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AMC Boss Adam Aron On ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Presales, ‘Going Forward’ With Saudi Arabia & Living ‘Harmoniously’ With Netflix – CinemaCon

AMC Theatres CEO Adam Aron is over the moon here at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Yesterday marked the biggest pre-sales day for the largest exhibitor in the world when Avengers: Endgame went on sale, further proof to what he has been exclaiming for quite some time: Theatrical is still king. No questions about it.


AMC Offers Mixed Bag Of Popcorn In Q3 Results: Record Attendance But Losses Wider Than Expected

Top exhibitor AMC Entertainment offered a mixed third-quarter report card, with attendance records and an eye-opening $120 million in revenue from its Stubs A-List subscription program but also losses that were wider than Wall Street was expecting.

Shares in AMC dropped 6% in after-hours trading. They closed at $18.13…

AMC Boss Adam Aron On Economics Of $20/Month Movie Ticket Service: “Our Program Will Be Profitable While Others Struggle To Be Profitable”

AMC CEO Adam Aron knows that his theater chain’s new $19.95 monthly movie ticket subscription service Stubs A-List is double the price of MoviePass and that’s because he’s aiming to make the program “beneficial” for “all involved.” A good deal for consumers, and one which hopefully won’t rob distribution, studios and…

AMC Reduces Screenvision Stake, Selling Some Of Its Interest To Private Equity Firm Abry Partners For $45M

Leading exhibitor AMC Entertainment has reduced its stake in movie theater ad firm Screenvision, selling some of it to private equity firm Abry Partners for $45 million in cash while retaining a minority interest.

The move is part of the exhibitor’s stated goal of generating $400 million from non-strategic assets, whic…

AMC Boss Adam Aron On Monthly Ticket Sub Programs, Co-Existing With Netflix & ‘Booming Industry’ – CinemaCon

For AMC Theatres CEO Adam Aron, this year’s CinemaCon isn’t about MoviePass, monthly movie ticket subscriptions, rather how “the industry is booming” with $11 billion-plus domestic box office results for the third year in a row. And with Black Panther during the first quarter and Avengers: Infinity War looking to take…


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