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While drive-in movie showings continue at the Glendale Drive-In, Westgate is also trying its hand at allowing people to watch a big-screen movie from cars.

It’s retro, yet very today—entertainment with social distancing on the forefront.

Last weekend, YAM Properties started “Moonlight Movie Nights,” a social distancing drive-in movie experience at Westgate Entertainment District in Glendale.

Last weekenend’s double bill of “The Greatest Showman” and “Night at the Museum” played, with admission of $15 per car for one or two people, $20 per car for three or more.

Westgate plans to continue Saturday and Sunday night double features this weekend.

“Guests can motor in to watch their favorite flicks with their quarantine crew while maintaining social distancing guidelines,” according to a press release.

Cars will be parked a minimum of 10 feet apart and all guests will be required to remain in their vehicles for the duration of the movie, with the exception of sitting in their truck bed or using the restroom. 

For more information on schedules or to purchase tickets, visit 

There will be no box office onsite.

Food can be purchased via window-side service at Westgate restaurants such as Bar Louie, Wetzel’s Pretzels, Crumbl Cookies and Pho. 

Guests who spend at least $20 at one of these participating restaurants will receive a full reimbursement of their movie ticket.

The movie showings will take place in Lot 7 at Westgate Entertainment District, 6770 N. Sunrise Boulevard, Glendale. The entrance to the drive-in can be accessed from the east side of the center on Gail Lane.