STUDIO CITY—AMC Theaters will be reopening 450 of its U.S. locations on July 15, 150 theaters are reopening on July 24, after shutting its doors for three months in efforts to keep the public safe from the spread of COVID-19.

Chief Executive of AMC Entertainment Adam Aron said “a lot is still ‘fluid,'” during a phone call on Tuesday with the entertainment groups investors.

AMC theaters are planning to reopen in time for Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet.” “Tenet”  which is scheduled for release on July 17. Disney’s “Mulan” is scheduled to be released on July 24th.

According to Representatives for AMC 10 theaters, they have opened theaters in Germany Norway, Spain, and Portugal. AMC Theaters in the United Kingdom are also scheduled to re-open in mid-July. Broadway will remain dark until further notice.

CDC Health authorities have advised that large indoor social gatherings can be a high-risk environment. Moviegoers are encouraged to follow health and safety guidelines when attending AMC cinemas.

Face-covering is mandatory, the social distancing of six feet apart is required if you are not in the same crowd and disposable seat covers are suggested for theaters to limit the spread COVID-19 but are not required. Keeping theater doors open during hours of operation is also recommended.

Drive-in theaters are coming back on the rise for moviegoers. Check your local entertainment guide for more information. For additional information on AMC theaters, visit There is a list of theaters worldwide, as well as AMC On Demand for movie rental and purchase

Canyon News attempted to contact AMC and Cheif executive Adam Aron for additional comments, there was no response. In addition, SPOKE to a source who asked to remain anonymous.