As Yahoo Entertainment reported last week, there’s been an unofficial pact formed by movie theaters, complexes and chains nationwide to re-open for business in time for the release Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated July 17 thriller Tenet, with major releases like Mulan (July 24) and Wonder Woman 1984 (Aug. 14) to follow shortly thereafter.

But what will movie theaters look like in a post-coronavirus world? Like with virtually every other facet of life, the pandemic will greatly affect — at least for the near-future — the filmgoing experience, with socially distanced seating (meaning no more sold out theaters) a near certainty, and changes to ticketing, concessions and other aspects highly likely.

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