When Are Movie Theaters Open?

When Are Movie Theaters Open?

You may have asked yourself, “When are movie theaters open?” Perhaps you are a film buff. If so, you will be excited to learn that reopened COVID-19 movie theaters are coming back to New York City. Drive-in theaters will soon be coming back to Westchester County, too. And if you are in Aberdeen, be sure to check out the Film Forum, which opens on March 31. And don’t forget about the All American Steakhouse & Sports Theater, opening February 11th.

COVID-19 movie theaters reopening in New York City

The first reopening of a movie theater in New York City since the Covid-19 pandemic is set for March 5, with a limited capacity. In New York City, most movie-industry workers live in New York and Los Angeles, so theaters hold a special symbolic meaning for the city. Despite the heightened public health risk, theaters in the Big Apple have been the first major U.S. city to close their doors following the pandemic, and the worst affected area in the country.

The state of New York is trying to reduce the number of people who will get the virus by limiting movie-theater capacity. This new regulation will allow theaters to reopen at 25% capacity, with a maximum of 50 people per screening. In addition, movie theaters will be required to use masks and other social distancing tactics and follow specific guidelines for air purification and air filtration.

Despite the health risks, the state is slowly returning to normal. New York is a hot spot of the disease, so its gradual reopening will be welcomed by movie-goers. But there’s still a long way to go. In the meantime, “Tom & Jerry” dominated the box office last weekend. Universal Pictures is advancing the “Fast & Furious” sequel from May to June, as well as other movies that were moved to the summer calendar.

While New York’s government has made the necessary arrangements for theaters to reopen, the reopening of movie theaters in other regions has not been as straightforward. When Cuomo announced the reopening of theaters on February 22, operators and other operators expressed their displeasure with the 12-day notice, the timing, and the 75 percent deficit. The theaters were also reportedly operating at a reduced capacity, which is not good for business.

Drive-in movie theaters reopening in Westchester County

If you’ve missed a drive-in movie, this spring and summer you’re in luck. New York’s Hudson Valley is home to four drive-in movie theaters, including the Hollowbrook Drive-In. The Hollowbrook Drive-In closed its doors in 1984, but it reopened last weekend with Trolls and Harley Quinn. On May 22, the Four Brothers Drive-in will be showing Ford V Ferrari and Jumanji: The Next Level. Another drive-in theater is the Hiway Drive-In Theater located on Route 9W between Coxsackie and Catskill, in Westchester County. The Hiway Drive-In was built in 1951 and takes pride in providing a great moviegoing experience. The film lineup for May 22 includes Bad Boys for Life, Bloodshot, and Trolls.

Despite the dangers associated with COVID, the reopening of the Mamaroneck Drive-in is welcome news for the neighborhood. Located at 243 Mamaroneck Ave., the Mamaroneck Drive-in offers eight screens and powered recliners. The theater is equipped with surround sound and will feature the new Disney-Pixar film “Lightyear.” In addition, Mamaroneck will offer Paramount Pictures’ “Top Gun: Maverick” and Universal Pictures’ ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ in its first-time run.

The Mount Kisco Theater and Regal Cinemas multiplex will offer covered concessions and hand sanitizing stations throughout the theater. Moreover, the theaters will have extensive cleaning protocols throughout the day. The intervals between showings will be longer than usual. Moreover, some communities have turned their parking lots into drive-in movie theaters. However, it’s too late to make an impact on these two movie theaters.

A classic drive-in in Middletown will be opening its doors again this summer. Tickets to the Fair Oaks Drive-In cost $25 per carload or $45 for a family pack. A family pack includes four 16-ounce sodas and jumbo popcorn. Some events are more popular than others, including the return of the Invisible Man. There are only a few drive-ins left open in the Hudson Valley.

Film Forum opening in Aberdeen on March 31

If you’re in the area and want to catch some great films, you can do so at the new Film Forum opening in Aberdeen on March 31. The Film Forum has an endowment of $6 million and is responsible for improving the quality of classic film presentation in the U.S. In order to apply, submit a two-page letter outlining why you’d like to attend. The submission must be accompanied by a resume.

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