It’s been a busy few weeks for the Atlanta movie theater chain.

The company has had to scramble to keep pace with new releases in theaters nationwide, with the latest offering being “The Witch,” starring Amy Adams and Daniel Craig.

The film was released on March 15 and has already grossed $9.3 million in North America, bringing the total gross to $26.4 million.

The movie also made $8.9 million in its first weekend in North American theaters.

This weekend, “The Witches” is being shown in theaters across the city.

With “The Magic Kingdom” set to open in July, it is possible to see the movie before the end of the year, said Tom Fitton, president and CEO of the Atlanta Film and Television Commission, which oversees the film and television industries.

But Fitton said it will be more of a wait-and-see situation.

The Magic Kingdom opens on July 16.

“I know there are some great movies that are in theaters, but you can’t necessarily tell me the movie is going to hit the road and then hit the theaters,” Fitton told ABC News.

The chain’s last release was a comedy titled “Wizard” in June, which grossed a mere $3.5 million at the box office.

It was released by Sony Pictures Classics and Warner Bros. Pictures.

“The Wizard” has become one of the best-reviewed films of the season so far, with critics praising the film for its witty dialogue and heart.

Fitton and other industry officials say the Magic Kingdom has been an important draw for moviegoers and the city has become the home of many new films.

Atlanta is also the home to a few new releases that are not showing in the Atlanta area.

The Disney film “Captain America: Civil War” is set to hit theaters in November and will likely draw crowds, including those who were disappointed to not see “The Wiz” on their screens.

Atlanta also has several new movies in development.

The first is the “Marvel: Avengers Assemble” film, which will follow the events of the “Secret Wars” comic book series, which ran from 2008 to 2011.

The second is the thriller “A Man Called Home,” which will star Matthew McConaughey as a veteran in a small-town police force who is caught in a conspiracy to thwart a new super villain.

“We’re in the midst of several of these movies,” Finton said.

“But we’re not just focused on a handful of them.

There are a number of new ones that we’re actively working on.”

The city has also seen a resurgence of theater-going in recent years.

The last time the movie industry saw this kind of attendance surge was in 2002, when the Atlanta Braves and the Atlanta Falcons played their last game at Turner Field.

The Braves and Falcons closed the 2003 season by going to the World Series.