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Movie Theaters

  1. dystopia
    MoviePass 2.0 Wants (to Sell) Your AttentionThe plan was to use eyeball-tracking tech to mount a rival, but Stacy Spikes opted to raise the dead instead.
  2. alexa play price tag by jessie j
    AMC Is Charging More for The Batman Than, Say, the Channing Tatum Dog Movie DogSomehow, price gouging feels good in a place like this.
  3. resurrections
    The Cinerama Dome Is Reportedly Reopening After All, We Just Don’t Know WhenThere are conflicting reports as to how long it’ll take.
  4. no time to release a movie
    The Huge Hidden Cost of Holding a MovieAccording to experts across the industry, the financial disarray of COVID-era Hollywood goes much deeper than bankrupt movie-theater chains.
  5. box office
    Dear Evan Hansen and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad ReviewsCould the movie musical be the next Greatest Showman? Early negative reviews suggest yes, but producers hope fans show up anyway.
  6. stand-up
    Inside Inside, Inside (a Movie Theater)Bo Burnham’s special is a much different — and happier — experience when watched on the big screen.
  7. movies
    Quentin Tarantino Buys Historic Los Angeles Vista TheatreThe director says it will likely reopen “around Christmas time” and screen “only film.”
  8. don’t call it a comeback
    How Alamo Drafthouse Battled Back From BankruptcyThe beloved movie-theater chain would like you to know that reports of its death have been greatly exaggerated. Chris Lee reports.
  9. movies
    AMC, Cinemark, and Regal Cinemas Welcome You Back, Mask-FreeProvided you’re vaxxed up, of course.
  10. movie theaters
    Quentin Tarantino’s New Beverly Cinema to Reopen in JuneThe director stepped in to save the revival theater after its previous owner’s passing in 2007.
  11. remembrance
    Why ArcLight Hollywood Was More Than a Movie TheaterThe staff and fans of the legendary Los Angeles theater remember what it was about the venue that made it such a one-of-a-kind home for the movies.
  12. movie theaters
    L.A.’s Beloved ArcLight Cinemas, Pacific Theatres Will Close Permanently“Despite a huge effort that exhausted all potential options, the company does not have a viable way forward.”
  13. movie theaters
    Regal Cinemas to Reopen in AprilWatch Godzilla vs. Kong as it was meant to be seen.
  14. nyc
    Cuomo Announces NYC Movie Theaters Can Reopen at 25 Percent Capacity on March 5Theaters in New York City have been shuttered since March 2020 because of the pandemic.
  15. 2020
    The Year Hollywood Stopped Playing by Its Own RulesIt took a pandemic to force the movie-making business to change its ways. But what does a post-2020 industry really look like?
  16. threequels
    If You Want Her Wonder Woman 3, Patty Jenkins Needs a Theatrical Release“I would like to believe that it is temporary, but I’m not sure I do,” the director says of the Warner Bros. HBO Max model.
  17. the industry
    Here’s How the New Stimulus Package Will Affect the Entertainment IndustryBreaking down the aid for venues, higher piracy punishments, and new Smithsonian museums.
  18. coronavirus
    We’ll Have to Wait a Little Longer for RespectMGM pushed its release date to August 2021.
  19. box office
    What Exactly Does Disney’s ‘Reorganization’ Mean for the Movie Industry?Hollywood’s most dominant box-office force is shifting emphasis away from the blockbuster biz to try to eat Netflix’s lunch.
  20. mutant movies
    The New Mutants Heads to Home Video, Deleted Scenes and AllIn the midst of a pandemic, the X-Men spinoff is unlikely to break even at the box office, so it’s turning to collectible DVD sales instead.
  21. the future
    The Fate of American Movie Theaters Looks Terribly BleakTheater owners across the country explain how they’re going to survive 2020: “It’s a darker time now than when theaters were initially closed.”
  22. movie theaters
    Cineworld Closing U.S. Regal Cinemas and U.K. LocationsFollowing the latest No Time to Die postponement.
  23. box office
    Tenet Rakes in $200 Million at Global Box Office, Struggles StatesideThe Christopher Nolan film pulled in $6.7 million domestically in its second weekend in wide release.
  24. movies
    Here Are All the Movies Scheduled to Hit Theaters in 2020An ever-evolving guide to the year’s major theatrical release dates.
  25. keeping up with the royals
    Queen Elizabeth Cordially Invites You to Watch a Movie at Her Country EstateSandringham Estate will host a drive-in theater.
  26. the industry
    What If the Movie Studios Decide They Don’t Need Theaters After All?The paired fates of Mulan and Tenet may have far-reaching implications for the industry.
  27. box office
    Lots of People Actually Braved the Coronavirus to See Tenet in TheatersThe Christopher Nolan caper racked up $53 million in over 40 countries across its opening five days in release. It hasn’t even opened in the U.S. yet.
  28. fandom
    ‘You Ready to Risk It All?’: What It’s Like to See Tenet in a Movie Theater“Do I feel totally comfortable? No,” said one theater patron in London. “But I don’t know when I’ll ever feel that.”
  29. fall preview
    39 Movies We’re Excited to See This FallWest Side Story, Dune, Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan in a seaside Romance. Will the movies come through?
  30. movies?
    Where in the World Can You See Tenet in a Movie Theater?Turns out, a lot of places.
  31. ask an expert
    Is It Safe to Go to a Movie Theater Right Now?Dr. Robert Lahita attempts to answer all of our questions about cinema’s grand reopening this August.
  32. the movie
    Unhinged Is Still Hell-bent on Becoming the First Post-Lockdown Movie in AmericaThe Russell Crowe thriller wants to “ride the notoriety” of arriving in theaters at a time when moviegoers aren’t guaranteed to show up.
  33. movies
    A New BTS Movie Is Coming to a Theater Near YouThat is, if it’s open.
  34. the industry
    Judge Reverses Decades-Old Antitrust Rules Governing Movie TheatersWhile you were sleeping.
  35. our streaming future
    Will a Comedy Ever Play at a Movie Theater Again?Three writers wonder: Is 2020 the end of the end of laughing out loud at the cinema?
  36. friday night movie club
    The Movie of This Quarantine Summer Is Jurassic ParkRunning from dinosaurs, stress-eating ice cream, filing into a theme park even though it means putting lives at risk — who can’t relate?
  37. former feuds
    What AMC and Universal’s Historic Streaming Deal Really Means for MoviegoersThe theatrical window is closing.
  38. rip summer blockbusters
    You’re Not Seeing Tenet Anytime SoonWarner Bros. officially yanked Christopher Nolan’s movie from its August 12 release date, indefinitely delaying its theatrical rollout.
  39. rip blockbusters
    A Summer Without Movie Theaters Is InevitableTenet’s continuing absence from the big screen could have a chilling effect on the theatrical moviegoing business.
  40. box office
    What to Expect When Movie Theaters Reopen This SummerThe box office is coming back, with or without Tenet. But the industry’s measure of success is going to look a lot different.
  41. reopenings
    AMC To Reopen 75% of its Theaters in July, Will Require Patrons to Wear MasksThe theater chain responded to the no mask backlash saying, “it is clear from this response that we did not go far enough on the usage of masks.
  42. movie theaters
    AMC Theatres Has ‘Substantial Doubt’ It Can ReopenThe company reported it is “generating effectively no revenue.”
  43. movie theaters
    What Will Make Us Feel Comfortable Going to the Movies Again?And what will a post-pandemic theater look like?
  44. summer 2020
    60 Movies We’re Excited to See This SummerIf movies still exist then.
  45. coronavirus
    On a Saturday Night, the Drive-in Movie Theater Is the Only Place to BeAt the Mission Tiki Drive-in, theatergoers are desperate to escape quarantine: “It could be any damn movie! We’re here because we’re here together.”
  46. coronavirus
    How to Get a Refund for All Your TicketsFrom Disney World to your Coachella Airbnb.
  47. quarantine
    Georgia Movie Theaters Can Open Next Week, Says GovernorWhether theaters will actually do that, of course, is a different question.
  48. coronavirus
    ‘This Is the Apocalypse That Has Been on the Horizon for a Long Time’Alex Ross Perry, Kris Rey, TT the Artist and more filmmakers on watching their latest movies, and their industry at large, fall to a pandemic.
  49. coronavirus
    Stream an Indie and Support Your Local Movie Theater TooIn a groundbreaking agreement between indie-movie distributor Kino Lorber and art-house cinemas, we might be able to have our cake and eat it.
  50. coronavirus
    Independent Movie Theaters Across the Country Brace for the WorstTheater owners say COVID-19 poses the biggest challenge since 9/11. Some worry they’re facing a breaking point for theatrical distribution entirely.
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