Restaurant turns into drive-in movie theater due to coronavirus
Coach Meeting House owner Russ Lundstrum discusses how he transformed his restaurant into a drive-in movie theater that sells frozen drinks to customers.
The coronavirus pandemic has seemingly brought interest back to drive-in movie theaters as people try to stay apart while they seek entertainment. But, for some, it might not be clear why drive-in movie theaters went out of style in the first place.
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"You’re in your own car, away from other people, yet still have a chance to get out of the house and see a movie,” Schuyler Moore, an entertainment attorney at Greenberg Glusker in Los Angeles told FOX Business. “For most audiences right now, this is a lot more preferable than being packed in a confined, public space with dozens of other people."
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