Two years on from the first global market closing cinemas due to the COVID-19 outbreak, how well has global business recovered?
Gower Street’s Director of Theatrical Insights, Rob Mitchell, was interviewed in the latest issue of German Cinema magazine (2/21 February).
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.
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.
Gower Street CEO Dimitrios Mitsinikos discussed the international box office potential of Warner Bros' WONDER WOMAN 1984 in Variety.
Colombia is the latest market to achieve the Stage 2 target of Gower Street's Blueprint To Recovery as Latin America continues slow return.
Despite a retracting exhibition footprint the opening of THE CROODS: A NEW AGE scored a post-lockdown 3-day high.
Victoria's re-opening after months in a secondary lockdown brought a small but important boost to Australia's recovery progress this week.