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AMC Is Renting Out Movie Theaters for Private Screenings, Starting at Just $99!

AMC Theatres is doing something pretty cool so that people can feel completely safe while watching movies at the theater!

Starting at just $99, customers will have the option of renting out an entire movie theater where they can watch a movie with up to 20 people.

Older movies like The Nightmare Before Christmas and Jurassic Park cost $99 plus tax while newer movies like Tenet and The New Mutants can be seen for as low as $149 plus tax, though the price for new movies goes up depending on theater location.

To host a personal screening, you have to fill out AMC’s request form on their website and a representative will be in contact with you within three business days to complete your order.

AMC’s website says that you’re allowed to bring in outside food if you pay a catering fee of $250, though you can’t bring in any items that they already sell or items that need a heating element.

A new horror movie was just announced to be hitting theaters next week!

AMC Re-Opens: Look Inside the Socially Distanced Movie Theaters (Photos)

AMC Theatres has re-opened select locations around the United States and we have photos from inside some of the socially distanced movie theaters.

The largest movie theater chain in the country resumed operations on Thursday (August 20) and all movie tickets were sold for just 15 cents.

New measures have been put in place to make sure guests maintain social distance while inside the theaters and both employees and moviegoers must wear masks.

In the photos, you can see how there are many empty seats inside the auditoriums as only a limited amount of seats are being sold to make sure people can have their own space.

AMC recently gave an update on new policies for A-List members, including how long you have until your membership will be automatically reinstated.

Russell Crowe‘s new film Unhinged will open this weekend and the X-Men spinoff film The New Mutants opens in theaters next week.

75+ pictures inside from the AMC Theatres reopening… More Here! »

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AMC Gives Update to A-List Members, Reveals New Policies Ahead of Reopening

AMC Theatres just provided a big update to A-List members ahead of the company’s reopening later this month.

Movie theatres across the country have been shut down since March amid the coronavirus pandemic and AMC will begin reopening theatres on August 20. More than 100 locations will open on that date and two-thirds of the locations in the U.S. will be open no later than September 3.

New movies that you can expect to see include Russell Crowe‘s Unhinged on August 21, the X-Men movie The New Mutants on August 28, and Christopher Nolan‘s Tenet on September 3. AMC will be playing a selection of library titles and tickets will cost just $5 for those classics. New releases will play at current movie-going prices.

AMC is implementing rigorous cleaning and safety protocols in order to welcome guests back into movie theaters. The company worked with scientists and experts at The Clorox Company and current and former faculty of Harvard University’s prestigious School of Public Health to come up with the steps to take. Keep reading on for the full protocols!

The company recently disclosed a policy on masks that customers will have to follow.

For those that don’t know, the AMC Stubs A-List program allows members to watch up to three movies a week for as little as $19.95 a month depending where you live. A bunch of new policies were just announced!

Click inside to learn about new A-List membership policies… More Here! »

AMC Refuses To Play Universal Films After 'Trolls World Tour' Comments By Universal CEO

AMC is firing back at Universal Pictures after the CEO opened up about the success of their straight to VOD success with Trolls World Tour.

The animated flick earned $95 million in rental fees in the first 19 days on demand.

Now, AMC boss Adam Aron wrote a letter to Universal Studios Chairman Donna Langley in response to NBC Universal CEO’s Jeff Shell‘s statements about the success and his points that “as soon as theaters reopen, we expect to release movies on both formats.”

The letter explains that he understood that the decision to take Trolls World Tour into homes was an exception during the coronavirus pandemic, which forced all theaters to close for the safety of the country.

“Going forward, AMC will not license any Universal movies in any of our 1,000 theatres globally on these terms,” Aron’s letter said.

Click inside to read the full letter from Adam Aron…More Here! »