Chinese-American actress Yifei Liu attends the world premiere of Disney’s Mulan at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. With California coronavirus restrictions easing and major movies eyeing July release dates, Tinseltown’s marketing gurus are scrambling for ways to safely roll out the red carpet. Photo: AFP Chinese-American actress Yifei Liu attends the world premiere of Disney’s Mulan at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. With California coronavirus restrictions easing and major movies eyeing July release dates, Tinseltown’s marketing gurus are scrambling for ways to safely roll out the red carpet. Photo: AFP
Chinese-American actress Yifei Liu attends the world premiere of Disney’s Mulan at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. With California coronavirus restrictions easing and major movies eyeing July release dates, Tinseltown’s marketing gurus are scrambling for ways to safely roll out the red carpet. Photo: AFP

What would a Tenet red carpet look like? Movie premieres amid social distancing – no fans, pods for stars and video links all on the table

  • Tinseltown is scrambling for ways to safely get the glamour going again as blockbusters like Christopher Nolan’s Tenet eye July release dates
  • Plans include ‘bypass lanes’ that free up the red carpet for the stars alone and plexiglas barriers between them and journalists

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Chinese-American actress Yifei Liu attends the world premiere of Disney’s Mulan at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. With California coronavirus restrictions easing and major movies eyeing July release dates, Tinseltown’s marketing gurus are scrambling for ways to safely roll out the red carpet. Photo: AFP Chinese-American actress Yifei Liu attends the world premiere of Disney’s Mulan at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. With California coronavirus restrictions easing and major movies eyeing July release dates, Tinseltown’s marketing gurus are scrambling for ways to safely roll out the red carpet. Photo: AFP
Chinese-American actress Yifei Liu attends the world premiere of Disney’s Mulan at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. With California coronavirus restrictions easing and major movies eyeing July release dates, Tinseltown’s marketing gurus are scrambling for ways to safely roll out the red carpet. Photo: AFP
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