WHEN I bought my cinema 21 years ago it had a huge hole in the roof of screen one so I asked my builder dad to take a look at it. It turned out I was named after Tyrone Power, one of the American film stars of their generation. Like hundreds of independent cinemas up and down the country we are still open — for now at least. These studios get the movies made in the UK with a massive tax break, take them back to the United States and stockpile them.
Cineworld confirms it is closing all UK and US cinemas
Cineworld could close all cinemas in the UK and US this week | UK News | Sky News
After boycotting Universal movies earlier this year, AMC Theatres — who owns Odeon in the UK — has now approved a move that will permit new films to be released at home just 17 days after coming out in cinemas. The initial row was caused after Universal decided to release Trolls World Tour at home while cinemas were shut during the pandemic back in April. Clearly we are not changing our policy with regards to showing only movies that are respecting the theatrical window. People need to be aware that the first big movie from Universal is coming only in six months so there is no pressure here.
Cineworld confirms all of their cinemas in the UK and US will temporarily close
Through EasyDate, the online dating company, users who sign up to Back Row Dating have access to over three million single people across the UK. The service gives users the option to chat online and send private emails and includes a search tool which uses information on favourite film and cinema locations to help organise a first date. Sean Wood, marketing manager for EasyDate, said: "We are very excited about our affiliation with Cineworld. The site is such a fun and easy way for people to meet in a safe environment.
By Reuters. Cineworld, the world's second-biggest cinema operator, will close all its screens in the United States, Britain and Ireland this week after the latest James Bond film's release was postponed to next year. The delay, along with other postponed blockbuster releases, crushed hopes for a industry rebound as rising rates of the coronavirus prompt new restrictions and keep viewers away, a person familiar with the matter said. Cineworld, the world's second-biggest cinema operator, will close all its screens in the United States, Britain and Ireland this week following the delayed release of the newest James Bond film No Time to Die. Movie poster for No Time to Die above.