But it’s unclear if consumers will want to leave the comfort of their homes, just to eat dinner with a bunch of strangers.

“Moviegoing will exist for decades to come, as long as parents want to get away from their kids and kids want to get away from their parents,” said Rich Greenfield of LightShed Partners. “However, with an explosion of high-quality in-home entertainment and the shattering of historically rigid theatrical release windows, the business will continue to shrink.”