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KENDALL, FLORIDA - OCTOBER 05: A temporarily closed sign is seen at a Regal Cinemas location on October 05, 2020 in Kendall, Florida. The parent company of Regal Cinemas announced that it is suspending operations at all of its locations in the U.S. starting Thursday, Oct. 8. The 543-theater chain had reopened in August but decided to close again due to continued revenue losses from the coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Regal Cinemas will be closing it’s doors indefinitely in the U.S. on Thursday.

This came after the news of more postponements in the 2020 movie schedule and the new James Bond movie.

They had just recently reopened their doors along with multiple other cinema chains after being closed for months due to the pandemic.

Other SWFL theaters are set to close their doors also. Naples’ Paragon Theaters Pavilion 12 and the chain’s other locations in Florida will close for  “short intermission and break in its daily operations,” marketing director Don Edwards said Tuesday.

AMC theaters plan to stay open. They currently have about 80% of their theaters open and operational.

Here’s a list of the Regal theaters that are closing in our area.

  • Regal Belltower and ScreenX in south Fort Myers
  • Regal Naples 4DX & IMAX in North Naples
  • Regal Gulf Coast & IMAX in San Carlos Park
  • Regal Town Center in Port Charlotte
  • And Regal Coconut Point in Estero.

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