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EXCLUSIVE: After exhibition experienced the richer side of November with Disney’s Frozen 2 and Lionsgate/Media Rights Capital’s Knives Out, they can look forward to a snowfall of cash come the late December period. Fandango reports today that in a recent poll of 1,000 participants, 93% of all moviegoers 18 and up plan to see at least 2 movies
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Broadway’s Thanksgiving Weekend was a trip to bountiful, with Tina and Beetlejuice breaking house records, David Byrne joining the Million Dollar Club and total box office for the 35 productions soaring a big 30% over the previous week. In all, Broadway grossed $41,687,333, strong if not quite matching last Thanksgiving’s $43M. With attendance of 292,940
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23 minutes ago Following in the footsteps of DC Comics’ New 52 reboot in 2011, the DC Extended Universe opted to have Victor Stone, a.k.a. Cyborg, be one of the founding members of this continuity’s Justice League. So far we’ve been treated to two appearances from Ray Fisher’s Cyborg in the DCEU, and the plan
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As indie darlings and awards season contenders like Parasite, Jojo Rabbit, The Lighthouse, Waves and Dark Waters continue to impress, the Thanksgiving weekend has a handful of offerings at the Specialty box office. 63 Up This week will see the premiere of Michael Apted’s (Coal Miner’s Daughter, Gorillas in the Mist) 63 Up, the latest installment of
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In its fifth day of release, Disney’s Frozen 2 scored the best Tuesday ever in November with an estimated $21.1M. This is after landing November’s best Monday with $12.77M reported by Disney yesterday. On both days, Anna and Elsa beat Lionsgate’s Hunger Games: Catching Fire which held previous November highs for Monday ($12.3M) and Tuesday ($15.96M). Among all animated
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Disney/Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker has been set for a December 20 China release, in step with domestic. This marks a change from the saga’s recent holiday installments which have each bowed in the Middle Kingdom in January, after initial rollout elsewhere. The official Star Wars Weibo account posted a Chinese-subtitled trailer today
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Exhibitors continue to thank the movie gods for Disney’s Frozen 2 after an awful month at the box office. Yesterday the Jennifer Lee-Chris Buck directed movie made an estimated $13.1M, besting 2013’s Hunger Games: Catching Fire‘s $12.3M for the best Monday ever in November. Running tally for Elsa and Anna’s second-go round is $143.3M. Business,
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