AMC, the world’s largest movie show chain, is delaying its reopening but once more as Hollywood studios push again the discharge of their deliberate summer season blockbusters.
The corporate stated Thursday that it gained’t resume ticket gross sales at its US theaters till “mid-to-late August” as a result of the truth that there aren’t any new motion pictures to point out. AMC had been planning on a phased reopening kicking off July 15 with the hope of being totally operational by July 24, however pushed again the plan July 30 late final month.
The newest delay comes simply days after Warner Bros. indefinitely postponed the discharge of its big-budget spy movie, “Tenet,” which had been slated to hit theaters on August 12. Warner Bros. cited spikes in coronavirus instances throughout the US for the transfer.
“This new timing displays at present anticipated launch dates for a lot anticipated blockbusters like Warner Bros.’ ‘Tenet’ and Disney’s ‘Mulan,’ in addition to launch dates for a number of different new motion pictures,” the corporate in a press release.