AMC movie theaters delay reopening — again – New York Post

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“This brand-new timing shows currently expected release dates for much awaited blockbusters like Warner Bros. Tenet and Disneys Mulan, along with release dates for several other new movies,” the company in a statement.
Disneys “Mulan,” the next hit on the calendar, is slated for the huge screen on August 21. Disney is likewise anticipated to delay release of the live-action reboot of the 1998 animated classic, which might require theaters, shuttered given that mid-March, to stay closed for the whole of the summer hit season.

AMC, the worlds largest theater chain, is delaying its reopening yet once again as Hollywood studios push back the release of their planned summer season hits.

The most current hold-up comes just days after Warner Bros. indefinitely held off the release of its big-budget spy film, “Tenet,” which had actually been slated to hit theaters on August 12. Warner Bros. pointed out spikes in coronavirus cases throughout the United States for the relocation.

The business stated Thursday that it wont resume ticket sales at its US theaters until “mid-to-late August” due to the fact that there are no new films to show. AMC had actually been intending on a phased resuming kicking off July 15 with the hope of being fully functional by July 24, but pressed back the strategy July 30 late last month.