AMC Theaters says it can open greater than 100 theaters Aug. 20 and most by Sept. 3. AMC plans to supply tickets on Aug. 20 for simply 15 cents.
AMC Theaters plans to open greater than 100 theaters within the U.S. beginning Aug. 20, the corporate has introduced.It can finish a five-month hiatus as a result of coronavirus pandemic.
“The New Mutants” and “Tenet” are two of the large new releases AMC is selling.
The chain plans to supply tickets on Aug. 20 at simply 15 cents per film. The corporate touted the reopening deal as “Motion pictures in 2020 at 1920 Costs.”
Clients can verify the AMC Theaters web site beginning Thursday to see the standing of their theater. The chain says it plans to have two-thirds of its theaters open by Sept. 3, in time for Christopher Nolan’s highly-anticipated “Tenet.” The remaining theaters will open when they’re cleared to take action from state and native authorities, the e-mail stated.
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America’s largest theater chain tried weeks in the past to reopen, however the surge of coronavirus circumstances in components of the nation pressured it to push plans again. AMC additionally confronted backlash in June for initially not making masks use necessary and saying it might defer to native governments. It later introduced it was altering that coverage.
AMC stated it can restrict seating capability and unfold out showtimes to encourage social distancing. All workers and moviegoers should put on face masks, and hand sanitizers and disinfectant wipes can be made accessible. Dealing with of money can be diminished on the field workplace and concession stands and cellular meals ordering can be launched.
“Unhinged” starring Russell Crowe will premiere Aug. 21. The “X-Males” franchise makes its Marvel Cinematic Universe debut with “The New Mutants” on Aug. 28.
AMC stated it can additionally present classics as a part of its restart together with “The Empire Strikes Again,” “Again to the Future,” “Black Panther,” “Magnificence and the Beast,” and “Ghostbusters.”
Regal Cinemas introduced final week it plans to reopen on Aug. 21. It can take comparable measures to advertise security through the pandemic.