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'Croods 2' opens strongly at holiday box office
"Put changed. There's encouraging news from the box office. Don't know if Kate people belong in a modern world, Maybe maybe not. But an animated movie about cave dwellers has found a home at the box office during the pandemic. It's the crude's a new age, and it has racked up one of the best opening weekend since the coded 19 crisis began. The animated sequel took in $14.2 million or with a five day Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Movie was released under a new strategy worked out between Universal and two movie chains AMC and Cinemark. That deal limits the amount of time that a movie can stay in theaters. That window used to be 90 days, But Universal got to change to shorten that span to US few as 17 days with the Thanksgiving release In a short of theater on Lee released window, Universal Canal, move the crews into the home rental arena in time for
Testing new release strategy, 'The Croods' opens to $14.2M
"A change there is encouraging news from the box office people maybe maybe not but an animated movie about cave dwellers has found a home at the box office during the pandemic it's the crude to new age and it has racked up one of the best opening weekend since the cove in nineteen crisis began the animated sequel took in fourteen point two million dollars over the five day thanksgiving holiday weekend the movie was released under a new strategy worked out between universal and to move the chains AMC and Cinemark that deal limits the amount of time that a movie can stay in theaters that window used to be ninety days what universal got the change to shorten that span two issue as seventeen days with the thanksgiving release in a short of fear only release window universal can now move the crude into the home rental arena in time for Christmas I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Movie Companies Are Changing Their STrategies Due To Coronavirus
"As with many industries, the covert pandemic has brought the movie business to its knees, upending traditional models of how Hollywood works Queen their newest, most exciting film's premiere in the movie theater and stay there for two or three months. Bloomberg Entertainment reporter Kelly Gilb, Um movie lovers know if there's a film they're excited about. They're gonna have to get off the sofa and shell out this 15 or $20 ticket, but that model is collapsing. Universal has struck a deal with theater chain Cinemark, allowing its films to go to home video only 17 days instead of 2 to 3 months after first appearing in theaters, Universal struck a similar deal with AMC earlier this year. So will people still go to the theater if they only have to wait 17 days to get the movie at Home? Gil Bloom says depends Budget Fantastic visual experience. People who want to go to the cinema. For that Rahm comes dramas are more of a question.
Universal, Cinemark strike new deal on how long movies will stay in theaters
"The covert pandemic has brought the movie business to its knees, upending traditional models of how Hollywood works. If the queen their newest, most exciting film's premiere in the movie theater and stay there for two or three months, Bloomberg Entertainment reporter Kelly Guild one movie lovers know If there's a film they're excited about. They're gonna have to get off the sofa and shell out this 15 or $20 ticket, but that model is collapsing. Universal has struck a deal with theater chain Cinemark, allowing its films to go to home video only 17 days instead of 2 to 3 months after first appearing in theaters, Universal struck a similar deal with a M C earlier this year. So will people still go to the theater if they only have to wait 17 days to get the movie at home? Gil Bloom says depends. Big budget. Fantastic visual experience. People who want to go to the cinema. For that Rahm comes dramas are more of a question mark, and he wrote
Universal strikes another deal with a major theater chain
"Another major movie theater chain, meanwhile, striking a deal with universal Pictures to allow for shorter, exclusive theatrical windows. Canada's Cineplex now agreeing on a multiyear dynamic window deal, the film Exhibitor and Universal Film Entertainment Group, making that announcement and the similar to the deal that was struck with Cinemark theaters earlier this week and AMC theaters before that Universal in Focus feature films will have at least three weeks of theatrical exclusivity before hitting premium video on demand services.
Movie theaters hope to survive Covid with new deals with studios
"Is reached in a historic deal with movie theaters that will change the way films are released in the future. Need him a goddess has more new Cinemark deal States that any movie that opens with at least 50 million in opening weekend ticket sales has to say exclusively in theaters for at least 31 days that covers the first five weekends. Blockbuster movies will be released on premium video on demand after that 31 day mark movies that earn less than 50 million on opening weekend can be released on premium video on demand after just 17 days in theaters.
Universal’s latest theater deal brings some movies to streaming faster
"It looks like the way movies have been released during the pandemic is going to stick around with theatre's closed in many parts. The country, new films are still finding their way to audiences just not on the big screen. His KCRW's Magdelin reports. Universal Pictures has announced another deal with the chain of theaters that will get the latest releases into your living room faster. Cinemark theaters, the nation's third biggest movie theater chain, will get to keep the latest releases from universal playing on the silver screen for at least 17 days before they had to on demand services. If a movie is a blockbuster and sees an opening that brings in more than $50 million domestically, then it will stay in theaters exclusively for 31 days, or at least five weekends. Once that coming to a theater near you period ends, Universal will open up the movie toe on demand with a rental price of at least $20, which Cinemark will get a cut off. The financial terms of the agreement weren't released, but the deal follows a similar arrangement Universal made with the world's biggest cinema chain, AMC theaters in July. Cinemark CEO tells the L A Times talks are already underway about getting films to on demand faster before the pandemic, but the ongoing health crisis accelerated discussions. Traditionally new films of state and movie theaters for 74 days before migrating to other platforms. However, multiyear deals between Universal in the theater chains shows the new model Ford from the pandemic will continue on after the crisis. KCRW. I met
"cinemark" Discussed on AP News
"The standard have been 90 days. But the deal with universal Miss Cinemark can shrink that window of exclusivity to as little as 17 days, depending on how well the movie doesn't the box office this summer, Universal struck a similar deal with AMC, the nation's largest theater chain. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel More than a year after a published report raised questions about a Harvard fencing coach, selling his home for nearly double its assessed value, arrest seven made with charges alleging another college admission scandal. 67 year old former Harvard fencing coach Peter Brand and 61 year old Maryland businessman Ji Shags. L were arrested Monday. Prosecutors allege Brand took $1.5 Million in bribes to help two sons of shall get into Harvard as fencing recruits brand was fired by Harvard in July. 2019, according to the Boston Globe, Talbot Brands, three bedroom house in 2016 for nearly $1 million. It was assessed at the time it just over $549,000 I might cross yet I might cross CIA reporting arrests are made in another college admissions bribery scheme. More than a year after a published report raised questions about a Harvard fencing coach, selling his home for nearly double its assessed value arrest seven made with charges alleging another college admission scandal. 67 year old former Harvard fencing coach Peter Brand and 61 year old Maryland businessman Ji Shack's Al were arrested Monday. Prosecutors allege Brand took $1.5 million in bribes to help two sons of shall get into Harvard as fencing recruits. Brand was fired by Harvard in July. 2019, according to Boston Globe Talbot Brands three bedroom house in 2016. For nearly $1 million. It was assessed at the time it just over $549,000. I might cross yet I might cross CIA reporting, a former Harvard coach and a wealthy Maryland father have been charged in $1.5 million admission scam. Former fencing coach at Harvard and the wealthy Maryland father were arrested Monday and charged with conspiracy to commit federal programs. Bribery. 67 year old Peter Brandt, who was fired by Harvard last year, is accused of taking $1.5 million in bribes from 61 year old Gee, Jax Owl of Potomac, Maryland. In exchange brand, allegedly helped Chow's two sons get into Harvard as recruited fencers. Attorneys for each man deny the accusations. The case is separate from the recent college admission scandal that involved in admissions consultant getting kids into top universities with rigged to test scores or fake athletic credentials. I, Mike Rossia of former fencing coach at Harvard and the wealthy Maryland father were arrested Monday and charged with conspiracy to commit federal programs, bribery 67 year old Peter Brandt, who was fired by Harvard last year. Is accused of taking $1.5 million in bribes from 61 year old Gee, Jax Owl of Potomac, Maryland. In exchange brand, allegedly helped Charles two sons get into Harvard as recruited fencers. Attorneys for each man deny the accusations. The case is separate from the recent college admission scandal that involved in admissions consultant getting kids into top universities with rigged to test scores or fake athletic credentials. I Mike Rossi, a record close I'm Tim McGuire with an AP News Minute the Dow sort of Could today, closing just 50 points below 30,000, in part because of news from Moderna. The company says its corona virus vaccine is in line to be 94% effective. Nature's top infectious disease specialist, Dr Anthony Fauci says his initial expectations for the vaccine were low said I would be satisfied for the 70 75% efficacy. That's something like a 95% was really aspirational. We would like to have seen it, but it was aspirational. Well, our aspirations have been met, and that is really very good news Visor reported similar results for its vaccine candidate, President elect Joe Biden is encouraged. I think we're on a clear path. Now. The space Sex Dragon capsule with four astronauts on board should reach the international space Station late tonight following a 27 hour completely automated flight that began with a launch yesterday evening from Cape Canaveral. Maguire, a popular comedian and actor is facing a health crisis. Sin that has suffered a stroke. Word of that comes from his family. In a statement to The Associated Press, the family says the stroke was recent but doesn't provide the date place or details of any effects that the struggle may have had. The statement does, however, say that Sinbad is beginning his road to recovery and that they are optimistic he will be bringing laughter back into their lives Soon. Sinbad born David Atkins is 64. He's known for his work in stand up comedy and has appeared in TV sitcoms like a Different World and in several movies. Used. The family is asking for privacy. I'm Oscar Wells gave Rio sin that has suffered a stroke. Word of that comes from his family. In a statement to The Associated Press, the family says the stroke was recent but doesn't provide the date place or details of any effects at the struck me of had. The statement does, however, say that Sinbad is beginning his road to recovery and that they are optimistic he will be bringing laughter back into their lives Soon. Sinbad born David Atkins is 64. He's known for his work in stand up calm. Buddy and has appeared in TV sitcoms like a Different World and in several movies. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel Authorities in New York have released more details about the man arrested in connection with an assault on actor Rick Moranis. Now that an arrest has been made, it appears the person in custody for slugging.
Universal and Cinemark agree to shorten theatrical window
"A major movie studio has struck a deal with a movie changed to adjust how they schedule theater releases the studio behind the fast and furious in Jurassic world franchises has struck a deal with Cinemark to limit the amount of time a movie can stay in theaters before becoming available for rent or on demand the standard have been ninety days but the deal with universal and Cinemark can shrink that window of exclusivity to as little as seventeen days depending on how well the movie does at the box office this summer universal struck a similar deal with AMC the nation's largest theater chain it's part of a new way Hollywood is trying to do business amid the pandemic with movie theater audiences shrinking because of government restrictions and fears studios are trying to maximize their profits from means other than packing people into the multiplex I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Movie theaters can start limited reopening in some parts of NY
"Can't see in these losses is a huge advance for movie theater stocks. New York is one of the biggest movie markets in the country. So Governor Cuomo's moves to reopen some movie theatres are being treated as a win for the theater owners. Shares of AMC Entertainment jumped 16% Cinemark was up 7%. The
Washington governor clears movie theaters to operate at 25% capacity, including Seattle-area theaters
"To prep to prep each chair, each chair, countertop countertop and every and single every exposed single exposed spaces. spaces. Movie goers Movie are goers invited are invited back to back the big to screens. the big screens. Governor, Insley Governor, has Insley allowed has theaters allowed to theaters resume to operations, resume operations, although the majority although the majority of auditoriums of auditoriums can on Ly can B on 25% Ly B 25% of capacity. of capacity. We're thrilled We're thrilled toe once again toe once welcome again welcome you to a shared you to a shared immersive immersive experience. experience. Karate is Karate CEO is CEO of Cinemark, of Cinemark, which will open which its will federal open its way. federal Bellevue way. Bellevue and Tacoma and theaters Tacoma theaters on Friday. on Friday. Auditoriums Auditoriums will be extensively will be extensively disinfected disinfected each morning. each morning. And all And occupied all occupied seats will seats be sanitized will be sanitized between Showtime. between Showtime. Other changes Other changes Movie times Movie will times be severely will be severely staggered staggered to limit to crowds limit crowds in the auditorium, in the auditorium, especially especially in restrooms in restrooms between between movies. movies. AMC AMC will open will 14 open 14 of its 15 of its 15 regional complex regional complex is on Friday is on Friday and locally and owned locally faraway owned faraway entertainment entertainment will open its will open small its chain small of movie chain houses of movie Friday. houses Friday. Which includes Which the includes Neptune the Neptune in Seattle in Seattle and the Admiral and the Admiral in West Seattle, in West Seattle, Brian Brian Calvert Calvert camo News camo News cities of cities Edmunds of Edmunds and effort and have decided effort have to decided expand to expand their ST their ARY ST rules ARY rules well into November. well into November. Toe hope, Toe help hope, local help local
AMC theaters and Cinemark have no plans to close amid coronavirus pandemic despite Regal shuttering
"Entertainment. It's decided to keep most of its theaters open for business. Despite other movie companies closing their doors at this time, AMC is able to keep its doors open after making a deal with Universal Pictures for their new films. Now. Right now, 80% of AMC theaters are open and more theaters Air open overseas Cinna world who owns Regal announced that they were closing theater doors yesterday. So there, I guess countering by saying, all right, that's a bull for us to keep ourselves in the business. It must be really difficult right now. I just I mean, where they getting well, they made a deal with universal to keep themselves afloat is what's happening so they'll have exclusive rights to throw probable movies. Probably, I mean, what's in it for Universal? Gosh, But or maybe they just are you selling your soul? The universal? I mean, is that a deal here, So okay.
Movie Theater Stocks Have Two Problems
"Movie Theater Stocks Are Getting hammered today a sinner world group, which is the second largest theater chain in the world. Announced it is closing its theaters in the US and in the UK here in the US, it's regal cinemas in the UK. It's a world. So all told we're talking about more than six, hundred, fifty theaters roughly forty, five thousand employees who are going to be out of a job and the stock is down. Forty percent and. In sympathy I guess you could say shares of AMC, which is the largest movie theater chain. Down ten percents, cinemark down fifteen percent. We've seen sort of this drip drip drip of tentpole movies having their release date pushback. The latest James Bond movie which was supposed to come out this past April got pushed. November, and over the weekend was announced, it's getting pushed him next April and it's among other things Jason It is a reminder. Of how those big action tentpole movies Drive this business. Oh yeah, and I mean it's not just the theaters that are really feeling the pain today to write its. Properties which is A read that focuses on the entertainment arena in in general, but they have a lot of exposure to to movie theaters and in certainly a APR's feeling a little bit of that painted as well. Given given what we know. Is playing out in the movie theaters and you know when you look at cinema world, I mean. Into kind of the first thing. The first thing that made me think of it's kind of like kind of like Pluto, and Pluto was downgraded from planetary status like sin world is more like a Dwarf Planet. Now, like this isn't this isn't a world anymore this is really a company that's just struggling to figure out how to survive at this point because they've got to problems. They've. Got, two really big problems they got a supply problem and the demand problem and like noted with with the the actual releases having the content to get in those theaters. That's one problem. But then the other problem, obviously, the health concerns regarding the pandemic people just don't want to go sit in movie theater like like we used to and and so all of this is playing out. On these theaters big and small, and and when you you look at the cinema world's financials I mean they are facing the same problems as everyone else missing revenue falling off a cliff. They've got a slug of debt on the balance sheet eight and a half billion dollars and a half of that lease liabilities. But that speaks to the to the weight that that that those theaters can conserve right that drag that they can serve when when they're not being used in a theater is just like a restaurant is just like a retail store they're all of these high fixed costs in keeping those theatres open paying for those leases keeping them staffed and open. In. So you need traffic to go through them the more traffic that goes through the more profitable they become and that's great and good times. But in bad times as we're seeing now, just profitability just vanishes in I think the trouble. The. Trouble that they're facing. Is that you know when you start looking forward and try to figure out exactly how people are going to be feeling about going to the movie theater when all of this stuff passes over, I mean when when we finally turned the corner and in the concerns For Health aren't aren't the same as the are today are people. GonNa want to go back to the movie theaters like they did before I mean some will no doubt. But for all of the time that passes while we're not going to those movie theaters, all of the time that those theaters are suffering other forms of entertainment are are gaining right other. Forms of entertainment are becoming more and more an option, a nice substitute for folks whatever that may be You know all the way down to new ways of of catching movies, and so we're seeing we're seeing distributors figuring out new ways to get movies out there. We're seeing consumers figuring out new ways to actually watch movies and all of a sudden. A year from now and I mentioned this on on twitter earlier today all of a sudden you really have to be of that good enough risk in that like hey, you know what? It's not the movie theater but I'm sitting at home. I'm eating the pizza I'm watching a new movie that that's good enough for me and I'm okay with that I don't need to get my car go to a movie theater in. So all the more time that passes I think the more difficult it becomes for these theaters to really. Get back to where they once were in. Under. Unfortunately it feels like you know we're we're going to be dealing with this certainly for the rest of this year I mean granted only a couple of months left really few months left but I mean, you know going into twenty twenty one. I mean what does this look like when April or May comes around I don't know we don't know enough yet. But but when you look at central world itself I mean it's really silly United States seventy, five percent of their revenue comes from here. So what's going on here really matters to this business and right now it's just not looking good. Yeah and one of the thoughts I had when I was reading through this stuff this morning was. member. When Warren Buffett bought the Omaha World Herald. There was just sort of this sense. Like. For someone who is so rational in his investing it kind of seemed like he let nostalgia. Get the better of him and you know what he can do, whatever he wants his money although he did sell it. Earlier this year. But. It reminded me of that and I just thought I think there is a possibility where. Some, very wealthy person at some point in the next year or two just maybe not to by. AMC Holdings whole cloth but I wouldn't surprise me if someone was just like not now I love movies and I want this to survive and if it's if it's break, even that's all I care about but but other than other than. Sort of a very rich angel coming in given everything you just laid out with the business I mean. I like how you put it I mean. It's not just a demand. It's not just a supply and demand problem while I mean, Hey, listen apparently Jeffrey Katzenberg get some pretty deep pockets. I mean Chris are you thinking what I'm thinking Quigley theaters let me just rolls right off the tongue doesn't it qube theaters? Hey, it's a possibility. Anything. Positive.
Hundreds of Regal, Cineworld movie theaters to close
"James Bond has defeated his toughest enemy yet he's a wealthy arms dealer who is transformed by a freak accident into a global movie theater chain sin a world is considering temporarily closing all their theaters in the UK and. Plus hundreds of their regal cinemas theatres in the. US after the makers of the latest James Bond movie announced on Friday that they were delaying their release. The film is called no time to die and it will push nearly five months to April twenty twenty one hopefully by then people will be able to hear the title without hyperventilating and trying to jump through. The projector screen if you're surprised that a large company like cinemark can rely so much on just one movie you're underestimating the size of the Daniel Craig Industrial Complex other tentpole movies like Dune, and Pixar Soul remains scheduled for twenty twenty but those could still get delayed or move streaming platforms.
Big Theater Chains Tout Safe-Moviegoing Measures
"New Corona virus safety measures. They're still closed here in Southern California. But big chains like AMC, Cinemark and Regal are reopening in parts of the country. Today, the new measures include mask wearing reduced capacity for social distancing and plexiglass. Between workers and movie goers. Dr. Joyce Sanchez is an infectious disease specialist at the Medical College of Wisconsin. She says going to the movies won't be risk free. But she says, these protocols will help. There are some reassuring things in that. As of today, there isn't any medical literature published studies out there that show that a movie theatre has been a venue for viral transmission, either before businesses closed door Since reopening outsider within the U. S. Finch has worked with the National Association of Theater owners to help develop the safety protocols. And when theaters we
AMC, Universal Agree to Trim Theatrical Window Before Movies Go Online
"Who still don't want to go to the movie Theater will love this news. AMC theaters and Universal Pictures have agreed on an agreement to release Big Hollywood films. For home viewing much sooner than before. That would shorten the traditional gap between theatrical release in home release for Marquis, CBS News anchors Jeff Bell and Patty Rising, spoke with Stephen Gaydos, executive vice president of content of Variety magazine's Stephen, If I've got this right, traditionally, movie had to wait, what, 75 to 90 days before going to home entertainment platforms. Well, that's where we were at a few months ago. That's been a changing story over the years and to give you a comparison. It's not the same all over the world. The last time I checked before probe it The French had a two year what we call a window. So it was two years from the time a movie played in theatres before it could be streaming on your local TV. So what was the reasoning behind this? This was the exhibition industry trying to survive and feeling like if they had to compete with the home systems with the great, uh surround sound on the big screens and all the qualities of the Being at home and being comfortable, uh, that they couldn't survive. So I I believe I think their reasoning was. This is what we need to have Ah, theatrical movie business. It's a two part question. Will the rival studios follow suit and will regal and Cinemark joined him? Well, thanks to my colleagues at variety. I could intelligently answer your questions today because I have a crib sheet in front of me. We have 66 burning questions, which Our experts in Ah, in film at Variety had put up on variety dot com They in their six questions. One of the questions is Will the studios followed suit and, well, the other exhibitors followed suit. Um, I think the important thing to remember about this story today is this is one of those. I've been a variety almost 30 years. This is one of the seismic shifts in the industry. That don't happen very often. And I think everyone in the industry recognises that this is a historic day, and we're still going to be fathoming this and sorting out what it means. Because it's literally changing everything about the movie business in one story that we're talking about. Now the studios have been fighting with, you know, Netflix has gotten bigger and bigger. The streaming options the day and date. Ah, push for that. You know, the windows have been shrinking. And then one day we're on the phone talking. It's here. It's only about two weeks. And if you don't want to go to movie theaters, you can stand your couch and watch it at home. Personally. After five months of Cove it I'm ready to go to a movie. I want to get out of the out. So I find it ironic that in the middle of this, I think a lot of people are feeling like You know what if it's on TV, and and I have a choice, and I go to the movies, I'd love to get out of the house and go to a movie. You
Movie Theatres Sue New Jersey For Right To Reopen
"Of the things still closed in New Jersey people favorite movie theater and several national chains. They're not happy about that. So much so that AMC, Cinemark and Regal Are among the national movie Theater chain suing Governor Phil Murphy over his decision to keep them close for now, while the state gradually reopens businesses during this pandemic. The suit filed Monday in federal court in Trenton argues houses of worship are among the sectors are allowed to reopen. So keeping movie theaters close violates their right to free speech, equal protection and Due
Studio Movie Grill planning to open in Dallas
"To to movie movie theaters theaters around around North North Texas Texas opening opening their their doors doors for for the the first first time time in in months months Plano's Cinemark is opening on a limited basis and so is Dallas is on studio movie grill we're joined by Tanya mangles she's a marketing director for studio movie grill and she's on the K. you're all the news line so what changes did SMG have to make something a little bit different first of all our team members are going to do a health check before they're able to work you will see them wearing masks anyone handling food I would be wearing gloves throughout the theater we've installed he has been a Tigers both for gas and team member I would also say that you know we have during the cleaning procedure is for allowing more time between the movie showing so that we can do deep cleaning and also closer to god we we now have more technology options per contract was a contactless ordering for food and beverage in particular through the app and the kiosk so those are you know some of the highlights so when you go into a studio movie grill you punch the button server comes over you place the order is that going to still be in effect as well that that will still be an option really the way we're looking at it as we want to serve god how they're most comfortable so while we now have these new options with the kiosk or with the app if you still preferred order re order from the server that will be available I'm in the auditorium now will have automatic social distancing don't and what you know no seating in a row as part of your behind you and then their automatic needing basing between jobs how we looking at the future of movie theater showings because of this is this something that's going to be maintained even after corona viruses out of our lives I think it will be kind of just the news the other is a new expectation that we've got to make an ongoing commitment to the and that's the expectation and work word learning with everybody else along the way or exploring where you can do private auditorium rentals now birds of two hundred dollars and so you know if you really want to you know have the faith yourself you can do that as well but yeah I think it's just the New World order and that's the how will be operating going forward what kinds of pictures will be you'll be able to show since Hollywood has not released much of the summer blockbusters in a lot of cases it moved into next year yeah one of those titles that have moved but I think you know we're excited about the title coming out and the light went on and on the tenth and then the line on the twenty fourth and tennis on July thirty first at Intel then you know we are showing some some kind of older titles that hopefully still unsure of titles like Wonder Woman and Aquaman and cherry potter this time he mangles from studio movie grill
Houston area Cinemark theaters reopening July 3
"Cinemark movie theaters will begin re opening in the Houston area on July third those include these Cinemark in Katy the one of the two ninety and cypress as well as the one in Pasadena
"cinemark" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"One twenty one in the grapevine area I'm George you'll see your exported a fifty eight a breaking traffic alerts when they happen let's get a check of your forecast with chief meteorologist Dan burn off lots of sunshine and not a cloud in sight yeah that's our weather story it today tomorrow through the weekend area of high pressure is gripping our area and it's pretty summertime little many we can't really call it a heat wave or not over a hundred degrees better averages eighty nine this time of year and will be in the mid nineties today tomorrow all the way through the weekend and factor in the humidity to feel more like a hundred hundred two during peak heating also due to the light wind will have a poor air quality as well morning lows will be in the seventies there is a slight chance for some rain of late Monday and into Tuesday as the remnants of the tropical storm that will be moving ashore somewhere and on the central coast line of Louisiana late Sunday night it will come close to some data has it coming at the Texarkana that maybe come close enough to give us some rain here but it will be brief it will cool temperatures down either way rain or no rain but the clouds around we may not get out of the eighties on that Monday and Tuesday we'll see how that pans out stay cool stay hydrated seventy eight at KRLD now more than ever it matters where you get your news news radio ten eighty KRLD fifty one now governor abit has moved the state into phase three of re opening the economy the governor said the latest move was made possible because he believes Texans can act responsibly to help stop the spread of the virus as the state continues to reopen today virtually all businesses can expand to fifty percent capacity including bars restaurants can now expand table size from six to ten people on June twelfth restaurants will be allowed to go up to seventy five percent capacity and another movie theater chain is planning to open some of its theaters this month here's Carol the Stephen Pickering Cinemark is based in Plano and says it will open five of its theaters in the greater Dallas area on June nineteenth they'll start with showing classic films with discounted ticket prices that's the first phase of a gradual reopening of its theaters around the country employees will be required to wear face masks but customers will not executives with Cinemark say their theaters will initially.
"cinemark" Discussed on KCBS All News
"And then you go the Capital One venture card the card that takes you there. What's in your wallet capital? One bank. USA KCBS news time one fifty one. Consumer advocates are bemoaning. A Trump administration decision to gut upcoming regulations would have curbed the predatory tendencies of payday lenders. With the details. We turn to KCBS has Rebecca corral. Heyday lenders have managed to get out from under regulations that would have required them to make sure. Your customers can repay the loans before they cut that check was put in place a couple of years ago. The idea was to try and get at these onerous debt traps that people can find themselves into debt traps LA times business columnist David Lazarus meets interest rates as high as four hundred percents payday loan. And then they have trouble paying it back. And then they have to roll it over and roll it over and roll it over and before, you know, it they're constantly making payments on that initial loan and they're stop. They can't get out of it Obama era regulations. That would have tightened the rules on predatory lenders have been put on hold now by the administration of a president who's made no secret of his inclination to rain in the consumer financial protection bureau, saying gosh, it just needs more study in reality. It was eight five year process. Putting this rule in place. Lots of study lots of hearings over a million comments submitted. So yeah, there was an awful lot of research, Rebecca, chorale KCBS. It's been called the new virtual reality movie experience. In other words, the movie theater. Are stepping up their game in order to compete with streaming services. Like Netflix, Hulu, KCBS agenda. Jennifer Hodges reports from Cinemark in San Jose stepping.
"cinemark" Discussed on Bald Movies
"So is like a noxious Lee loud, but without any real like like a real punch do this just in my on my section at theater audience, not that this film needed to be respectful, but like they were like openly talking and shit, which I found extremely annoying. Yeah. I mean, it seemed like there was definitely group there that was just there to laugh at cage. That's fine. Offer me when when when the whole theater is laughing that in bother me, it's just like they're like, incessant, fucking bullshit conversations and rocking like that. That's the thing. And that's like me and I'm, I'm real spoiled by the the whatever. What does our theater? Is it a Cinemark? I think we Cinemark which I always associated with the dollar cinema in Indianapolis, but like I'm really spoiled by the cinema market Oakley, man. I mean, the most disappointing thing to me was just Nobis Nobu at all. There's no booze I wanted to east JD. I've, it's been like since liquid. Water, and I don't mean I'm, I'm, I'm, I did Nick cage. What water when when you out of bondage to go? Vincenzo he wanted on cat. That's right. That's right. There's probably vodka Dan based, not downtown. God, dammit, Jim. All right. Well, that's it. That's all the free stuff we're going to talk spoilers. Of course. I don't know if that's the problem. It's like, I don't know that you'll be wanting to talk a lot of spoilers since you didn't like the film, but we will be discussing it at some length in these whaler section. If you want to get in on that, you've got to be a club member. You can join today club that ball dot com..
"cinemark" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I love doing that i haven't waited in line for moving along exactly yeah now there are a couple of other chains that have their own well there's one other chain that currently has its own subscription service cinemark has what's called the movie club for nine bucks a month but you only get credit for one regular two d movie per month oh come on well okay so that's that doesn't seem to pass it all yeah that's paying ahead to go see a movie yeah exactly a little bit off okay forget that one now there's another multi chain service that's a direct competitor movie pass called cinema since i n e m i a cinemas sounds like a bad horror film you'll never be so scared the theater what do you how does how does me cinema works is pretty interesting they have actually four different plans two of them are called classic and that only applies to to d regular showings and the other two they'll hire two plans are called elite i think and they let you get into some enhanced showings like three d i max they say not dobie vision but i know i know of at least one subscriber who says yeah i can get into the dolby cinema no problem so there's a little bit of a but this is a couple of three movies a month yes correct realistically that's probably how many i go see but the whole idea these to me was all you can eat yeah exactly and movie pass does have it over everybody else in that regard because they let you see a movie a day although i would do if i were near an amc we don't have an amc theater in our little town we did i might consider that because that seems like a pretty good deal frankly three movies a week is more than i would have more than enough yeah that's good that's movie passes only for one person you can't actually if you go with with your family or a group of friends or something like that you can't get tickets necessarily together you can't buy the tickets altogether and wells in a mea offers a.
"cinemark" Discussed on Here & Now
"Well there is complicated reasons that have to do with the nature of the abandonment of the interest city altogether and the building of malls and of super shopping centers in the suburb and an affluent communities where large developers want national retailers who are credit tenants which is where they get amc regal and cinemark to be their tenants and so there are no developers who are working in the inner cities in latino working class communities so as a consequence you don't have the national tenants and you don't have the big modern movie theaters which is where the cinema industry migrated too so what's been the reaction to your theaters have you seen them fill up with people in latino neighborhoods we have been resoundingly a success and i knew it would be because latinos are reported by the motion picture association as the highest frequency movie goers of any f nic group in the united states we love movies and we go as a group go as a family and we go often and so i knew that in these communities actually movie going even though we are the most frequent movie goer was depressed because people have to drive a long distance and the further you are from quality venue the less often you go and what kind of films are you showing we show first run hollywood films and we take one or two screens and we specialty program with the art films documentaries spanish language films american latino films which is a completely different thing not spanish language films this is a separate category and they don't get support it and the studios generally don't make those movies and the independent filmmakers who managed to make one rarely get invited into the theatrical mainstream cinemas so we're committed to all of that and we are a first run mainstream sin.
"cinemark" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Then i'm just like thinking out loud here so your business competing for movies yet right you guys are acting good faith gushing for movies cinemark is in good cinema hannah mark is not operating necessarily in good that may be so like my thought would be are the studios required by law to be fair to both people to be fair to flagship which was your company and cinemark is that is that was that part of your case like are the rules that they have to be fair and even handed or if i'm studio why can't i give all the movies to you and not to them or vice versa because theaters are movies are supposed to be allocated film by film theatre by theater legally legally so that's how you want that is the law got it and that was not happening because in the one day i was there i went for closing arguments and in the one day i was there it seemed to me that the law was clearly on your side i thought you know if i'm just a guy listening to this case i've z bias because for you but i thought well you can't make the argument that they didn't do that right they clearly did that it's just a matter of what the penalty should be and it actually worked out you allowed to say like how the jury voted no okay because the twelve jurors right right did you need to get them all did have to be to get nine need to get nine and so you had at least good for you as well then you have to be tremendous leave i am relieved and i am excited and it turns what was a really tough experience into an amazing by the way.
"cinemark" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"She's i the head accu angry and i disappointed dale the girl gluons annual out here for the belushi she's not do it looked that can't see it off oh man we've all been necci atwood cinemark not allowed the bags anymore they add that's another lad is not gonna stop anyone from bring a big boobs next to the theatre yhombi in a like papa from o rama shock through woulda would have the all smack bag of families eyes chipped in my back i'm the kwena of food to the theatre opera youtuber rebels entrepot lay waffle miyawaka mars in a bottle of water instant candy over the years i've taken a wendy's taco bell pinera chinese flu a tramp dinner pizza frigid fried chicken i am undefeated knows colonized can stop me what kind of a rough be among yeah i i do uh i would negate more of a kansas not a good accomplice i am not i am not goud at this she she thing we're gonna go to prison assumptions like a gang on doucet catch and we just gonna look like an the most guy to go back out that plan a car but care is you can do no crowds a care i i tell people i am not to want to do crowd we off if daycare matt black as we all gain car we also know petro house i'm gone they're gone flash that lied on me i am seeing in a all black add that's why i am gubert the grant dow on that is is is is tough not to go to jail for sheets you wake news i'm not doing go to jail.
"cinemark" Discussed on KCBS All News
"To the homeless crisis in says jeff kosinski director of the department of homelessness in support of housing for san francisco they would allow the cities to decide how those funds are used each municipality hope their own shown around and then that we bring to bear our expertise that exist here in san francisco to make determinations about where to invest as funding at funding are is both welcome and a very important component of this piece of legislation east space senator nancy skinner says the two bills have slightly different scopes but our two houses made it clear that this is a priority for us in the approach right now from the assembly is for cities only in our approach is a little broader but over time will work at all out megan gold speak kcbs starting today people see the movie at cinemark theaters will have to leave their backpacks larger bags even oversized purses at home kcbs is jeffrey xiao tells us why the theater chain and after the band cinemark says it's about public safety and while the company does not mention concerns about gun violence it does come a week after the deadly high school shootings in parkland florida cinemark which has over thirty bay area locations says moviegoers will only be able to bring in packages that are no larger than twelve by twelve by six inches including purses that exceed those dimensions backpacks won't be allowed and cinemark says theaters staff will be monitoring patrons as they enter the theaters outside a sandra fell ball type plaques movie fans said the curtain has long come down on the days when you didn't have to worry about being a target of violence i can't say i think it's appropriate but i'm glad someone will still function since congress has to absolutely nothing and you understand where they're coming from i understand that security is paramount concern but to think you can't even take a knapsack or whatever you head for dave shopping to the movies with you as a sad sign of where we are really in san rafael jeffrey xiao bouquet cb hi it's jamie progresses.
"cinemark" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Some of the online tech services is many data breaches what those data breaches how have effectively done is put into the hands of organiz fraudsters more complete user profile information data breaches like the one with ecuador backs the crooks also call and pretend to be with the irs and ask for information related to refunds filing status and or pin numbers five personally been uh the recipient of some of these inbound calls that uh our from money a large calling banks all over the world emphasizes the online tax services themselves are safe and that you should be on the lookout for calls and small withdrawals are we that increases the account you set up for your ethan solitary kcbs as of today one of the area's largest movie theater chains will no longer allow patrons to carry in large bags of backpacks even some oversights purses in cbs' jeffrey shock reports cinemax decision results from concerts ever public safety the national theatre chain which has over thirty bay area locations says no bags or packages that are larger than twelve inch by twelve inch by six inch we'll be allowed inside medical bags a diaper bags are the exception that eu policy comes a week after the mass school shooting in florida cinemark says it's an effort to improve safety outside a sandra fell theater moviegoers had mixed review it's ridiculous there has to make a roll like bad because we allow concealed weapons is a crazy do discriminate if it's something one inch smaller in out cinnabar says it'll be up to theater personnel to decide the last time cinemark imposed a security measure came after the july 2012 theater shooting in aurora colorado where twelve people die jeffrey schaub case cbs hey cds money watch now with jason brooks sponsored by the tucci associates your bay area of retirement planning consultants jason rebecca of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have lost their tailwind after a twoweek rally bitcoin.
"cinemark" Discussed on KCBS All News
"And a little bit warmer than the day before where we have those frigid conditions friday saturday sunday were looking dry monday another storm will arrive so expect more scattered showers even some of that low elevation snow on monday and then tuesday also another dry day with temperature staying in the fifties and let's not forget there is a winter weather advisory across the sierra but it extend into the foothills in the mother as low as two ousmane pytel of asian you could see snow on the roadways three to six inches expected up there with a storm banks net traffic and weather together on the eight an allnews 106 9 and am seven forty kcbs kcbs news time 522 map bigler and san jose we'll holly if you go to the movies irvy's cinemark theater today you'll be limited to how large a bag of the bag that you can bring in the movie james's back backpacks larger bags even some oversized purses are now banned kcbs is jeffrey schaub explains why cinemark says it's about public safety and while the company does not mention concerns about gun violence it does come a week after the deadly high school shootings in parkland florida cinemark which has over thirty bay area locations says moviegoers will only be able to bring in packages that are no larger than twelve by twelve by six inches including purses that exceed those dimensions backpacks won't be allowed and cinnabar says theater staff will be monitoring patrons as they enter the theaters outside a sandra fell ball type plaques movie fans said the curtain has long come down on the days when you didn't have to worry about being a target of violence i can't say i think it's appropriate but i'm glad similar stones hamtramck since congress doing absolutely nothing and you understand where they're coming from i understand that security is paramount concern but to think you can't even take a napsack or whatever you had for dave shopping to the movies with you as a sad sign of where we are really in.
"cinemark" Discussed on /Film Daily
"On membership programs that are significantly cheaper than what cinemark has is offering now so it really to me i mean unless i'm missing something huge it really only makes sense for people who live right next to a cinemark theater and maybe that is like they're only practical option for going to see a movie in a theatre um that you guys have any thoughts of others i feel like if even movie pass was in around and wasn't ninety nine this couldn't be that create of a deal if you're right if if i was opposed located right next to cinemark i could maybe save five dollars each taken mif i see what four movies a month that's twenty bucks worth the savings in in how much is this membership it's eight ninety nine a month so i'd say eleven dollars i mean i guess and it did i guess it depends a lot on your market you know if few big if you live in a big city like los angeles or new yorker something were took prices are a little bit more expensive like maybe it makes a little bit of sense but and the other thing that really pisanie off about this is like them saying oh yeah we're going to give you we're gonna wave the online fees four of being able for giving you the ability to choose your seats beforehand and buy tickets online it's like that doesn't cost anything that's been a given of every theatrical experience i've had in los angeles basically since i've lived out here for almost ten years so it's like that it doesn't cost the theater anything to do that and for them to try to sell that as a perk of this membership program is insane yeah i i think these exhibitors are living in the past and they're like so out of touch with what moviegoers wont i don't know it seems lake.
"cinemark" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Nine eleven seventy four a court order to our texasbased movie theater chain to accommodate disabled moviegoers a federal appeals court ease ruling against plano based cinemark saying the nation's thirdlargest movie chain is obligated to provide specialized interpreters to patrons you are deaf and blind the case involved pennsylvania man wanted cinemark to provide a tactile interpreter for screening of gone girl three years ago tactile signing is a common means of communication used by people with both a sight and hearing impairment the court ruled friday the tactile interpreters are covered by the americans with disabilities act but the texasbased movie chang can still get off the hook if it convinces the court that providing the interpreters would cause an undue burden all chambers for cbs news dallas in the national league division series in la dodgers beat the arizona diamondbacks 85 to take game two on a twogoal lead other nld s series now tied at a game apiece between the cubs and that's tom fool cbs news tonight partly cloudy warm and humid with a shower thunderstorm around lay low of sixty seven tomorrow some sun with a passing shower and a high of 84 to wrap up the weekend tomorrow night mainly clear warming humid with a low 65 monday's mainly cloudy warm and humid approaching recordbreaking temperatures with a passing shower monday's highest eighty nine i'm accuweather's alex rabbis he's rush limbaugh i think trump supporters are far more sophisticated than anybody realizes politically suffist they know plenty they know clearly enough to know what's wrong with it they know enough about politics the know what to be mad they know enough about politics to be energized and show up and vote and trying to do something about it they're not mumtaz listen to rush limbaugh mornings at.
"cinemark" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"An appeals court is laying out some new ground rules for what movie theaters must offer patrons who are deaf and blind correspondent john stolnis has more the third us circuit court of appeals based in philadelphia ruled against the movie theatre company cinemark which is the nation's thirdlargest movie chain the case involved a pennsylvania and who wanted to see the movie gone girl and sought a tactile interpreter from his cinemark theater in pittsburgh the theater denied his request the appeals court said that tactile interpreters are covered by the americans with disabilities act and says cinemark can still argue though that providing the interpreters would be an undue burden i'm john stolnis a transgender teen in maine who said he was kicked out of his former high school for his gender identity has been named homecoming king at his new school styles this lack told w h is heart kinda dropped when he heard the announcement at noble high school football game last night i'm jan johnson and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters and the bureau of safety and environmental enforcement reports operators have shut in one point 62 million barrels the day or ninety two percent of us gulf oil production in preparation for hurricane needs to be s e e reports said the new seven percent of net gas production has been shut in houston went from last two first in us hotel occupancy and revenue growth after hurricane harvey struck in late august more on that from bloomberg's charlie pellett federal emergency workers and others responding to the storm descended on the city and displaced residents were so speaking shelter according to s t r a data provider for the launching industry occupancy in houston hotels rose to eighty seven percent last month from fifty nine percent a year earlier the average room rate was up twelve percent to one hundred sixteen dollars charlie pellett bloomberg radio john flannery the new chief executive of general electric is making management changes as he tries to revive jeez stock price which is the worst performer and the dow jones industrial average this year she is down twenty two point eight percent chief financial officer jeffrey bornstein is leaving and will be replaced by jamie miller ceo of g e transportation two other longtime company veterans and g e vicechairs beth comstock and john.
"cinemark" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"An appeals court says federal disability to law requires movie theaters to provide interpreters to patrons who are both deaf and blind the third us circuit court of appeals based in philadelphia ruled against the movie theater companies cinemark which is the nation's thirdlargest movie chain the case involved a pennsylvania man who wanted to see the movie gone girl and sought a tactile interpreter from his cinemark theater in pittsburgh the theater denied his request the appeals court said that tactile interpreters are covered by the americans with disabilities act and says cinemark can still argue though that providing the interpreters would be an undue burden cinemark as a company earned two hundred fifty seven million dollars in two thousand sixteen i'm john stolnis comedian ralfie may has died at age forty five you've been battling pneumonia for several weeks after suffering a cardiac arrest he finished second in the show last comic standing in two thousand three i'm rich johnson and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters three people familiar with the process say the white house team leading the search for the next generation of federal reserve leaders is seeking contenders willing to roll back financial regulations but the successful candidates will also have experience in monetary policy and the consensusbuilding skills to run a large organization it's the first time the vetting criteria for a fed chief and governors has been revealed and it comes from administration officials who don't want to be identified because president trump hasn't yet made a decision john flannery the new ceo of the bostonbased general electric is making managed meant changes as he tries to revive g e stock price he is the worst performer and the dow jones industrial average this year down twenty two point eight percent chief financial officer jeffrey bornstein is leaving and will be replaced by jimmy miller ceo of g e transportation two other longtime company veterans and g e vicechairs beth comstock and john rice are retiring tesla ceo ilan mask says puerto rico needs power said the company is prioritising efforts to increase battery output there tesla said last week it was sending hundreds of its power while systems which can be paired with solar panels to the island musk says that will push back the introduction of an odd thomas semi truck from tesla he us state department has approved a potential fifteen billion dollar sale of lockheed martin's that antimissile interceptors launchers and radar to.
"cinemark" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Cinemark dot com or download the cinemark app chewed day i didn't think that we would get to a poor because offenses were so but you know just kind of leading the way on this i didn't think we would get to this point to were defenses would have the uh the ability to change things as much as they have over the last couple of years and especially in the very early goings of this season because rule changes in and the way the game is played in the nfl has been in office a game in his still is edits at its core but you know now with defensive fronts plane whether the plane and the resurgence of topflight running backs take it runningbacks in the first round and and value being placed of the run game again it's you know that balances starting to shift its it's it's weird to see that happen in real time yeah i think the end is it a better game you know carolina buffalo nine three has nothing good about yeah that's not that's not good that that's that's not good you know we we began the show talking about san francisco giants inner complete lack of power in an age where power is now recordsetting in an age where you're at lanez and green bay's can get up and down the field and do damage nine threes now good two weeks of the forty nine and that's going to touch down that's not good but atlanta in this which stay in reason because they went to the super bowl last year basically headed one atlanta's got it on both sides of the ball yet it a really good offense yvonne obviously you know matt ryan is more than capable quarterback mvp last year whether you like it or not and their defense that dan atlanta's defense for foot back really but definitely that front at atlanta defense is good if i'm asked if i was running it of franchise and when we buy our nfl team you know look we'll we'll talk about of loss fee on this i atlanta is set up exactly how i like it.
"cinemark" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The cinemark app to day i don't know if it would be unprecedented but it would be very impressive of the wars were able to bring back everybody everybody the three at a monster back with west the trulia mcgee what are we damien john's i just don't know and we don't know yet i just don't know and i don't think i i've i've i've heard nothing but a promise surrounding his name and the possibility of his game that comes from warrior people and i don't think that there's some me we'll take a little tickets or anything like that it's it's the again it and the up topic because you know me now you know do this kind of stuff like working which you because every time a work which you are realize we have a lot more comic not many people know bustling wolf to on the many people know about the what do you mean selling tickets the wall no wolf show no no no no no cylinder wolf tickets and those of you know about ciller wolf tickets you'd oba syllable tickets but dumb mm i i just it would be it would be very impressive if they were able to do that because how many teams did you see in salary cap sports to where they have championship years in a due to go to to get that paycheck which is again very american very navy and for that very much so we don't see the law but we also i don't think we seal team marked the warriors and we talked about the last time that we do the show together how eagled as the warriors are not as individuals i'm sure there's egos phone around the locker i'm talking about as a team and really identify and respecting your role and respected the system that's why the rare week as you know it's going to pay dividends very much and it's not talked about like if we play ball this way we may have a chance to win no use you've seen it work for you now three trips to the finals to championships in those three trips the way the warriors as individuals see the game and how they collectively come together to play that game on both ends of the court often simply.