Movie buffs are set to prepare for a waft of popcorn as Odeon 5 Cinemas will reopen on July 16.
Cinema manager Helen McBurnie said there will be four sessions a day between the five cinemas.
"We would have opened at the beginning of this month but we didn't want to show anything old or that was available on video demand," she said.
"However, I'm very excited to have people come back in the cinema to enjoy the big screen.
"We have experienced some difficulty getting movie titles because the distributors keep regularly moving the content and it has been hard to bring it out new movies."
Mrs McBurnie said there will be strict social distancing measures in place to ensure the safety of staff and patrons.
"We will be reducing the number of people allowed per cinema, for example a 120 seated cinema will only have between 30 to 40 people inside to abide by the 4 square metre rule," she said.
"We will also have a sign in process, clean the seats and cinema inbetween every session and booking tickets online is preferred but people can still buy it over the counter.
"The candy bar will also be open, cash is fine but card is preferred."
Mrs McBurnie added partners and groups of people will be able to sit next to each other but tickets should be booked in advance to allow for social distancing.
"We have staggered out the movie sessions to make sure patrons are safe when entering and leaving the venue," she said.
"We don't want people to be hanging around the foyer and we are asking patrons to leave once the movie is finished to keep the volume of people low in the venue."
The movies that'll be on the big screen include The Personal History of David Copperfield, SamSam, Love Sara, Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs, The Assistant, The Book Sellers and The King of Staten Island.
"I'm really looking forward to watch Love Sara but we will have something for everyone, whether it be horror or romance," Mrs McBurnie said.
Mrs McBurnie added ticket prices have gone up from July 1 between 50 cents to $1.
"We haven't bumped the prices of tickets in four years or so," she said.
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