Opening 8-28-2020 in Theaters: The New Mutants, The Personal History Of David Copperfield

Movies coming to our local Regal Cinemas theaters August 28, 2020

Wednesday, week #35 of 2020 (8/27-8/30/2020).

*2* new movies in theaters this coming weekend, starting Thursday August 27, 2020.

The New Mutants are being shown in IMAX format.

The New Mutants

The last superhero/comic book character movie I saw in 2020 was Vin Diesel in Bloodshot. Not very entertained with that one, so hoping this one is better. Probably will catch it in IMAX, as we haven’t seen anything in IMAX in awhile.

Anticipation: 5/10

The Personal History of David Copperfield [LIMITED]

Listed as a comedy, the trailer makes this appear more like a period piece on David Copperfield. Not sure what to make of this, but it might surprise me. Not very interested in seeing.

Anticipation: 2/10

Regal Cinemas reportedly opening more theaters in our area on August 28

It looks like our favorite theater, including the one with the super comfortable recliner seats, will be reopening on August 28. Should be just in time to catch at least one of these two new movies. Regal lists their reopening list here:

Since Kara has no interest in seeing The New Mutants, I’ll likely be watching that solo on Thursday night in IMAX.

Do you have movies in theaters in your area?

Will repeat this section weekly for a few weeks as theaters across the United States continue to reopen.

Please let us know in the comments if you have any theaters reopened this weekend and, if so, you have plans to see anything?

If you’re waiting to see what other reports are of the movie theater reopening experience, the safety or lack thereof, it’s all good, we’ll have that covered at least what our experience was like. Some medical experts are saying it’s not safe to return to the movie theaters yet.

One thought on “Opening 8-28-2020 in Theaters: The New Mutants, The Personal History Of David Copperfield

  1. We actually still have a couple of drive-ins. I don’t know how long they’ll stay open this year (usually close around the middle of September). I would prefer to go see movies there if we need to see them in theaters. As much as I want to see a couple of movies coming out, I don’t know that I want to risk it. Our state only has about 300 active cases right now, but with a son who is immunocompromised, the thought of being in a room with a bunch of strangers does worry me.

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