The Year of the Ox brought bullish results as Chinese audiences came out in force for a record Chinese New Year weekend.
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.
This week Gower Street looks at where the box office made globally since the beginning of August has been coming from, both regionally and by key markets.
In September, after six consecutive months of losses, the global box office finally began to show recovery.
In August, global cinemas generated a $1 billion box office. Double the box office for the four months from April till July combined. The latest update of Gower Street’s Global…
the Warner Bros' hit also drove multiple markets to hit new stages on our Blueprint To Recovery
China has become the first global market to achieve all five stages of Gower Street's Blueprint To Recovery - a level that would indicate full box office recovery.
China became the fifth global market to achieve the Stage 3 target of Gower Street’s Blueprint To Recovery. Thanks to the titanic previews of local blockbuster THE EIGHT HUNDRED, the…