After four-month drought, movie theaters beg studios: Release the blockbusters

Four months of near zero revenue has brought the $50 billion annual business to its knees. Despite far from ideal circumstances, movie houses say it’s time for new movies. While the beleaguered restaurant industry still has takeout and airlines continue to operate with masked flyers, the vast majority of U.S. movie theaters haven’t punched a single ticket since March.

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