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Refresh for latest…: Just days after Warner Bros/DC’s The Batman rounded the five-century mark globally, it is now just shy of $600M worldwide in its third weekend. A $49.1M overseas frame (down 46% versus last session) brings the international box office cume on the Matt Reeves-directed pic to $298M, with global standing at $598.1M through
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When the major studios zig, other theatrical distributors zag, and in this instance that means taking advantage of putting a wide release out there when the majors were too scared to do so earlier this year with all the Omicron mixed messages. Crunchyroll (ne Funimation) has the anime movie Jujutsu Kaisen 0 which racked up $2.88M
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This is one of the best weekends for new indie releases in some time — a bit of space in theaters to run and audiences slowly, but increasingly, willing to return. Focus Features’ The Outfit – the directorial debut of Oscar-winning screenwriter Graham Moore (The Imitation Game) — opens nationally on over 1,200 screens with Mark
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Exhibition giant Cineworld reported its full-year 2021 earnings this morning in London, showing sharply narrowed losses and vastly improved revenues versus 2020. CEO Mooky Greidinger is bullish on the the outlook for the world’s second-largest exhibitor which also owns Regal in the U.S., as the company predicts admissions in 2022 could reach 85% of the
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Don’t miss the Hollywood event of the season….Jeffrey R. Gund and INFOLIST.com are hosting an amazing Red Carpet Pre-Oscars Soiree & Post-Birthday Party for INFOLIST founder Jeff Gund. This high-end networking event is hosted by INFOLIST.com and takes place on Thursday, March 24th, 2022 from 8pm – 2am at SKYBAR at the Mondrian Hotel, 8440
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Under the new hours-watched weekly metric charts implemented by Netflix back in November, the Shawn Levy-Ryan Reynolds re-team, The Adam Project, exploded with 92.4 million hours watched by the streamer’s subscribers for the week ending March 13. The figure includes all hours watched for the movie, both those who’ve watched the movie once and multiple times.
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A group of theater owners from giant Regal to independent cinemas have signed on to screen Ukrainian director Oles Sanin’s 2014 feature film The Guide starting Friday with proceeds going to relief efforts for the war ravaged country. The expanding list of national and regional chains that have agreed to show the film include Regal,
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In its sophomore outing, Warner Bros/DC’s The Batman kept a firm grip on the international box office, dropping just 42% to add $66.6M from 76 offshore markets. That brings the overseas cume through Sunday to $224.7M for $463.2M global. As the Robert Pattinson-starrer heads to $500M worldwide this week, in like-for-like markets and using today’s
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Last weekend when AMC CEO Adam Aron let the cat out of the bag, that his circuit was charging more for The Batman in its first eight days than other titles on the marquee, some producers grumbled. Not Jason Blum. “Theaters are experimenting with pricing, which I think is great,” Blum told us at Deadline’s SXSW
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BTS – specifically BTS Permission To Dance On Stage – Seoul: Live Viewing grossed $6.84 million in North America on Saturday for a per screen average of $8,500+ across 803 theaters, ranking third at the weekend box office so far after The Batman and Uncharted. Globally, it broke the event cinema record with a worldwide
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A BTS concert in Seoul this weekend will hit a milestone, with tickets for Saturday’s theatrical event in the U.S. priced at what might be a record $35 and the show poised to become the highest-grossing worldwide event-cinema release ever. Trafalgar Releasing will present two Saturday screenings of BTS Permission to Dance on Stage: Seoul
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Focus Features will open their Sundance acquisition Brian and Charles on June 17. The pic, which the Uni label acquired out of this year’s fest, reps Jim Archer’s feature directorial debut. Brian and Charles follows Brian, a lonely inventor in rural Wales, who spends his days building quirky, unconventional contraptions that seldom work. Undeterred by his lack
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