Paris Has Created A Floating Drive-In Theater For Boats

Drive-In movie theaters are coming back in a big way thank to coronavirus, but now get ready for a NEW innovation in theater-going: the FLOATING drive-in theater!

The city of Paris is creating a floating movie theater where people can actually watch a movie projected on their screen from their boats on the Seine river next week.

It’s called the "Cinéma sur l’Eau" (cinema on the water) and will be held on July 18th and as of right now only 38 electric boats are eligible to participate on the trial run.

Another 150 people will watch from deckchairs on dry land on a first-come, first-served basis as well.

The two movies set to play on the big screen, include “A Corona Story,” a short film about the pandemic and “Le Grand Bain,” a French comedy from 2018.

Fingers crossed this comes here because who wouldn’t want to watch National Treasure on the Potomac River!?

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