How has the recovery developed in 2021 in individual markets? Are there differences in the level, sustainability and timing of progress?
Two years on from the first global market closing cinemas due to the COVID-19 outbreak, how well has global business recovered?
Gower Street CEO Dimitrios Mitsinikos once again featured on the latest CJ Cinema Summit, presented by Celluloid Junkie and Filmgrail.
The returning dominance of Hollywood studio titles, after a largely abandoned 2020, painted a very different picture in terms of market box office #1s in 2021.
Gower Street estimates that the 2021 box office finished at $21.4 billion, 48% below the average of the last three pre-pandemic years.
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.
Gower Street's Director of Theatrical Insights, Rob Mitchell, discussed the UK 2021 box office recovery this week in London newspaper City A.M.
The global theatrical world has reached a new height of recovery in October. It delivered a monthly box office of $3.1 billion, by far the highest result since January 2020!…
Gower Street has raised its end of year estimate for Global Box Office in 2021. The estimate has been revised up to $21.6 billion.