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Coronavirus Concern At The B.O.: After ‘No Time To Die’ Move, Could ‘Black Widow’ & ‘F9’ Be Next?

Movie Ticket Prices Fall 4% In Q3; Admissions Clock 316M, 18-44 Demo Shows Up The Most At Cinemas

Summer 2019 Ending With $4.8B+, +1% From Last Year As ‘Angel Has Fallen’ Takes $14M+ Over Slow Labor Day Weekend

Summer 2019 B.O. Rings Up $4.8B+: After Being Slaughtered By Disney, Rival Studios Ponder ‘What’s Theatrical?’

Streaming Hasn’t Squashed Moviegoing, PostTrak’s Motion Picture Industry Survey Says

AMC Closing New Orleans & Baton Rouge Theaters As Tropical Storm Barry Approaches

Why The Summer Box Office At $3 Billion Isn’t In A Slump

Why The Industry Shouldn’t Be Scared About The Lowest Winter At The B.O. In Eight Years

Streaming Never Squashed Moviegoing As Summer 2018 Box Office Sets Near Domestic Record Of $4.8 Billion

Cinemark Q3 Net Plunges 42% On Summer Films’ “Weaker Consumer Appeal”

Labor Day The Worst Since The Late ’90s As ‘Hitman’s Bodyguard’ Holds No. 1 For 3rd Weekend With $13M+ – Monday Update

‘Wonder Woman’ Powers Warner Bros. To Lead All Studios At Lackluster Summer B.O.



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