First, AMC Theaters decided they have been closed long enough. Now, Cinemark rolls out its “post-COVID” plans to open its U.S. doors by July 17.
Find your bunker, it’s the end times. As in, VOD time as Cinemark and Universal partner for extremely limited theatrical releases.
Breaking the bank just to go to the movies? We all feel it, but these subscription services are turning out to be a godsend. (RIP MoviePass)
There are a few people who need to hear from us cinephiles — and loudly. Movie Theaters CEOs aren’t enforcing CDC guidelines completely. They should.
They’re hit hard by COVID-19. They’re considering bankruptcy. They get a massive loan. And now, AMC Theaters is opening, big. Truly, the stuff for a movie.
Restrictions have lightened. It’s safe to go to the movies. Yet, if you only read a headline of a Dr. Fauci interview, you may never go to the movies again.
With a recent “shift” in business, Disney Plus is looking to cash in at the peril of movie theaters post-COVID. Unfortunately, this is the way.
Feeling bad about missing a movie in its first week? Wait 17 DAYS…and it could be on PPV. That could be the new standard on theatrical releases.
The “Paramount Consent Decrees” allowed for movie theaters to offer anything to the public. Thanks to streaming, those days may be over. And that’s not good.
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