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Fandango reflects the hope of movies to come

Dan Webster

Though we movie fans keep getting bad news regarding the reopening of theaters, the industry itself wants us to remain interested. And it's doing all it can to remind us of what's coming.

Take Fandango, for example. The moviegoing service just sent out a message outlining all the movies that we'll be able to see … just as soon as the theaters reopen, which is still up in the air due to reactions to the COVID-19 crisis.

One part of Fandango's message refers to the Rotten Tomatoes list of the "60 Most Anticipated Movies of 2020." (Or 58, as the case may be.)

"It's never too early to get excited about movies," the message blares, "so start marking these in your calendars."

Great news. If only that calendar didn't keep changing. Anyway, check out the list and watch some of the trailers.

It may, to paraphrase Harry Callahan, make your day.

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