Thirty-one Broadway shows were in production when the shutdown began. Those that come back are expected to resume over a series of rolling dates in early 2021, the Broadway League said in a statement.
Coronavirus Outbreak: After Tenet, Disney's Mulan stands postponed; film will now release on 21 August
US movie theatres planned their widespread reopening around the release of Tenet and Mulan, but with the surge of coronavirus cases in parts of the country, those films have been pushed ahead.
Coronavirus outbreak may not erode movie superstardom in India, but change the definition as we know it today
With theatres shut for months, and audience warming up even more to streaming platforms, Bollywood superstars may have to straddle both worlds in a post-coronavirus universe.
Avengers: Endgame provided the perfect medium for fans worldwide to bond over their shared loss
Saudi Arabia reverses ban on theatres: Country's modernisation makes it a huge opportunity for Bollywood
More than a mere market for films, Saudi Arabia’s tourism could also get a boost if Bollywood decides to shoot some big-ticket film in the Kingdom.
Padmaavat protests: Gurugram police arrests 46, including Karni Sena leader, for burning school bus, torching other vehicles
Gurugram police arrested four people, including a Karni Sena leader, in connection with protests against 'Padmaavat', taking the total number of arrests to 46.
Anti-Padmaavat protesters unleash violence in Ahmedabad: Malls vandalised, vehicles burnt ahead of Karni Sena chief's visit
30 motorcyles were set on fire and several other vehicles parked outside three city malls were damaged by protesters opposing release of Padmaavat, police said.
The Bombay High Court on Thursday directed the Maharashtra government to file a reply to a PIL challenging the prohibition on carrying outside food into movie theatres
Rather than trying to catch-up with the rest in the multiplex race, spaces such as Regal Theatre should write their own narrative.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday clarified that the audience need not stand when the National Anthem is played as a part of the storyline of a film, newsreel or documentary.
Twelve persons, including two women, were detained by police for not standing up while the national anthem was in progress at the International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK) in Thiruvananthapuram on Monday, said a report. That was a day after eight youths were beaten up in a Chennai cinema hall for not standing up during the anthem.
The Supreme Court today refused to entertain a plea of a BJP leader and lawyer seeking playing of national anthem in all courts before the start of proceedings.
If standing up for the National Anthem in a theatre makes me a patriot, the Supreme Court is right. Bring it on.
What kinds of standards are being set for patriotism? Don't the people collecting black money also stand up for the National Anthem?
Is it possible to homogenise nationalist sentiment and outlaw all interpretations that vary from the State’s?
Many have argued for standing up during the National Anthem. Is national pride forced? It's surely not under your control where the National Anthem is played, but if you genuinely don't feel the 'emotion' to get up, should you be heckled because the feeling doesn't naturally come to you?
Multiplex operators like PVR Ltd, Inox Leisure, Reliance Mediaworks and Mexican chain Cinepolis are scrambling to set up theatres targeting the rapidly growing number of middle-class Indians willing to pay to watch Bollywood movies in more comfortable surroundings.
While in Kamal Haasan’s Vishwaroopam, reported threats by Muslim organisations prompted district authorities to pass orders against the screening of the film, in Vijay’s case it’s still unclear if the police or government authorities had any role in stalling the release.
Riding high on the star power of Shah Rukh Khan and a long festive weekend of Eid, director Rohit Shetty's highly anticipated "Chennai Express" today opened with 80-90 per cent occupancy in theatres pan India