Connect with us
Cinemark eyes July 1 reopening

Movies

Cinemark eyes July 1 reopening

You may be able to start going to movie theaters again relatively soon.

The coronavirus has hit all aspects of life — from how people work to how they enjoy their entertainment, everything has changed in the past few months. This has extended to the all of the major sports leagues and into the movie industry.

Thankfully, today Cinemark announced some good news: they are planning to begin reopening theaters on July 1st. This will not be rushed into — the plan is to open theaters “county by county” and “state by state”. Theaters will initially open playing older movies and have limited seating. There is also a possibility they will only open on certain days.

The tentative plan is to begin reopening in July. Over the course of the next three months, Cinemark will slowly ramp up offerings. Obviously, everything will be dependent on what is happening in the country.

“A return to normalcy may span multiple months driven by staggered theater openings due to government limits, reduced operating hours, lingering social distancing and a ramp-up of consumer comfort with public gatherings,” Cinemark CEO Mark Zoradi said on a morning call to update Wall Street analysts.

Join the AIPT Patreon

Want to take our relationship to the next level? Become a patron today to gain access to exclusive perks, such as:

  • ❌ Remove all ads on the website
  • 💬 Join our Discord community, where we chat about the latest news and releases from everything we cover on AIPT
  • 📗 Access to our monthly book club
  • 📦 Get a physical trade paperback shipped to you every month
  • 💥 And more!
Sign up today
Comments

In Case You Missed It

Marvel Preview: Venom #30 Marvel Preview: Venom #30

Marvel Preview: Venom #30

Comic Books

Marvel Comics announces SDCC 2023 booth details, panels, merchandise, and more Marvel Comics announces SDCC 2023 booth details, panels, merchandise, and more

Marvel editor Tom Brevoort details how Marvel editorial works

Comic Books

Rob Liefeld is retiring from drawing and writing Marvel's Deadpool Rob Liefeld is retiring from drawing and writing Marvel's Deadpool

Rob Liefeld is retiring from drawing and writing Marvel’s Deadpool

Comic Books

Marvel Preview: Fantastic Four #17 Marvel Preview: Fantastic Four #17

Marvel Preview: Fantastic Four #17

Comic Books

Connect
Newsletter Signup