Drive in theaters

There will be six free showings over the next two months, including "Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope," "Coming To America," "Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse," and more.
If you're the kind of person who feels uncomfortable with the idea of sitting inside a regular movie theater, you may want to stick with an outdoor one.
The first two showings are of "Phantom Of The Opera" and "Purple Rain."
Their initial lineup this weekend includes "Girls Trip," "Training Day," "Minions," "Belly," "Sonic," "Harlem Nights," "Trolls," and "Transformers."
Rooftop Films opened their Brooklyn Drive-In last weekend, and will open the Queens Drive-In in August.
The drive-in launches this weekend with a documentary about Congressman John Lewis and a horror movie directed by Dave Franco.
The Tribeca Drive-In series will be showing lots of movies at Orchard Beach in The Bronx and Nickerson Beach in Nassau County all next month.
Skyline Drive-In will have a movie showing every night at 9 p.m. for the rest of the summer, but it's pricey if you don't have a large group.
In addition to drive-in movies on giant screens, they want to have live music concerts, karaoke nights, carside dinner service from street vendors, interactive games, and various themed nights.
Drive-in movies may become all the rage in the coming months.
From the Jersey Shore to Litchfield County, have this list handy when you're planning a warm weather weekend trip.
This weekend Time magazine looked at the return of the Drive-in movie
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