Honestly I don’t know about you but Television and streaming platforms have become rather boring lately since we’ve been under this pandemic. It’s almost been a year and yes vaccines are rolling out even though it’s going at a slow rate. I’m not even watching regular television shows that I used to watch because it just doesn’t make me happy anymore. I mean we’re at home pretty much 80 percent of the time now unless you go to work, get groceries, walk the pets, go to the gym, and other essential or necessity things.
It’s more boring mostly because well where I live it’s winter and there’s no signs of warmer days until the second or third week of march. I have one child in person learning and for the rest of this week my oldest at home virtually learning which they will go back to in person learning next Tuesday. I think i’ll be in shock for awhile that both kids are in person learning again.
Anyways back to my topic of hopefully we’ll get to go back to theaters unless you’ve already done so in your area. Most local theaters are now offering private viewings for those who wish to take their family and friends and not worry about catching the virus from strangers.
AMC starts their pricing for private screenings at $99 and $149 for opening weekend. You can invite up to 20 people.
Regal Cinema only does private screening through their corporate site and you have to fill out their form online.
Cinemark offers private screenings also starting at $99 in which you can invite up to 20 people.
You can also check out your local independent theaters and see if they’re offering private screenings if they are open.
I don’t know about you but i’m not able to shell out $99 or more just to safely watch a movie and purchase from the concession stand.
There are already movies we missed from last year that slated to come out and that includes:
Tom and Jerry – February 26th, 2021
The Spongebob Movie: Sponge on the run: March 1st, 2021
Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway: April 2, 2021
No Time To Die (newest Bond movie): April 2, 2021
Mortal Kombat (complete reboot): April 16th, 2021
A Quiet Place II: April 23, 2021
Those are just a small few and yes release dates are subject to be changed especially when we don’t know when everyone else will be receiving the vaccine for the virus and even with that you have to get 2 doses and then wait 21 days to be immune or at least not get the severe effects of it.
Most theaters through AMC, Regal, and Cinemark are open at 40 percent capacity or less depending on location and mitigations.
You can check out more upcoming movie information on comingsoon.net