Box office for the International market (excluding China) ended June only marginally below pre-pandemic levels.
May delivered the second best Domestic and International box office results of the pandemic-era, though China continued to fall behind.
Global cinemas accounted for a box office of $1.8 billion in November, more than double the number reached in the same period a year ago.
In September, global cinemas accounted for $1.5 billion in box office. This is clearly down from $2 billion in August, the second-best month of the pandemic. However, still a positive…
The market share of open movie theaters around the world has surpassed 80% for the first time since the Coronavirus pandemic began.
A year on, Domestic market wins the “most improvement” award as April delivers $1.1 billion in global box office.
The recovery of the global theatrical market evolves! As the final numbers from the April 1 play-week arrived, four more territories hit high stages on Gower Street’s Blueprint To Recovery…
The importance of the impressive opening seen this past weekend by Warner Bros' GODZILLA VS KONG can not be underestimated as the global box office seeks recovery following a long hard year.
Russia has become the first European box office market to achieve its Stage 5 target on Gower Street's Blueprint To Recovery.