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jenkins

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Reply #90 on: March 10, 2021, 12:01:43 AM
[a lengthy, very lengthy video of me literally crying because of pandemic fatigue related to the ongoing absence of cartoons in a theater]

^ continuation of a previous conversation o-kay


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Reply #91 on: March 11, 2021, 09:13:33 PM
Here Are The Los Angeles Theater Chains Reopening As Covid Restrictions Are Lifted

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You can count on AMC. The chainís CEO Adam Aron said today on Fox Business Network, ďItíll take a few days to assemble staff but all protocols are set and we will open L.A. theaters one week from tomorrow, no matter what.Ē

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Cinemark has shown to be ready whenever cities have lifted their Covid restrictions.

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TCL has the Chinese 6 and the Imax Chinese Theatre here in town. I hear that the chainís owners were on a conference call at the time of this report to deliberate whether or not to reopen next weekend. Stay tuned.

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Deadline has learned from art house chain Laemmle...wonít reopen for another four to five weeks from this weekend.

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Arclight cinemas, which has the Cinerama Dome in Hollywood, will take some time to come back online.  The chain is waiting for more tentpole feature product to be released by the studios.

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March 26
Nobody (Uni)

March 31
Godzilla v. Kong (WB/Legendary/HBO Max)

April 2
The Unholy (Sony)

April 9
Voyagers (Lionsgate)

April 16
Mortal Kombat (New Line/HBO Max)

April 23
Separation (Open Road)
The Wrath of Man (UAR)

May 7
Black Widow (Disney)

May 14
Those Who Wish Me Dead (WB/HBO Max)
Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway (Sony)

May 21
Spiral (Lionsgate)
Free Guy (20th/Disney)

May 28
Cruella (Disney)
A Quiet Place II (Paramount)

(Not a very 'Soggy' list yet.)
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