After being forced into closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Griffith City Cinemas will reopen their doors for the first time in three months on July 2.
The star entertainment venue located on the corner of Watkins Avenue and Kidman Way is eager to return, with manager Dom Giorgi excited to have customers in front of the big screen once again.
"To get going again will be key to our survival basically," Mr Giorgi said.
"All cinemas will be around quarter capacity following the COVID safety plan, and everyone will have to give their name, phone number and email."
Coronavirus safety procedures will see social distancing rules implemented at all times inside the cinema, with patrons being seated 1.5 square metres apart.
"We'll have to run less sessions in order to clean between movies," Mr Giorgi explained.
"We'll also have extra hand sanitisers, plenty of seats available and sellouts will happen a lot easier."
A number of Hollywood hits will grace cinema screens on July 2, catering to all demographics across the MIA.
Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs, The Personal History of David Copperfield, The Wretched, Mulan and Love Sarah will all be showing.
To find session times and book your tickets, visit https://www.flicks.com.au/cinema/griffith-city-cinemas/.