In the absence of an uninterrupted stream of new releases, Regal Cinemas will reopen its theaters across the country, including classic movies and screenplays of the audience’s choice.
One of the largest theater chains in the country, Regal Cinemas plans to reopen the venue on July 10 with a 50% limit on theaters in line with social distance guidelines.
The lineup announcement comes just weeks before major studio releases, such as Disney’s “Mulan” on July 24 and Warner Bros. on July 31. “Tenet”.
On July 10, Regal will have screenings for “Black Panther,” “Rocky,” “Offform,” “The Empire Back,” “Inside Out,” and “Jurassic Park.” The Vin Diesel vehicle “Blood Shot”, which originally hit theaters in March, will also be shown, as well as Christopher Nolan’s DC Comics trilogy: “Batman Begins,” “The Dark Knight” and “The Dark Knight Rises.”
The Nolan series will run July 17 with the re-release of “Inception” and “Interstellar”. The 201 live-action remakes of “Bohemian Repasodi,” “Iron Man,” “Jaos,” and “Beauty and the Beast,” will also feature the trilogy “The Lord of the Rings” and “Sonic the Hedgehog,” which hit theaters in February. Was first published.
In addition to these screenings, Regal plans to practice other safety precautions, such as paying for non-communications and increasing the amount of cleanup between screenings. Both employees and customers must wear masks. Vending machines, drinking water fountains, self-service stands, in-theater dining and other restaurants will not be effective.