Mr Movies, John Levy, and his crew at Richmond Regent Theatre will welcome back theatregoers on November 4.
To kick off the new season of big-screen hits, the Regent will present Marvel's latest epic, Eternals, the animated family film Ron's Gone Wrong and The Last Duel.
These will be quickly followed by the new James Bond, No Time To Die, which of course features Daniel Craig for the final time as 007.
Another coming attraction are special preview screenings of A Boy Called Christmas on November 13 ad 14, which stars Maggie Smith and is ideal for families.
Of course, as always, for a full list of coming attractions and screen times visit the Regent website at richmondregent.com.au.
Mr Levy said that there was a buzz around the cinema's return.
"Initial response on Facebook is very supportive," he said.
"The staff had a preliminary meeting on October 16, during which two extra keen teens camped on the steps and excitedly told us they love the cinema and can't wait to come back to the movies."
Mr Levy said hearing impaired visitors would be happy with news more sessions with open captions (dialogue on the big screen) are planned. Confirmed at this stage are Spiderman: No Way Home from December 16, and Ghostbusters from January 1.
Speaking of Ghostbusters ... the Regent is also planning an advanced screening special event to kick off the latest in the film franchise, Ghostbusters: Afterlife.
On Friday, December 10, the Regent will join forces with fellow local business, Ghost Territory Tours, for a paranormal night of spooktacular fun. The normal season will commence on January 1.
During the break, the Regent has also undergone a bit of a facelift.
"Come see the foyer uprades that have taken place, including classy gold bollards and red ropes new Regent welcome mat, and new carpet to both foyers and stairs," Mr Levy said.
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