The spread of the cornavirus Covid-19 has led to the government advise against attending bars, restaurants, theatres, cinemas or other places where large gatherings of people occur. A Quiet Place – Part II was due for release but like so many other big release it has since been delayed to a later date.
As of 16th March 2020 UK cinemas are still open for business. Despite the official advice for the public not to attend such gatherings the government has not ordered them to close. It may well be the UK will follow many other countries and officially close venues. With all of that said let’s take a look at the week’s surviving new releases: Cinema releases 20 March 2020 for the UK.
So even though the UK has not forced businesses to close you should avoid all cinemas, theatres, bars and resturants until told otherwise. For more information head over to the BBC website.
Out of interest there is really only one release left listed as coming out on Friday 20th March 2020, drama Radioactive from director Marjane Satrapi. It stars Rosamund Pike, Anya Taylor-Joy and Jonathan Aris. You can see the film trailer below:
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