Hollywood actress Goldie Hawn is anxiously looking to the film industry's future, and she told the New York Times.
According to Hawn, news of the closure of cinemas due to the economic downturn caused by restrictions on the coronavirus forces many in the industry to try to understand what will happen to it next. And how to be busy in this industry.
As an example, the actress cited AMC, a cable channel that specializes in classic films:
"We are trying to figure out what to do next - I mean, when you see that AMC only has enough money to make it to the end and leave. There is nothing like it when you have access to this big screen and the busy people with it. I am sad to realize that all of this may end."