With growing concern for the widespread outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19), folks are putting some “social distance” between themselves and others as they navigate the unknown while trying to keep safe.With all movie theaters already shuttered in China, on Friday, the first big movie chain in the U.S. to address the situation announced that they’ll be reducing their theater capacities in each of their auditoriums by at least 50 percent, beginning Saturday, March 14, and will continue the trend through April 30.Many people are dreading a weekend where they may be holed up inside and are instead trying to figure out alternative entertainment methods, such as reading or binging on the copious amounts of TV offerings available via numerous digital streaming platforms. COLIN HANKS SPEAKS OUT ABOUT DAD TOM HANKS, STEPMOM RITA WILSON’S CORONAVIRUS CONDITIONIn a press release sent to investors on Friday, AMC Theaters said it will achieve its 50 percent capacity reduction by “capping ticket sales for each showtime in each of its theatre’s auditoriums to an amount equal to 50 percent of the normal seating capacity.”Additionally, the chain will further cap ticket sales to a maximum of 250 in auditoriums with more than 500 seats.‘BLOODSHOT’ STAR VIN DIESEL TALKS

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