The outlook for movie theaters, and the movie business in general, just got much better. New York City, one of the biggest moviegoing markets in the world, will finally allow theaters to reopen their doors next month. This means that the box office, which has been suffering greatly since March 2020, may finally get a much-needed boost. It also means that upcoming blockbusters have a much better chance of meeting their current release dates.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo
made the announcement on Monday. Movie theaters will be allowed to open again on March 5. It will, however, be under tight restrictions, in terms of capacity and regulations to help ensure the safety of moviegoers. This comes as theaters in the city have been closed for just shy of a year. Here's what Cuomo had to say.
"Movie theaters in New York will be brought in line with the rest of the