Have heard of the entertaining series Looks Like Alita: Battle Angel ‘s. Obviously yes, right? But do you know that the name of Looks Like Alita: Battle Angel’s is again arising in the news. The show is again making its name in the headline. Well, do you know the reason for this?
It’s because there are rumors that Looks Like Alita: Battle Angel’s re-release will have to wait for a while.
The other big names including No time to die and Dune have also been shifted to the next year for the release. And now we have this news for Looks Like Alita: Battle Angels will be the same. Well apparently rival theatre chain Cinemark is not purchasing that scenario for even a second as they are not only still on track to bring Robert Rodriguez and James Cameron science – fiction buff favorite back as planned. The tickets are also on sale now. As per the plans, Alita: Battle Angel will be available at participating Cinemark locations beginning from 30 October. The tickets will be $5 per adult and $3 per child.
But to be honest you should not believe in such news as the enthusiasts of it demanded a return to the screens will only going to last for so long. In fact, there are cent chances that 30 October- 1 November, the weekends will be the specific window for watching Doc-Ido’s cybergirl kick ass once again.
For you to know there are also chances that AMC theatres might be jumping upon the bandwagon furthermore. There are good chances that the fam of Looks Like Alita will be having greater choices for the day of this particular event. This is because of the date of the release that is 30 October and also the page set up for the rerelease of Alita: Battle Angels. The fans and creators are seeing this happening and are hopeful for this because the AMC theatres have declared that they are confident in keeping their theatres open. This is possible due to the agreement PVOD has with the Universal.
But if you are thinking that you won’t be able to step in theatres due to the outbreak of a pandemic, then don’t worry as you can watch it online also on MaxGo.
Stay tuned for more.