Box office is back! Thanks to trifecta of notable releases, the anticipation leading into this week did not disappoint. China’s Golden Week release THE BATTLE OF CHANGJIN, the international sensation…
Gower Street featured in Screendaily's summary of how UK cinemas are preparing for the launch of James Bond film NO TIME TO DIE.
In October, global cinemas generated a $1.4 billion box office, by far the highest monthly sum since shutdown.
Gower Street has once again seen a lot of media exposure throughout October.
Gower Street's Senior Box Office Analyst Delphine Lievens was one of seven experts invited to discuss the future of the theatrical industry in The Guardian on Thursday (Oct. 8).
Sky News invited Gower Street's Director of Theatrical Insights, Rob Mitchell, to discuss the news of Cineworld's closure and what that meant for the future of cinema on Monday night.
Gower Street's Director of Theatrical Insights, Rob Mitchell, spoke to the UK's Telegraph newspaper this week for an article focused on whether the pandemic could force movie-makers to alter production methods via new virtual technology.
Gower Street's Director of Theatrical Insights, Rob Mitchell, was invited onto BBC Radio 4's Today programme, Monday (Oct. 5), to discuss the Bond delay, Cineworld closure and the issues currently facing the industry.
In September, after six consecutive months of losses, the global box office finally began to show recovery.