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Moviegoers Can Go Back To The Movies

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No popcorn. No Red Vines. And, of course, no movies.

But now your local multiplex might be reopening soon -- even if it has hardly any films to show.

California health officials say movie theaters can start selling tickets as soon as this Friday if they follow strict safety guidelines.

It’s unclear if the big chains, some of which have been teetering on the edge of bankruptcy, will reopen if they can only sell 25% of their seats. But the makers of Tenet and Mulan, both set to premiere in July, no longer have to worry about postponing their release dates.

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