With many movie theaters closed due to the pandemic, about 200 Laguna Woods Villagers — some with grandchildren and even dogs in tow — watched big screen versions of “Call of the Wild” on Friday, Aug. 21, and “Yesterday” on Saturday, Aug. 22 in their cars.
The area around the Village Maintenance Center was transformed into a drive-in theater.
Most residents stayed in their front seats. A few got the OK to pull in backwards to enjoy their truck beds just like the old days
About 52 cars showed up on Friday, with 38 cars on Saturday, officials said.
The drive-in movies were sponsored by the Village Community Fund. The entry fee was $10 per car.
No food or drinks were available, but residents were able to bring their own.
Source: Orange County Register