Regal Cinemas to show classic Films for coronavirus reopening
The move comes just weeks before the launch of”Mulan” on July 24 and”Tenet” on July 31.
In agreement with the social distancing guidelines of the CDC, all theaters will have a 50 percent reduced capacity when they reopen on July 10. Additionally, Regal increases cleanings between showings as well as introducing contactless payment.
According to Variety, the theatre chain plans to reveal favorites such as”The Empire Strikes Back,””Jaws” and”Black Panther.”
Employees and customers are also required to wear gloves and facemasks.
The National Association of Theatre Owners has also issued guidelines for the reopening of movie theaters.
Regal Cinemas, among the largest movie theater chains in the US, has announced a plan to show classic movies and fan favorites when they reopen instead of blockbuster titles.