Miss Going To The Movie Theater? Find Out When These Films Will Be Coming Your Way | Celebrity Page

July was supposed to be the month movie studios and movie theatres got back to business. But record new outbreaks of the Coronavirus are now putting those plans on hold...


Unhinged delayed until (at least) July 31st

The producers of Unhinged aren't apologizing. Instead they are moving back its release date (again) as cases of Covid-19 continue to spike across the country.

The Russell Crowe action thriller was supposed to be among the first big Hollywood films released to movie theatres, since the lockdown. But now that's on hold.

Mulan delayed until (at least) August 21st

Most of the big multiplex chains had been timing their reopening for mid-July around planned releases like Mulan and Tenet...

Tenet delayed until (at least) August 12th

...but both of those films, now also pushed back again.

Regal Cinemas closed until (at least) July 31st

Regal Cinemas had planned to reopen by July 10th with theater capacity reduced to 50% for social distancing and face-masks required for all guests.

AMC Theatres closed until (at least) July 30th

AMC also requiring face masks, a decision that came after much public backlash. The nation's largest chain planned to be back up and running by July 15th and promised reduced capacity, and other safety measures like disinfecting theaters each night.

Cinemark Theatres full opening delayed until (at least) July 31st

At Cinemark, many of their theaters will reopen on July 24th, showing classic movies at discounted prices.

They had planned to have all of their facilities open by July 17th, in time for Sony's planned release of The Broken Hearts Gallery. Now both have been pushed back.

Broken Hearts Gallery delayed until (at least) August 7th

Are audiences willing to risk being inside auditoriums, even as the Coronavirus continues to spread?

With film studios and theater owners changing their plans, daily, it remains to be seen if fans really are ready to return to the movies...

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