Regal to reopen six Southern California theaters Friday – Daily News

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Itching to see a movie … at a local theater, no less?

You’re in luck because Regal announced that six of its Southern California theaters will reopen for business on Friday, April 2.

Pandemic-starved moviegoers will get to see “Godzilla vs. Kong” from Warner Bros., as well as “The Unholy” and “Tom & Jerry,” along with a slate of additional films opening in the coming weeks, including “Mortal Kombat,” “A Quiet Place Part II” and “Top Gun: Maverick.”

Here are the Regal theaters that will reopen Friday:

  • L.A. LIVE & 4DX, 1000 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles
  • South Gate & IMAX, 8630 Garfield Ave., South Gate
  • West Covina & ScreenX, 1200 Lakes Dr., West Covina
  • Temecula & IMAX, 40750 Winchester Road, Temecula
  • Valencia ScreenX & IMAX, 24435 Town Center Dr., Santa Clarita
  • Irvine Spectrum ScreenX, 4DX, IMAX, RPX & VIP, 500 Spectrum Center Dr., Irvine

Regal’s reopening plan include a wide range of health and safety measures that adhere to CinemaSafe protocol and guidelines aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19.

Regal employees will wear masks and undergo daily health screenings, including temperature checks where mandated.

Moviegoers will be able to purchase their tickets in advance on Regal’s mobile app. They’ll also have the ability to buy popcorn, soda and other concession items via the app once inside the theater.

Every other concession register will be closed to maintain social distancing, self-service condiment condiment stands will be closed and refills for drinks and popcorn will be given in new containers.

Guests will be required to wear masks while in the lobby, hallways and restrooms, and wall-mounted hand sanitizers will be available on both sides of the main entrance.

A subsidiary of the Cineworld Group, Regal operates one of the largest movie theater chains in the U.S. It includes 6,979 screens in 526 theaters in 42 states and the District of Columbia and Guam as of Feb. 28.

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