Major theaters chains across the country are hitting pause on their return due to the increase of COVID-19 and delays of new films. We will update this list as information is released.
Parkway Cinema 8 – Natchitoches, La
Stars Cinema 6 – El Dorado, Ark
SciPort IMAX – Shreveport
Marshall Cinema – Marshall, Tex
Morris Theatre – Daingerfield, Tex
Robinson Film Center – Shreveport
Cinemark Tinseltown and XD – Shreveport
Cinemark 14 – Texarkana
Regal Louisiana Boardwalk & IMAX – Bossier City
Mt. Pleasant Cinema 6 – Mt. Pleasant, Tex
Cinemark Lufkin 12 – Lufkin, Tex
Cinemark Tinseltown 17 – West Monroe, La
AMC Longview 10 – Longview, Tex
Cinemark Cinema 10 – Monroe, La
AMC Classic Nacogdoches 6 – Nacogdoches, Tex
McCurtain Cinema – Idabel, Okla
AMC Lufkin 9 – Lufkin, Tex
Movie Theaters Return Dates Not Yet Announced
Celebrity Theatres – Ruston, La (moved from July 10. No date announced)
Rio Movie Theater – Center, Tex
Regal Bossier Corners Cinema – Bossier City
As a movie theaters return to business, they must adhere to state and local guidelines on reopening. Some theaters may operate at 25% capacity and slowly increase capacity as the situation and guidelines allow it. Many major theater chains are switching to contactless concession ordering where you order and pay on the app and pick up your order. Also, you might have to pre-order your tickets with some of the chains. Thereby, saving you time and waiting in line. A few chains published their new safety and cleaning protocols. Everyone is encouraged to maintain social distancing and to wear a mask during the screening.
- Watch how Cinemark is responding to COVID-19 with their new Cinemark Standard cleaning, sanitizing and safety procedures.
- See how Regal Movies’ new safety and health procedures here.
- And if you’re in East Texas, here’s how the AMC theatres plan to handle safety.
Related Topic: Hop in the car and explore the Natchitoches Film Trail to see local landmarks seen in the movies.
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