RANKIN, Pa. (KDKA) – During the coronavirus pandemic, the reemergence of drive-in movies has been apparent.

“Rivers of Steel” has announced they are beginning a series of drive-in movie double features that will run one weekend a month through November at the Carrie Blast Furnaces.

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The movies will be projected onto a big screen on the side of the Blowing Engine House.

Each month will have a particular theme of movie and starting on July 24, movies will be shown that were filmed in and around Pittsburgh.

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On Friday, July 24 they are screening “Flashdance” and “Out of the Furnace.”

Then, on Saturday, July 25, “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” and “Kingpin” will be the two features.

Those in attendance can get food from Iron Oven Catering in partnership with Rogue BBQ.

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Tickets and more details can be found on the Rivers Of Steel website.