Posted on Thursday, September 10th, 2020 by Ben Pearson
If you live in Los Angeles and have been itching to see Christopher Nolan‘s mind-bending new action thriller Tenet on the big screen in the safest possible way, we have good news. Starting tomorrow, Tenet will be playing at Mission Tiki, a drive-in located about 40 minutes outside of the city center. But the fact that it will be playing at that specific theater flies in the face of a Tenet drive-in mandate that Warner Bros. issued a few weeks ago. So what’s going on here? Read More »
Sam Raimi‘s 1981 independent horror classic The Evil Dead was billed as “the ultimate experience in grueling terror,” and now you can get scared all over again in the comfort of your own vehicle.
The Evil Dead is returning to drive-in theaters across the United States, beginning this Saturday in Westbrook, Maine. Get the details below. Read More »
As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic wears on, Hollywood and other industries are finding ways to cope with the rippling effects of shutdowns and quarantine. Some industries are seeing a surprising boom, like drive-in theaters or sellers of Bane masks from The Dark Knight Rises. Meanwhile, movie theaters in Japan are slowly re-opening by showing Hollywood classics like Ben-Hur, The Wizard of Oz, and Blade Runner.
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You don’t have to spend your entire summer indoors. While quarantine will stretch into the summer, Tribeca Enterprises is offering one summer activity that will allow you to keep a responsible social distance. Tribeca is teaming up with IMAX and AT&T to launch the Tribeca Drive-In series this summer, which will bring the drive-in experience (in high-def IMAX) to cities and towns across the U.S. So hop in your car and pretend it’s the 1950s for a few hours, and not our current 2020 hellscape.
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