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Entertainment Odeon releases film schedule as it prepares to reopen Scots cinemas on July 15

23:26  30 june  2020
23:26  30 june  2020 Source:   msn.com

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a guitar hanging on the side of a building: Odeon is set to reopen Scots cinemas on July 15 © PA Odeon is set to reopen Scots cinemas on July 15

Scots film buffs have been starved of their regular trips to the cinema for more than three months now.

But there is light at the end of the tunnel as theatres prepare to reopen in Scotland from July 15 onwards.

UK cinema giant Odeon is firmly on the way to being ready for the big day, as it gets set to reopen most of its Scottish branches in just over two weeks time.

Cinemas at Braehead, Dundee, Dunfermline, East Kilbride, Edinburgh Fort Kinnaird, Edinburgh West, Glasgow Quay and Kilmarnock are all set to welcome customers back in on July 15.

Others in Ayr and Edinburgh Lothian Road will remain closed, with a reopening date expected to be announced soon.

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All of the cinemas due to reopen will see strict social distancing rules enforced in a bid to safeguard both customers and workers from coronavirus.

Film fans will be urged to pay for tickets online while the use of cash has been banned. All food will be also prepackaged to minimise contact.

a large room: A limited number of seats will be available for each showing during the first days of reopening © Darren Quinton/Coventry Telegraph A limited number of seats will be available for each showing during the first days of reopening

Customers will be greeted by a number of hand sanitising stations and staff will be offered appropriate PPE.

Start and end times of films will also be staggered in a bid to reduce queuing in buildings.

A number of big blockbuster films have been delayed during the pandemic, including the new James Bond film No Time to Die and Christopher Nolan’s hugely-anticipated Tenet.

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But Odeon promises a schedule of films that contains classics from the past and the present on the first few days of operations.

Here is a list of the films you will be able to buy tickets for from the first day of Odeon cinemas reopening.

  • 1917
  • Bad Boys for Life
  • Bloodshot
  • Bohemian Rhapsody
  • Bombshell
  • Booksmart
  • Dirty Dancing (30th Anniversary)
  • Just Mercy
  • La La Land
  • My Spy
  • Onward
  • Parasite
  • Queen & Slim
  • Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
  • Swingersi
  • The Dark Knight
  • The Greatest Showman

Times, dates and films being shown will vary depending on location. Visit here for more information.

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