Los Angeles cinema opens on Saturday to confirm the screen of the black widow

According to foreign media reports, the governor of California announced that the Los Angeles cinema will reopen as soon as this Saturday (March 13), limiting the attendance of 25 people and accommodating up to 100 people. It's not clear which theaters will reopen this weekend. Some major theaters believe their cinemas won't be operational until March 19.

Cinemas in other parts of California will also be allowed to open one after another if 2 million doses of vaccine are distributed to the underserved population, with fewer than 10 new cases per 100000 people a day.

Los Angeles cinema opens on Saturday to confirm the screen of the black widow

After New York cinema reopened on March 5, the two largest box office markets in the United States showed signs of recovery. Disney CEO Bob chapack also said at the shareholders’ meeting the day before yesterday that Marvel film’s “black widow” will be released in theaters on May 7 and will not stream Disney at the same time.

The reopening of cinemas in New York and Los Angeles is a positive sign for the film industry. In recent weeks, the studios have optimistically adjusted the release dates for silent place 2 (May 28) and Peter Rabbit 2: escape plan (May 14). Universal Pictures’ blockbuster “speed and passion 9” is scheduled for June 25.