As part of precautionary measures against the spread of COVID-19, a Japanese cinema installs 'social distancing seats' for people to watch movies in private.
The source in the Kingdom's interior ministry said that all precautionary measures are subject to continuous evaluation by the authorities.
'No Time to Die' is scheduled for an April release while 'Black Widow' and the new 'Fast & Furious' installment are set for May
Open-air cinemas are seeing a revival in many parts of the world as the leisure industry figures out how to deal with the constraints of the pandemic
The A-Lister expressed hope for film theatres, saying that Netflix and cinemas can co-exist in the future
“Black Widow,” starring Scarlett Johansson as the Marvel action hero, had originally been scheduled for May before Disney moved it to Nov. 6
Cinemas wre shut down six months ago in the country.
Italy is among the worst-hit countries, with over 33,000 deaths.
With more than 230 fatalities, Italy has recorded the most deaths from the COVID-19 disease of any country outside China