Chris Lee

movies reporter for Vulture/New York Magazine

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“It’s usually a group of friends, or maybe two cars will pull up together, and they’ll pull out some folding chairs and then have an al-fresco picnic.

Resurgence of drive-in theaters is one silver lining for film business during pandemic

“It’s usually a group of friends, or maybe two cars will pull up together, and they’ll pull out some folding chairs and then have an al-fresco picnic.

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Due to COVID-19, filming schedules are indefinitely postponed.

CGI kissing, on-set quarantines: Ideas to restart film production

Due to COVID-19, filming schedules are indefinitely postponed.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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