Boris Johnson has announced that face coverings will be legally required in cinemas in England from 8 August.
The sequel to 2016’s zombie action hit, Train To Busan, pulled in S$147,000 in ticket sales in a single day when it opened in cinemas yesterday (15 July).
Cinemas can now reopen from 13 July 2020 onwards, according to a statement by the Infocomm Media Development Authority.
Showcase general manager Mark Barlow has announced safety measures for the re-opening of the company's cinemas.
Chinese authorities have re-opened a swathe of cinemas across the country, after cases of coronavirus have seemingly receded.
Entertainment professionals have offered their skills to assist the NHS in increasing care capacity during the coronavirus pandemic.
Hugh Grant and Money Saving Expert's Martin Lewis have taken swipes at poor-quality cinema experiences this week. So what exactly is going wrong at the multiplex?
Brie Larson popped into a New Jersey cinema to surprise fans watching Captain Marvel on opening weekend.
Singapore media company mm2 Asia has entered into an option agreement with Cathay Cineplexes to acquire the latter's entire cinema business in Singapore as well as the Cathay brand. In a press release on Thursday (2 November), mm2 Asia said it would pay $230 million for Cathay's operations starting with a $15 million deposit, followed by the balance amount within six months after completing the agreement.
Cathay Cineplex will be opening its eighth cinema at Parkway Parade shopping mall this September, according to a press release on Friday (18 August).
The ‘Blair Witch’ is back… and this time, you can feel it. It’s been 17 years since the original ‘Blair Witch Project’ appeared in cinemas, and a lot has changed. The first film was a viral sensation, leveraging creepy ‘missing persons’ flyers and rumours that this film might just be the real deal to create a truly immersive experience.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed the world’s first glasses-free 3D cinema screen, which could pave the way for another boom in 3D’s popularity. It’s called Cinema 3D (inventive!) and functions thanks to “multiple parallax barriers” - devices which are placed in front of an image source to create a glasses-free effect. “Existing approaches to glasses-free 3D require screens whose resolution requirements are so enormous that they are completely impractical,” said MIT professor Wojciech Matusik.
The average price for a cinematic ticket in the United States has hit $8.73 - a new all-time high according to the National Association of Theatre Owners.