Keanu Reeves was in attendance at the event, where one guest said “many people” weren’t wearing masks.
The retro pricing will be offered for one day only on August 20th.
Warner Bros. is moving ahead with a planned US release, even though theaters in several major markets may not be open.
The move follows the recent postponement of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet.
AMC, Regal, and Cinemark are calling their inability to operate “unconstitutional” and in violation of their First Amendment rights.
The move follows the recent postponements of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet and Disney’s live-action Mulan remake.
Known for his work in everything from Toy Story to Shrek to Wreck-It Ralph.
The cinema chain received swift backlash after initially wanting to avoid “political controversy.”
However, masks will be available for purchase.
All so you can see Mulan and Tenet.
Production on the highly anticipated sequel is on hold due to the pandemic.
Nolan’s latest blockbuster is now due out on July 31st.