1. Can Movie Theaters Survive the Coronavirus Crisis?  Variety
  2. Movie Theaters May Open For Free When Coronavirus Shutdown Ends  Screen Rant
  3. NATO Applauds Senate Stimulus Package: “Movie Theaters Can Get Through This Crisis…& Re-Open”  Deadline
  4. U.S. Movie Theater Owners Applaud Senate Passage of Relief Package  Variety
  5. Movie Theaters Aren't Worried About Streaming After the Coronavirus  Screen Rant
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Already imperiled movie theaters are feeling the pinch after being forced to close during the coronavirus outbreak. Will they recover?Already imperiled movie theaters are feeling the pinch after being forced to close during the coronavirus outbreak. Will they recover?

Can Movie Theaters Rebound Following Coronavirus Outbreak Closures? – Variety

Movie theaters are down for the count right now, but when they open following the coronavirus pandemic, they may be free to attend at the start.This is even better than MoviePass.

Movie Theaters May Open For Free When Coronavirus Shutdown Ends

In advance of the Senate's passage of the $2 trillion relief bill, The National Association of Theatre Owners already is celebrating the agreement as a big win for movie theaters, particularly the $454B loan guarantee fund which will help cinemas get by on their fixed costs as local and state gover...In advance of the Senate’s passage of the $2 trillion relief bill, The National Association of Theatre Owners already is celebrating the agreement as a big win for movie theaters, particularl…

NATO Applauds Senate Stimulus Package: “Movie Theaters Can Get Through This Crisis” – Deadline

“After the coronavirus crisis forced all cinemas to close, one movie theater owner in Fairfax, Va. has been selling curbside popcorn to pay his employees https://t.co/DUl5huGIZ8”

Rebecca Rubin on Twitter: "After the coronavirus crisis forced all cinemas to close, one movie theater owner in Fairfax, Va. has been selling curbside popcorn to pay his employees https://t.co/DUl5huGIZ8"

““The director of Lin-Manuel Miranda's 'In the Heights' explains the movie's delayed release due to the coronavirus and why it must be shown in theaters” https://t.co/TCEjsmQ4SY via @thisisinsider”

Jon M. Chu on Twitter: "“The director of Lin-Manuel Miranda's 'In the Heights' explains the movie's delayed release due to the coronavirus and why it must be shown in theaters” https://t.co/TCEjsmQ4SY via @thisisinsider"

“In the wake of some dubious employment practices by cinemas and others, we're asking for stories from arts workers who have been treated dismally during the coronavirus outbreak - whether salaried, temporary or freelance. Fill in the form here: https://t.co/6g2ClNRrwS”

Ben Beaumont-Thomas on Twitter: "In the wake of some dubious employment practices by cinemas and others, we're asking for stories from arts workers who have been treated dismally during the coronavirus outbreak - whether salaried, temporary or freelance. Fill in the form here: https://t.co/6g2ClNRrwS"

“The last movie I saw in theatres before corona closures was the first movie I've ever walked out of in my life. This feels wildly, horrifically, and eerily apt.”

Anna Klassen on Twitter: "The last movie I saw in theatres before corona closures was the first movie I've ever walked out of in my life. This feels wildly, horrifically, and eerily apt."

National Association of Theater Owners CCO Patrick Corcoran says movie theaters aren't worried about streaming in the wake of the coronavirus.No, Netflix isn't killing film theaters.

Movie Theaters Aren't Worried About Streaming After the Coronavirus

The National Association of Theatre Owners has applauded the Senate's agreement to provide economic relief to the exhibition business.The National Association of Theatre Owners has applauded the Senate's agreement to provide economic relief to the exhibition business.

U.S. Movie Theater Owners Applaud Senate Passage of Relief Package – Variety

Coronavirus has changed the world and its relationship with the box office and movie theaters. Can movie distribution cope with a digital streaming future?Coronavirus has changed the world and its relationship with the box office and movie theaters. Can movie distribution cope with a digital streaming future?

Can Movie Distribution Return to Normal After the Coronavirus?

Theater owners applauded a massive $2 trillion relief package agreed to by the Senate and the White House on Wednesday, saying the legislation gives them a fighting chance of surviving unprecedented closures brought about the coronavirus pandemic.The bill would set up a $454 billion loan guarantee fund that would allow distressed businesses to pay their fixed costs at a time when no revenue is coming in.

How the $2 Trillion Federal Aid Package May Help Movie Theaters | Hollywood Reporter

The COVID-19 pandemic forced movie theaters to close their doors. Many studios are now releasing theatrical movies to rent NOW via cable on-demand and streaming services like Amazon and iTunes.The COVID-19 pandemic forced movie theaters to close their doors. Many studios are now releasing theatrical movies to rent NOW via cable on-demand and streaming services like Amazon and iTunes.

With Theaters Closed, Studios Send New Movies Straight To Streaming | Audioholics