CMX Cinemas Village 14, formerly Cobb Theatres, reopened in Village at Leesburg Sept. 25 after six months of closure.
Films on the theater’s slate over the weekend included newer releases such as “Tenet,” “Unhinged,” “Infidel” and “The Secrets We Keep,” as well as the 2018 documentary “RBG” — in honor of the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg — and the 2014 animated classic “The Lego Movie.”
Representatives said CMX Cinemas has been developing reopening plans and safety protocols for its theaters since operations halted in March.
“...we have been working diligently on safety protocols that will make CMX Cinemas a model, not just for theaters, but for all businesses on how to open responsibly,” CMX Vice President of Operations Guy Austin said in a prepared statement.
Atop its adherence to local, state and federal health mandates — including a mask requirement, reduced capacity, enhanced cleaning procedures and increased air ventilation when possible — CMX has implemented a system that blocks off the seats surrounding each guest’s chosen spot in the auditorium.
Between showings of new releases and classic films, employees will use foggers to disinfect and sanitize all theater surfaces as well as the air.
Per officials, CMX is introducing a new pricing system with Saver and Super Saver days, as well as Terrific Tuesdays, with an all-day $5 ticket price.
More information can be found at cmxcinemas.com.
— Times-Mirror staff