In December, global cinemas accounted for $1.1 billion box office, but the result is no significant positive change in trend.
The market share of global theaters operating has dipped below 60% for the first time since before preparations for TENET helped drive re-openings in late-August.
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.
Despite a retracting exhibition footprint the opening of THE CROODS: A NEW AGE scored a post-lockdown 3-day high.
What might the Universal-exhibition Domestic deal's $50 million-opening VOD-determinant marker mean for theatrical box office?
Gower Street looks at how each of the top 12 global box office markets has been impacted to date by the Covid-crisis.
The number of open theaters in the Domestic market has been falling since early October having topped out at 61%.
In October, global cinemas generated a $1.4 billion box office, by far the highest monthly sum since shutdown.
2020 has been a year of turmoil. As major European markets re-close Gower Street asks is 2021 ready to take the strain of recovery?