The studio has issued a statement saying it wants to support the industry by releasing the film into cinemas.
Boris Johnson has announced that face coverings will be legally required in cinemas in England from 8 August.
Strange times call for strange movies suddenly topping the UK box office, decades after they were first released.
Staff at Cineworld are petitioning the owners of the chain for customers to wear masks when venues re-open in July.
Cineworld has expanded its multiplex at the Millennium Dome, adding 8 new screens, to make it London’s biggest cinema.The cinema chain held a gala opening at its Greenwich Peninsula location, the Cineworld at The O2, last night to celebrate the expansion which includes three new VIP screening rooms and a 4DX auditorium.The cinema now boasts 4,500 seats across 19 screens, complementing the existing Superscreen and ScreenX immersive technologies, making it “one of the UK’s most technologically advanced cinemas” according to the blurb.The biggest cinema in the UK is the Vue at Star City in Birmingham, which has 25 screens and over 5,000 seats.David Spence, General Manager of Cineworld at The O2 said: “We are delighted to offer Londoners a vast world of viewing possibilities with the latest in cinema technology. From extreme cinema with snow, fog and water alongside chairs that vibrate and move, to supreme comfort with reclining seats and complimentary dining. We are excited to represent the future of entertainment and cinema in UK.”Read more: UK’s first Dolby Cinema opens in London
The cinema chain Cineworld has withdrawn its support from BAFTA, following wins for the streaming movie Roma at this year's awards.
A special screening of the new Mamma Mia movie arranged for a fan who suffers from dementia was a huge success after being held at a cinema in Newport.
The takeover would put the combined company in a better position to take on industry leader AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc , and give it more scale to fight growing competition from Netflix Inc, Apple Inc and other digital outlets. Regal is three times larger than Cineworld by market value and the combined company would have about 9,542 screens, with 7,315 screens in the United States. Cineworld Chief Executive Mooky Greidinger brushed aside those concerns.
The ‘Blair Witch’ is back… and this time, you can feel it. It’s been 17 years since the original ‘Blair Witch Project’ appeared in cinemas, and a lot has changed. The first film was a viral sensation, leveraging creepy ‘missing persons’ flyers and rumours that this film might just be the real deal to create a truly immersive experience.
British cinema is in rude health right now. In 2015, box office revenues exceeded £1.2 billion making it the biggest year in UK film history, and it’s not just because of inflated ticket prices.
We’ve all heard nightmare tales from friends and family about an unpleasant cinema experience they’ve had. Whether it’s people talking loudly, phones going off, or worse - but it appears no one is inclined to complain at the time.
UPDATE: The UK distributors of ‘The Hateful Eight’ have revealed that a dispute over the exclusive rights to show the extended 70mm “Roadshow” presentation of Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming western is the reason the film won’t be coming to Cineworld, Curzon, and Picturehouse cinemas when it’s released this Friday. The statement on the Guardian reads: “Cineworld had made us aware that they were very unhappy that The Hateful Eight had been booked into the Odeon Leicester Square for an exclusive 70mm Ultra Panavision presentation, and specifically that they would therefore not be able to play the film at their Picturehouse Central venue. Due to the special facilities required for the unique 70mm Ultra Panavision presentation we needed the largest theatre and screen possible in the West End and the Odeon Leicester Square was the natural choice.