Los Angeles movie theaters

Update: Los Angeles County officials confirm that starting on Monday, March 15, 2021, Los Angeles movie theaters will be able to reopen “with reserved seating only where each group is seated with at least 6 feet of distance in all directions between any other groups.” Monday also marks the days that museums, zoos, and aquariums can open indoors at 25% capacity; gyms, fitness centers, yoga and dance studios can open indoors at 10% capacity with masks; restaurants can open indoors at 25% max capacity under certain conditions; and more. Our original article from March 9 follows.

Since the pandemic caused the theatrical exhibition industry to come to an abrupt halt last year, some theaters have slowly reopened across the country. But until last week, the nation’s two biggest markets – New York and Los Angeles – remained shuttered. New York has been back in action for a few days, and today, new projections indicate that Los Angeles movie theaters could reopen as soon as next week based on the number of coronavirus cases in the area. Read More »

los angeles productions

The show won’t go on in Los Angeles, where film and TV productions have come to a standstill amid a massive surge in coronavirus (COVID-19) cases and deaths. Film and TV productions have been exempt from coronavirus restrictions since the stay-at-home order was instituted in early December, but as cases in Los Angeles County surpassed 800,000 this past weekend, Hollywood productions have come to a screeching halt.

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more commercials in movie theaters

The lights are going out in the movie theaters of two of the biggest cities in the country. New York and Los Angeles movie theaters are closing in response to the coronavirus pandemic. It will be the first time in history that movie theaters have shuttered en masse over an issue that is not weather-related.

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Lost concert

Are you ready to go back to the Island? If you’re in Los Angeles this September, LOST composer Michael Giacchino will be conducting a live performance of his legendary score for the acclaimed ABC drama, and you can be there in person to see it. Get all the details about the LOST concert below. Read More »