Arena Cinelounge Sunset will open the first 7-nights-a-week Drive-In movie theater in the heart of Hollywood on Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020, with a slate of new and classic films, and special event screenings, to welcome audiences back to the cinema experience in the comfort of their own vehicles.

The Drive-In will be set behind the iconic Egyptian Theater with top-of-the-line digital projection and in full compliance with public health and DCI protocols, including socially distanced parking options and concessions specially packaged for contactless delivery. 

“Our aim is to bring the same bespoke charisma Arena Cinelounge is known for as an independent theater to the Drive-In experience”, said Meoli. “We’re excited to be exhibiting and curating again and look forward to continuing to offer audiences new, classic and culturally relevant content.”

Marking its Grand Opening, the Arena Cinelounge Drive-In will screen a number of the latest films to welcome audiences back to the theatre experience, including: Mel Gibson’s stylized holiday thriller Fatman, the Aaron Eckhart-starrer Wander, the Bruce Willis and Thomas Jane sci-fi epic Breach, and Archenemy, a “gonzo sci-fi/superhero” film starring Joe Manganiello. The Drive-In is also set to screen the 2002 documentary, The Weather Underground. Finally, Arena Cinelounge will celebrate the holidays with “A Shane Black Christmas”, a cultivated back-to-back screening series of Lethal Weapon, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, The Long Kiss Goodnight and The Last Boy Scout.

The Arena Cinelounge Drive-In will open on Dec. 1st at 1625 N. Las Palmas Ave. Hollywood CA 90028. For additional information and calendar, click HERE.