Rodriguez is on board with the re-release and so is Jon Landau, the co-producer of Alita: Battle Angel.
It’s great to know that Rodriguez and Jon Landau are pleased with Alita being re-released.
Cinemark has asked for our help in promotion by requesting 1,000 retweets on their tweet. That’s a given, actually. We should be spreading the word as far as possible. So if you haven’t yet, please like and retweet the Cinemark tweet linked below:
#AlitaArmy – it’s worth a try to email Cineworld (firstname.lastname@example.org) and ask them to remain open to re-release Alita: Battle Angel. You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take! Do it for Alita!
Also, let Cineworld know in this thread that you want them to stay open!
The tweet was in reference to the post by Regal Movies announcing the date that Alita: Battle Angel will be re-released in theaters.
But we shouldn’t stop with Regal Movies (and the announcement by Cinemark), we should also press the biggest movie theater chain in North America, AMC Theaters. Strike while the iron is hot. And like Sean O’Connell said, “the right people are watching.” We need to send a message to AMC Theaters as well!
Join us LIVE Saturday, October 3 at 5:00 pm EST on the Alita Army “Radio KAOS” live-stream. This week we’re discussing the status of the Alita sequel and what to do now that Alita is getting a re-release at Cinemark Theaters.
The tweet storm on October 1, 2020 was a success. Thank you to all who participated.
UPDATE: The Cinemark website has been updated with a page for Alita: Battle Angel. We can probably expect showtimes to begin appearing in the next few weeks, starting at October 30, 2020. See the page here.
Robert Rodriguez has responded to the news of Alita being re-released: