Disney has once again pushed back the theatrical release of its live-action remake of Mulan. Once scheduled to come out in March, the movie was postponed to July 24th, and is now expected to come out on August 21st, 2020.
Now, AMC, who was hoping to reopen nationwide by July, is making a change to their reopening timeline.
And now according to Deadline, AMC has been forced to push back their tentative resumption date. Without major films such as Disney’s Mulan and other would-be summer blockbusters drawing in crowds, they’ve decided to reopen their movie theaters starting July 30th instead of July 15th.
AMC previously released details about plans for its phased reopening which included several new protocols for employees, sanitizing between showings, and rearranging concession sales. You can read about those here!
We’ll continue to monitor AMC’s situation and keep you posted with any further developments!
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