Starting on October 22nd, Netflix (NFLX  ) will be reopening the Bay Theater at Palisades Village in Southern California, starting with Jeymes Samuel's film "The Harder They Fall."

Two of the other openings will be animated films, "Vivo" and "The Mitchells vs. the Machines."

The theater includes five luxurious screening rooms, customized screening rooms, reclining seats, in-theater food, a lobby bar, and sound and projection technology.

"We are proud to welcome Netflix to Palisades Village and offer our guests access to their exceptional programming," said Rick Caruso, founder and CEO of Caruso, quoted by The Hollywood Reporter. "We take great pride in our pioneering approach to retail and hospitality and have found the perfect partner in Netflix, who share our passion for innovation. The coming together of two companies at the forefront of their industries will allow for a first-of-its-kind environment that will bring magic back to the movie-going experience."

Netflix had previously reopened the Paris Theater in New York in 2019, and is planning on coming back with the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood in 2022. Netflix will soon begin utilizing the third partnership of a theater for purposes of special screenings, events, and theatrical releases.

"In addition to premieres and theatrical releases of upcoming Netflix films, audiences can look forward to family-oriented film programming, 35mm screenings of beloved classic films, in-person appearances and Q&As, free public events and much more," Scott Stuber, head of global films at Netflix, reported regarding the reopening event.

Every new film viewing, according to Netflix, will come along with free popcorn and drinks.

In addition to premiering with "The Harder They Fall", Netflix will come out with a number of other films. Some of them include "Red Notice," starring Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, and Gal Gadot, and "Don't Look Up," starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Cate Blanchett, Jonah Hill, and Timothee Chalamet.

Since Netflix's reopening of a new theater in Southern California, it will likely attract more viewers, as well as create a sense of eager anticipation in those who would like to see Netflix presented in another way. Some of the features that it will come out with will hopefully ignite a stronger sense of togetherness, which will be very much welcomed after the isolating times of the pandemic.