CLEVELAND — Cleveland Cinemas has decided to temporarily suspend public showings of films at both Chagrin Cinemas and Cedar Lee Theatre.
In a weekly newsletter sent to patrons this week, Cleveland Cinemas said the decision to pause public screenings was based on “a variety of reasons.”
The Apollo and Capitol Theatre will remain closed until 2021. A reopening date will be announced at a later time.
Cleveland Cinemas said it plans to reopen on Dec. 25 with the debut of several new films, including Tom Hanks’ "News of the World," Roberto Benigni’s "Pinnochio" and "Wonder Woman 1984."
Patrons can still reserve private screenings of films every Friday through Sunday at Cedar Lee or Chagrin.
“Many have asked how they can help the theaters and the hard working, loyal and dedicated staff. The best way to support us is to purchase gift cards, the more the better,” Cleveland Cinemas said in a statement.
For more info on how to purchase gift cards and to receive before Christmas, click here.