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  • AMC Jun 19

    AMC Reverses Course, Will Require Guests to Wear Masks at Its Theaters

    AMC reversed course on a controversial policy on Friday, saying it will now require all patrons at its movie theaters to wear face masks in an effort to quell the spread of the coronavirus.

  • coronavirus Jun 3

    AMC Has ‘Substantial Doubt' That It Can Survive Coronavirus Outbreak Shutdown

    The world’s largest movie theater chain said Wednesday it has “substantial doubt” it can remain in business after shuttering all of its locations during the coronavirus pandemic. In April, AMC Theaters said a new debt offering would allow the company to withstand these closures until a partial reopening ahead of Thanksgiving. However, in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission the company disclosed concerns...

  • Los Angeles Nov 2, 2019

    Theater Owners: ‘The Irishman' ‘Deserved Better' Release

    Martin Scorsese’s crime epic “The Irishman” landed in theaters Friday, but not nearly enough of them for theater owners. John Fithian, president and chief executive of National Association of Theater Owners on Friday lamented Netflix’s rollout of one of the year’s most acclaimed films, from one of cinema’s top filmmakers. “Martin Scorsese deserved better,” Fithian said in a...

  • Los Angeles Nov 2, 2019

    Theater Owners: ‘The Irishman' ‘Deserved Better' Release

    Martin Scorsese’s crime epic “The Irishman” landed in theaters Friday, but not nearly enough of them for theater owners. John Fithian, president and chief executive of National Association of Theater Owners on Friday lamented Netflix’s rollout of one of the year’s most acclaimed films, from one of cinema’s top filmmakers. “Martin Scorsese deserved better,” Fithian said in a...

  • DIRECTOR Aug 27, 2019

    Netflix to Give ‘The Irishman' Exclusive Theatrical Release

    Netflix will give “The Irishman” an exclusive theatrical release for about four weeks, providing theaters most of November to play Martin Scorsese’s big-budget crime epic before it lands on the streaming service. Netflix said Tuesday that “The Irishman” will open theatrically Nov. 1 and begin streaming on Nov. 27.

  • BOSTON Feb 1, 2019

    25+ Great Things Happening This Weekend in and Around Boston

    Super Bowl Weekend is finally here! Thankfully there are a ton of great events to keep you busy between now and game time. From First Friday fun to a Lunar New Year celebration and more, we’ve gathered more than two dozen great ways to have fun before the real fun begins Sunday night.

  • United States Jul 31, 2018

    Faced With Losses, MoviePass Discount Tickets Service Hikes Fee

    MoviePass, the discount service for movie tickets, is raising prices by 50 percent and barring viewings of most major releases during the first two weeks. The new $15-a-month rate for up to one movie each day still won’t make MoviePass profitable. Because it typically pays theaters the full cost of tickets — which can be $15 or more in big...

  • NBC Jun 20, 2018

    AMC Launches Monthly Movie Program After Criticizing Subscription Service MoviePass

    About a year after expressing a desire to opt-out of movie subscription service MoviePass, AMC Theatres announced plans Wednesday for a comparable program that will allow customers to see up to three movies per week for one monthly fee. As part of its new AMC Stubs A-List program, moviegoers can see any three movies for $19.95 per month, AMC Chief...

  • Inc. Mar 30, 2017

    ‘Better Call Saul' Pop-Up Restaurant

    Fans of “Better Call Saul” and “Breaking Bad” got a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit a functioning version of “Los Pollos Hermanos,” the iconic restaurant from both series, in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday. The pop-up restaurant is part of AMC’s effort to promote the upcoming season of “Better Call Saul.” It will soon be opening for a few days in...

  • Breaking Bad Mar 30, 2017

    Los Pollos Hermanos Restaurant From ‘Breaking Bad' in LA

    Somebody Better Call Saul. Gus Fring’s infamous chicken chain featured in the TV show “Breaking Bad” was a hit in downtown Los Angeles for two days. The pop-up restaurant will feature Fring’s famous curly fries on Wednesday and Thursday.

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