Movie theaters are reopening in time for summer blockbuster season. Are people ready to go back?
How one visual effects and animation firm that services Hollywood and China productions is weathering the COVID-19 pandemic.
Theaters could use the revenue the film could provide, but they'll have to compete with maskless viewing (and cheaper snacks) at home.
The messy reality of eating in the movies goes against most COVID-19 guidelines about eating indoors and social distancing.
The top four films this week are all domestic Chinese films. In the past, at least one of those would be from Hollywood.
There is pent-up demand and cash. A lot of people who haven't lost their jobs also haven't been spending money.
Ticket sales have been dismal this year, and studios are delaying their releases.
Individual donations and corporate philanthropy have helped the Belcourt’s bottom line.
It doesn't look good, considering the pandemic is still raging and there's no additional federal relief yet.