging about the in-the-works Upper East Side Anthropologie on the corner of Third Avenue and 71st Street. According to a blurb in WWD today, the 14,500-square-foot and two-story space is slated to open this fall— a couple months before the earlier estimate of December. Also, the shop's new home will not be the defunct Victoria's Secret space, but rather one with a much more loved and storied history: The Loews Tower East movie theater, which shuttered in January. As one of the last surviving single-screen movie theaters, the Loews is captured for posterity on the cover of Tony Bennett's "Love Story" album. [WWD, subscription req'd; NYP; Previously]