AMC plans to reopen their movie theaters in America next week, just in time for their centennial anniversary. To celebrate, the largest movie chain in the world will be offering "movies in 2020 at 1920 prices" for their opening day - August 20th.
Prices back in 1920? 15 cents. Cheap, right? Just like everything else was in 1920.
The theater chain was shut down back in March since the pandemic began and this will be the first time they will open since then.
About 100 locations will open back up on August 20th, with two-thirds of its 600+ US theater locations will be open by the time "Tenet", a new release, hits theaters on September 3.
In the mean time, movies will be re-releases of blockbuster hits like "Black Panther" and "Star Wars".
Of course, AMC will step up health and safety measures such as requiring facemasks in theaters, lowering seat capacity, and upgrading ventilation systems.
After opening day, tickets will still be available for cheaper than usual, costing $5.