“If we shut this down, this will not be a reversible process,” says the ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ director.
Director Patty Jenkins has warned that the future of cinema-going is in peril amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“If we shut this down, this will not be a reversible process,” she told news agency Reuters in an interview from her home in Los Angeles. “We could lose movie theater-going forever.”
Jenkins, whose Wonder Woman 1984 has been delayed three times due to the coronavirus pandemic, is among top Hollywood names who have appealed to the government for financial help for cinemas.