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PremierLeague-News.Com - Cinemas will lure back lockdown couch potatoes with luxury reclining seats and unlimited snacks
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Reluctant to rise from your couch and return to the multiplex? Cinemas hope luxury seats, two-for-one deals, unlimited snack offers – and even some new blockbusters – will tempt back customers who have embraced streaming movies from the comfort of their living room.The UK’s 843 cinemas will reopen on Monday, with an initial offering of 24 new big-screen releases including Oscar-winner Nomadland and Peter Rabbit 2.Your guide to what to watch next - no spoilers, we promiseEmail address is invalidThank you for subscribing!Sorry, there was a problem with your subscription.Exhibitors have a backlog of some 200 films to drip-feed into cinemas – the twice-delayed James Bond movie No Time To Die won’t get its release until 30 September.Vue International, which operates 90 cinemas in the UK, is adding 5,000 new luxury “recliner” seats. There will also be family ticket discounts, while Covid-friendly snacks and seat self-order screens are being introduced into venues.
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.Vue has spent £60m refurbishing cinemas with luxury seats and new bar areas (Vue) The experience of Asia, where cinemas are attracting record attendances, suggests there is huge pent-up demand for the big-screen experience.Vue boss Tim Richards is even predicting a “golden age” of cinema, with a glut of blockbusters on the launch pad, including Top Gun: Maverick, Fast and Furious 9 and Marvel superhero film Black Widow.The future of entertainment will involve co-operation between cinemas and tech giants. Vue, which has partnered with BT Sport to screen both the Champions League and Europa League finals at select venues, is in talks with Netflix and Amazon to show the best of their prestige dramas in cinemas.Cinemas expect to open with a 50 per cent occupancy until restrictions are fully lifted, which is due to happen on 21 June.
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