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The first cinemas to reopen will begin showing films on July 4 after months of dark screens.

All Showcase cinemas and 10 Odeon cinemas in England will open after closing in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, with a mix of recent versions and old offerings available to attract moviegoers to theaters.

The Odeon cinema at Manchester Trafford Center will screen Sonic The Hedgehog, Birds Of Prey and Bad Boys For Life, all of which were released earlier this year, as well as The Hangover in 2009 and Batman Begins in 2005. Other films directed by Christopher Nolan , including The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises, Dunkirk and Interstellar, will also be available later this month, before the release of their latest Tenet offering, whose release date has already been moved twice.

Another 88 Odeons are also slated to reopen by the end of July, including the Odeon Luxe Leicester Square, which will reopen on July 13.

The showcase cinemas will also show older films on its opening day, including Back To The Future from 1985 and 2019 Oscar winner Bohemian Rhapsody. Vue cinemas will reopen on July 10, while Cineworld and Picturehouse have postponed the the date they plan to reopen theaters after the lockout restrictions are relaxed.

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