Despite pandemic, Wonder Woman 1984 brings movie-lovers out to theater |

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MAUMEE, Ohio-Christmas weekend is usually reserved for box office blockbusters. While there is no doubt that things are different this year, the release of Warner Bros.'s "Wonder Woman 1984" is still the same.

This is the first large recording studio to be shown in theaters in several months, and it is also one of the few large recording studios during the pandemic. Although vacations are always one of the busiest times of the year in theaters, the superheroine sequel has contributed to this trend.

If you travel to the local Cinemark theater, you will see many signs that all the different safety measures are being taken. Maumee's Fallen Timbers theater does look a little different, but fans say the experience is still the same.

Movie viewer Dave Bell said: "This is the first time we have been to a movie theater since February."

This is the case for many people across the country this year. The theater chain is closed for most of the year, and hardly any major studio movies are released. Bell said that he missed going to the theater to watch movies, eating popcorn and sweets, and enjoying the good time like father and son.

Bell said: "I think everyone feels a little crazy." "We won't go out with many people. Christmas is just our family. We want to go out and do something together."

People who watched the movie said they would feel safe after taking these measures. Need a mask. After each screening, the theater was disinfected. The seats can be pulled apart from the entire row of seats to separate you from the next group, thus keeping you away from socializing.

Bell said: "There are sterile wipes at the entrance of the door, so you can wipe the seats. The seats with the wipes are gone, just leather or leather."

During the pandemic, "Wonder Woman 1984" is expected to have the best opening three days of the three movies. This was also the first major movie released on the streaming service HBO Max at the same time, which caused the theater to worry about the future. But Dave's son Connor said the theater is still the best way to watch.

He said: "I really hope that the movie theater can stay because I like it more than watching movies at home." "The speakers are really great, and the big screen is always better than watching it on a mobile phone."

Under the influence of the pandemic, people watching streaming media at home will certainly become an option, and people will not rush back to the theater.

 But the people at the cinema said that movies and cinemas will make a comeback next year.

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