As, of now it was decided that the company was yet to release another statement about its future plans. However, with the government continuing to implement social distancing guidelines, it could be a while before they reopen. On the other side, Cineplex has found a way to provide entertainment to Canadians at home for a small price that’s worth every penny. Whereas, on March 16, Global News reported that all of Canada’s 165 Cineplex locations would be closing their doors until at least by 2nd April.
There were many films such as Charlie’s Angels, Parasite, Bombshell, as well as many more are available for rent on their website which cost is starting at $4.99 only. The site also provides many kind of option to purchase films such as Bad Boys for Life and many others for permanent ownership, although this costs more than about $26.99 per movie. However, this is cheaper than the average movie ticket experience.
During this time, there were many other companies which are also working very hard to bring Canadians a sense of some normal life as they’re spending long hours in their houses. Whereas, according to the company’s website, unwatched rented movies which will be staying on everyone’s account for 30 days, but once you click play, you’ll have just 48 hours to watch the film as many times as you’d like and before having to rent it again.
No matter if you’re choosing to watch movies on Cineplex then in between, there’s no shortage of ways to get your film fix from home this spring. Nintendo Life also writes that the sale will last until April 19, so you people are having plenty of time to try out demos and purchase games. According to Nintendo Life, the Huge Spring Sale includes over 3150 games at slashed prices with few discounts of up to 75%-80% on the e-shop that you can access from your Switch device. Right now, people can get your hands on digital versions of games like Classic Games, Seeders Puzzle Reboot, The Child’s Sight, and Shut Eye all for less than $1.