The closure of L.L. Bean and Cinemark, the two largest movie theaters in Los Angeles, will leave only two theaters open for the remainder of the year.
The Los Angeles Film and Television Commission said on Tuesday that it would close two of the remaining two theaters in the city, located in the Mission District and Beverly Hills.
The L.F.T.C. said it planned to close two more theaters in downtown Los Angeles as early as December.
The closures will leave just three locations in the Los Angeles region open for general admission audiences: the Hollywood and Vine theaters in Beverly Hills and the Westwood and South L.O.V.A., both located in North Hollywood.
Both theaters are popular locations that have hosted some of the biggest blockbusters in recent memory.
The LA Film Festival will also end.
The festival, which takes place each fall in the LA region, is a three-day celebration of films, and this year will mark its first time in its history without a major blockbuster.
The first film in the festival’s lineup will be “The Shape of Water,” a thriller that stars Tom Hanks and Kate Winslet.
It is one of three films in the final film slate of the L.B.F., which has more than 20 films scheduled.
The two other films scheduled for L.AF. are “The Purge: Election Year” and “The Good Dinosaur.”
Both films are slated for release in 2019.