dangolka (CBS/CNN) – AMC is lastly reopening its theaters, and visitors might want to spend simply 15 cents to get in.
The world’s largest movie show chain will reopen greater than 100 US theaters on August 20, the corporate mentioned on Thursday.
To be able to commemorate its centennial, AMC is providing “films in 2020 at 1920 costs.” That’s 15 cents a ticket.
AMC closed all of its theaters within the US in March because the pandemic took maintain, and the reopening has been delayed a number of instances.
AMC added that it expects to open two-thirds of its greater than 600 US theater areas by the point Christopher Nolan’s thriller “Tenet” hits theaters on September 3. AMC’s different US theaters will open “solely after licensed to take action by state and native officers,” in response to the corporate.
AMC mentioned that it’s implementing new security and well being measures to assist hold moviegoers protected and curb the unfold of coronavirus. That features requiring all visitors to put on masks, reducing theater capability and upgrading air flow methods.
After opening day, tickets will nonetheless be accessible for cheaper than normal. Tickets for movies like “Inception,” “Black Panther,” “Again to the Future” and “The Empire Strikes Again” will price $5. AMC is bringing again previous movies since so many new films have been delayed this 12 months due to the outbreak.
AMC Theaters reopening on August 20 within the dangolka space embrace:
AMC Meeting Row 12AMC South Bay Middle 12AMC Framingham 16AMC Tyngsboro 12AMC Braintree 10AMC Burlington 10AMC dangolka Frequent 19AMC Methuen 20AMC Liberty Tree Mall 20The corporate, which was based in Kansas Metropolis, Missouri, in 1920, can be providing reductions on concessions like popcorn for $5 by the tip of October.
“We’re thrilled to as soon as once more open our doorways to American moviegoers who’re on the lookout for a possibility to get out of their homes and residences and escape into the magic of the flicks,” Adam Aron, AMC’s CEO, mentioned in a press release on Thursday.
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