TOM & JERRY scored big in the Domestic market as Japan's DEMON SLAYER THE MOVIE: MUGEN TRAIN crossed $400 million worldwide.
The new year continues where the old one left off. In January, global cinemas accounted for $1 billion box office. Although this is slightly down from December’s $1.1 billion, the…
In December, global cinemas accounted for $1.1 billion box office, but the result is no significant positive change in trend.
The end of the year proved a positive one in some areas with multiple markets hitting new stages on Gower Street's Blueprint To Recovery.
There are many factors that will mark 2020 out as a unique year at the global box office. Perhaps one of the most notable is the lack of a unifying global hit proving a dominant force at the box office.
As 2020 winds to a close, this week Gower Street takes a look at how 2020’s top performing titles compare to those of 2019.
In November, global cinemas accounted for $0.8 billion box office, but the result is not a sign of a new dramatic downwards trend says Chief Analyst Thomas Beranek.
In October, global cinemas generated a $1.4 billion box office, by far the highest monthly sum since shutdown.
Japan has become the first global market to achieve a Stage 5 "Recovery" level play-week for two consecutive weeks.