SUNDAY UPDATE Warner Bros.’ Justice League couldn’t break the $100 million mark in its opening weekend in North America this weekend. The superhero ensemble pic opened to $96 million, less than half of both The Avengers ($207.4M) and Avengers: Age of Ultron ($191.2M). Comps weren’t favorable when it comes to solo superheroes either, lagging behind Thor: Ragnarok ($122.7M),
SUNDAY UPDATE: A $185.5 million haul for Justice League from 47,000 screens across 65 markets was an important start for the WB tentpole as it begins to make up lost ground on the international front. The film ranked first across 10 markets in Asia, including a $51.7 million debut in China–the
Saturday Update: Warner Bros. reports that Justice League earned an estimated $38.8 million on opening day Friday in North America, including Thursday night’s $13 million haul. By comparison, that’s 16.5 percent behind Thor: Ragnarok‘s opening two weeks ago, while marking a 40 percent drop from Suicide Squad‘s first day and 52 percent from Batman v Superman.
This week’s Long Range Forecast welcomes a host of releases scheduled for Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend in January. Our initial analyses and forecasts: PROS: The Post will open in limited release in December as part of what is expected to be a strong award season candidacy. The powerhouse trio of
Disney and Pixar’s Coco became the highest-earning film ever in Mexico on Wednesday. It surpasses the previous leader, 2012’s The Avengers, which had earned 827 million pesos during its theatrical run, making it the best-performing film ever in local currency. Coco — which takes place in Mexico and revolves around the local holiday Dia
Warner Bros. hopes to unite DC fans this weekend with the long awaited Justice League team-up film. Meanwhile, Lionsgate hopes to parlay a highly successful young adult novel into cinematic success with Wonder, while Sony counter-programs the market with a faith-based animated nativity story in The Star. PROS: Justice League marks the latest superhero title
Justice League posted the biggest industry opening day on record in Brazil on Wednesday. The film grossed $3.7 million from 1,509 screens (the widest industry release in the market’s history), capturing 74% of the top 5 market share. Meanwhile, previews in South Korea registered $1.14 million from 1,195 screens, roughly
Stephen Chbosky graduated from USC’s prestigious screenwriting program in 1992, but it wasn’t until he wrote a book that his career took flight. Published in 1999, The Perks of Being a Wallflower was an instant success and ultimately spawned a successful 2012 film adaptation written and directed by Chbosky himself.
France’s CGR Cinémas has announced the acquisition of 22 of Cap’Cinéma’s 24 locations, making CGR the circuit with the biggest location count in the country. The 22 sites include 12 multiplexes across 18 French cities (Agen, Beaune, Carcassonne, Montauban , Périgueux, Saint Quentin, Paris, Rodez, Moulins, Cagnes-sur-Mer, Albi, Apt, Castres,
PRESS RELEASE MONTREAL, QUEBEC–(Marketwired – Nov. 15, 2017) – D-BOX Technologies Inc. (“D-BOX”) (TSX:DBO), the world leader in immersive motion cinema seating technology for the entertainment industry, and Cinemark, the number one exhibitor in Latin America, are proud to announce the addition of 16 new D-BOX screens in Argentina, Brazil