AMC Theaters Have Pushed Back Their Opening Date Once Again

AMC Theaters have pushed back their opening date once again due to the COVID-19 rises across the country.

They just announced that they are now looking at opening back up mid to late August. AMC released a statement that said: "This new timing reflects currently expected release dates for much-anticipated blockbusters like Warner Bros.' 'Tenet' and Disney's 'Mulan,' as well as release dates for several other new movies coming to AMC's big screens." AMC is making sure when they reopen that their locations stay coronavirus free, they even worked with health experts to figure out ways to keep their guests socially distanced and reduce interactions between staff and guests.

AMC theaters have been operating with almost no revenue since March. Overseas, AMC locations have about one third of their locations in Europe and the Middle East operating.

What are your thoughts on this? Are you upset they pushed back the opening date?

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