AMC Theatres has been closed since March due the coronavirus pandemic, but they are officially reopening its theaters next week and tickets will only be 15 cents. AMC is doing this to commemorate "movies in 2020 at 1920 prices" on opening day. The movie theater chain says they expect two-thirds of its movie theaters to be open by the time Christopher Nolan's movie "Tenet" comes to theaters on September 3rd. Of course, the theaters will only open "after authorized to do so by state and local officials." They will be implementing new safety and health measures including requiring all guests to wear masks, lowering theater capacity and upgrading ventilation systems. After opening day, tickets will still be pretty cheap as it will cost only $5 to see movies like "Inception," "Black Panther," "Back to the Future" and "The Empire Strikes Back." AMC plans on bringing back older films since movies have been at a standstill because of the pandemic. There will also be a discount on concessions through the end of October so snacks like popcorn will be $5.
Do you plan on going to the movies as soon as it reopens?
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