Movie theaters in Los Angeles and New York City hope to reopen on July 10 in a key development for the return of the box office after an unprecedented hiatus.
The country’s two largest moviegoing markets are crucial for Hollywood studios as they gear up to release big-budget tentpoles Mulan on July 24 and Tenet on July 31 (the latter was originally set to open on July 17, but moved last week).
The first two new nationwide releases set to hit the big screen since all indoor cinemas shuttered in mid-March are Solstice Studios’ Russell Crowe road rage thriller Unhinged on July 10 and Sony’s romantic-comedy The Broken Hearts Gallery on July 17.
Regal Cinemas announced Tuesday morning that the majority of its locations will open on July 10, while all 541 U.S. sites will be up and running by July 24. AMC Theatres and Cinemark Theatres are planning on similar phased reopenings.
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