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French Movie Theaters to Reopen on Dec. 15

France, which has been on lockdown since Oct. 30 to curb the second wave of the pandemic, will see its cinemas, theaters and museum reopen on Dec. 15. French president Emmanuel Macron unveiled some gradual measures to ease the lockdown on Tuesday during a televised address.

“The peak of the second wave of the pandemic has passed. Our efforts, your efforts have paid off,” said Macron. So far, 50,000 people have died from COVID-19 in France.

Starting on Nov. 28, small shops and religious sites will be allowed to reopen. On Dec. 15, theaters, cinemas and museums will reopen but a 9 p.m.-7 a.m. curfew will be restored. A 9 p.m. curfew was previously put in place in mid-October, before the country went into lockdown.

The lockdown is expected to be loosened even more around Jan. 20. “If the number of cases remains below 5,000 cases per day, gyms and

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Reboot will not get release date until movie theaters reopen

Fans have been eagerly anticipating seeing anything from the new MORTAL KOMBAT reboot but, according to producer and head of Broken Road Pictures Todd Garner, we won’t be seeing anything from the film until more movie theaters reopen.

News on the status of the reboot came from Garner via Twitter. A fan, in response to one of his recent tweets, asked if fans might get a “surprise reveal” regarding the film. Unfortunately, Garner had to rain on the parade a bit by revealing the film is currently conducting a few days of reshoots that were originally scheduled to take place in March. Hollywood went dark in March due to the global pandemic and this has caused the film’s release date to come into question. According to Garner, that won’t gain any traction until movie theaters stabilize a bit:

“Well, I thought by the casts’ social media you would’ve figured

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Mortal Kombat Reboot Won’t Get a Trailer or Release Date Until Movie Theaters Reopen

Mortal Kombat fans who have been eagerly awaiting the new movie will have to exercise some patience. Todd Garner, head of Broken Road Pictures and a producer on the upcoming reboot, has revealed that the movie is currently without a release date. This means that we shouldn’t expect a trailer online any time soon. At least not until the situation with movie theaters stabilizes a bit.

The reveal came from Todd Garner on Twitter. A fan, in response to one of his recent tweets, asked if we might expect any “surprise reveal” regarding the Mortal Kombat reboot. Garner, unfortunately, had to step in and pour some cold water on the situation. The movie is currently conducting a few days of reshoots that were originally scheduled to take place back in March. Meanwhile, they are waiting for a new release date. Here’s what Garner had to say about it.

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Hudson Valley Movie Theaters Preparing To Reopen

HUDSON VALLEY, NY — Following the news that movie theaters in New York can now reopen with restrictions, several theaters in the Hudson Valley are preparing to open their doors to the public once again.

On Saturday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced during a briefing that theaters across the state, excluding those in New York City, can reopen starting Friday.

The order allows movie theaters to open at 25 percent capacity and carries with it mandatory guidelines, social distancing requirements and other precautions such as:

  • Movie theaters will only be allowed to reopen if the county of locations has an average positive coronavirus testing rate of less than 2 percent in a 14-day period.

  • Masks will be required at all times except when seated, eating or drinking.

  • Assigned seating will be required.

  • Additional staffing will be required to ensure compliance in occupancy, traffic and seating.

  • Theaters will be required to meet

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Disneyland won’t reopen soon, ballot box set on fire in L.A. suburb

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Disneyland, Universal Studios Hollywood and other top attractions won’t reopen anytime soon, based on new guidelines from California.

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Plus: The state attorney general sues the GOP over its ballot drop boxes. Counties push back against state reopening guidelines. Greenhouse gas emissions increase. And a drive-in World Series viewing party.

I’m Erin Rode, housing reporter for the Ventura County Star, with Tuesday’s California headlines. 

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Don’t count on a Disneyland trip anytime soon

Standing in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Park, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and their pals welcome visitors from all over the world. (Photo: Joshua Sudock/Disneyland Resort)

California issued guidelines for the reopening of theme parks Tuesday. While smaller parks could open soon, it will be a while before

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Movie theaters in New York outside NYC can reopen October 23, with limits

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced at a press conference on Saturday that movie theaters in the state — but not in New York City — can reopen at 25% capacity starting October 23. Theaters have been closed since mid-March, when the state went into lockdown.



Andrew Cuomo wearing a suit and tie: New York Governor Cuomo Holds Briefing In New York


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New York Governor Cuomo Holds Briefing In New York

The limited reopening will only apply to counties that have an infection rate below 2% on a 14-day average and have no COVID-19 hot spots. Those stipulations rule out several counties including, Rockland, Orange and Broome.

New Yorkers going to the movies for the first time in nearly seven months will be required to wear masks and social distance from other patrons. Only 50 people will be allowed per screen.

Cuomo held his press conference as the U.S. faces a fall coronavirus surge that is seeing states nationwide report record numbers

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Cuomo Allows Cinemas Outside The City To Reopen On October 23

During a press conference on Saturday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced movie theaters outside of New York City can reopen at 25% capacity, or up to 50 people per screen on October 23rd. We also hear they can sell concessions. This is in effect for all counties with infection rates that are below 2% on a 14-day average.

“We hit 160,000 tests in one day, which is a record number and the highest we’ve ever done. When you’re doing that level of tests you get down to the block level. And then, when you start to see a cluster, you oversample in that cluster, so you get even more data,” said Cuomo. “Beginning October 23, movie theaters outside of New York City will be allowed to reopen at 25 percent capacity with up to 50 people maximum per screen. This is outside of New York City in areas that

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Movie theaters can reopen in NY, aside from in NYC, next week

The months-long shutdown of movie theaters in New York is set to end — in part — next week.

Movie theaters across the state, aside from New York City, can reopen Friday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Saturday during a briefing. Theaters can reopen at 25 percent capacity, he said, and can have no more than 50 movie goers in front of each screen.

Theaters have been closed for months due to the coronavirus pandemic and are among the last businesses to get the green light to reopen.

There are parameters, however, for reopening.

To reopen movie theaters, counties must have no coronavirus cluster zones and positive coronavirus rates below 2 percent.

  • Theaters and moviegoers must adhere to the following guidelines, according to Cuomo:
  • Masks will be required at all times except when seated and eating or drinking.
  • Assigned seating will be required in all theaters.
  • Social distancing between parties will
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Movie theaters outside New York City to reopen at 25% capacity, Cuomo says

By Maria Caspani



Andrew Cuomo wearing a suit and tie: Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo speaks at the unveiling for the Mother Cabrini statue


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Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo speaks at the unveiling for the Mother Cabrini statue

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Movie theaters outside of New York City will be allowed to reopen on Oct. 23 after a months-long hiatus spurred by the coronavirus, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Saturday.

Theaters will be required to cap capacity at 25% with a maximum of 50 people per screen, and only in counties that have a positivity rate below 2% on the 14-day-average and no cluster areas, Cuomo said.

Moviegoers will be required to wear masks except when seated and eating or drinking. Theaters will be required to meet enhanced standards for air filtration and ventilation.

The governor announced the move at a Saturday briefing where he said New York was making progress in tackling COVID-19 “clusters” in certain areas of the state, including Brooklyn and

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Movie theaters in New York outside NYC can reopen with limits October 23, Cuomo announces

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced at a press conference on Saturday that movie theaters in the state — but not in New York City — can reopen at 25% capacity starting October 23. Theaters have been closed since mid-March, when the state went into lockdown.

The limited reopening will only apply to counties that have an infection rate below 2% on a 14-day average and have no COVID-19 hot spots. Those stipulations rule out several counties including, Rockland, Orange and Broome.

New Yorkers going to the movies for the first time in nearly seven months will be required to wear masks and social distance from other patrons. Only 50 people will be allowed per screen.

Cuomo held his press conference as the U.S. faces a fall coronavirus surge that is seeing states nationwide report record numbers of new COVID-19 cases.

“The fall, you’re going to see an increased viral

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