The accelerating trend of recovery over the few last months ground to a halt in August. After reaching a pandemic-era peak with $3.37 billion in July, August achieved a global total of $2.37 billion.
July hit a new peak in global box office since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Box office for the International market (excluding China) ended June only marginally below pre-pandemic levels.
Gower Street projections feature in the latest Annual Report published by The International Union of Cinemas (UNIC)
May delivered the second best Domestic and International box office results of the pandemic-era, though China continued to fall behind.
April delivered $1.8 billion in Global box office as a diverse slate of popular titles drove audience return worldwide.
March 2022 achieves best March of the pandemic with $1.8 billion. The total global box office for Q1 2022 is estimated at $6.6 billion.
Against the odds February recorded an impressive global box office of $2.88 billion – approximately 27% ahead of February 2021.
Despite a lack of new releases, global cinemas accounted for a remarkable box office of $1.9 billion in January, up +94% year-on-year.