Enlarge / “So… one ticket for The Goonies in 2020 or do you like to attenuate your COVID-19 threat?” (credit score: Yale Joel / Getty Photos)
Might anybody pay you to set foot in a movie show subsequent week? AMC Theaters hasn’t fairly gone that far, however it would ask would-be ticket patrons for a measly $0.15 per ticket in the event that they’re keen to move out for (an outdated) film evening on August 20.
In the present day, per Selection, the theater chain introduced it would reopen 100 of its places mid-pandemic this month. And as a promotion to encourage followers to look the opposite method return regardless of the danger of COVID-19 unfold, AMC will provide in the future of tickets at 1920’s costs—$0.15/every plus tax. The corporate began that yr, however it would start its post-COVID-19 existence with barely less-old movies like Empire Strikes Again, The Goonies, Again to the Future, and Inception.
If the recurring headlines about one other Tenet delay do not give it away, 2020 has been a troublesome time for film theaters. Not solely have these areas been closed for enterprise because the spring, however each their near- and long-term futures look bleak. COVID-19 continues to unfold, making indoor actions in enclosed areas with others (like, say, seeing a movie at a movie show) fairly unappealing. And the pandemic has additionally difficult Hollywood’s skill to provide, that means a dry interval within the launch pipeline appears inevitable sooner or later. In a summer time submitting with the Securities and Trade Fee, AMC stated it anticipated losses between $2.1 and $2.four billion simply in Q1 of 2020 alone.Learn four remaining paragraphs | Feedback
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