Despite the rapidly growing coronavirus pandemic, Georgia governor Brian Kemp has made the choice to reopen several non-essential businesses in the state on April 27.
Among these businesses include open gyms, nail salons, bowling alleys, restaurants and movie theaters.
Following news that the state of Georgia will be reopening in the midst of the coronavirus, profiling director Spike Lee provided a response to the piece of news in true Spike Lee fashion.
"Open Movie Theatres Now? Hell To Da Naw. I Got Alot More Movies To Make, Not Rollin’ Da Dice Wit’ Da Only Life I Got. TESTING. TESTING And Mo’ TESTING,” Lee said in an email to Vanity Fair.
Even if movies are declared open in certain states, they will have no movies to show. Right now, most major films are delayed until the late summer and early fall. The earliest major release right now is Tenet on July 17 and even for that film, director Christopher Nolan says that its release will also be delayed if theaters are not fully open at that time.
Lee's next film, Da 5 Bloods, is expected on Netflix later this year.
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