INDIANAPOLIS — After closing most of its locations in March to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, AMC Theatres announced it would be officially reopening on August 20.
The first round of theatre reopenings will take place in over 100 locations, including Indianapolis, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Miami, Las Vegas, and St. Louis.
On opening day, tickets at the theaters will sell for 15 cents, about the price of a movie in 1920. AMC is calling it "Movies in 2020 at 1920 Prices" in honor of the chain's 100th anniversary.
After opening day, movie-goers can expect titles such as "Black Panther," "Grease," "Star Wars," and more to hit the screen for about $5 a ticket.
In addition to the throwback movies that start as soon as opening day, patrons can expect new film releases as well.
The new title releases include:
• Train to Busan
• Cut Throat City
• Words on Bathroom Walls
• Inception: 10th Anniversary event
• The New Mutants
• Personal History of David Copperfield
• The King's Man
• War with Grandpa