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You Don't Have To Drive So Far To Get To An LA Drive-In Anymore

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Have you ever wanted to go to the drive-in, then looked on a map and realized that most of them are a good drive away from the city of L.A.? New drive-in pop-ups are here to help, fitting into the nooks and crannies of the city to offer movie lovers a COVID-safe way to watch classics, and even the occasional newer film.

The Hollywood Legion Drive-In even started screening the recently-released Tenet this past weekend ahead of its forthcoming home video release. Arena Cinelounge Sunset opened a drive-in behind the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood. And Rooftop Cinema Club took over the Santa Monica Airport.

With the last scheduled tentpole release of 2020, Wonder Woman 1984, debuting on streaming alongside theatrical release, the future of cinemas has rarely seemed shakier. But the future of drive-ins looks headlight-bright.

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