Even if there is no pandemic, it may still be a difficult weekend at the domestic box office, and our Capitol in the past week caused all the distractions. TV news seems to be filled with enough suspense and the Capitol uprising, not big screens, because all of us are holding onto the TV screens at home and witnessing how President Donald J. Trump will step down is expected to cause chaos.
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The sequel directed by Patty Jenkins is already on the 17th day of its release, which means there are two weeks before HBO Max cancels its streaming service title, and the movie has been shown for about 30 days in cinemas. . WarnerMedia is not bragging in numbers Wonder Woman 1984 Contributed to HBO Max in terms of viewers and subscribers, and I understand that if there is any positive report, we will hear it on the next AT&T revenue conference call.However, if there is something great you can shout to the world 1984The success on HBO Max… We’ve heard of it a long time ago. The social media analytics company RelishMix’s social media chat about the sequel said: “Incremental mentions of HBOMax and connectivity issues are gradually decreasing on Twitter-while Covid mentions are spread on YouTube, Twitter and Facebook.”
worldwide, 1984 Standing $131.4 million. Tenet The total box office was 362.9 million US dollars, for 1984 To reflect these results. Most theaters in Europe are still closed or severely restricted in operation.
At the same time, those opera windows are WW1984, Do your best in the Universal/DreamWorks Animation pandemic Tribe: New Era In the second $1.8 million (-19%) Earned $36.8 million in the weekend of Week 7, Uni’s World news versus $1.24 million In the third weekend, Sony/Screen Gems’ revenue accounted for -27% of total revenue, totaling $7.1 million monster hunter On weekend 4 $1.1 million, -13%, $7.8 million and Lionsgate’s Fatale In the 5th place in week 4, $670,000 A total of 4 million US dollars.
I heard that theater owners didn’t even talk to government officials about the reopening of movie theaters in Los Angeles and New York City, because, of course, we are in the worst condition, and in these two cases, Covid’s case is a record area. Interestingly, I live in a place 30 minutes north of Los Angeles. The local ordinance sets an upper limit on the number of bank branches (the Chase Bank has only 21 people), and several branches around Valencia are also closed. Nonetheless, there are hypocritical claims about open and closed markets: restaurants like theaters are fighting for economic life and are forced to provide pick-up services only in Coles, Walmart, Target, and shops in shopping centers. I still don’t know how the local government can impose penalties on the exhibition when it provides an appropriate filtering system and arranges seats in the auditorium. The airlines yelled that the number of people flying on planes has decreased, but the problem is that they are flying, there are no reported Covid cases, and the government has not closed the airport: in the past two days, the TSA screened 1.48 million passengers, of which 61 were with one. It has decreased by% compared to the previous year. From December 24 to yesterday, TSA screened 16.1 million followers, a decrease of 57%. But wouldn’t it be great to bring these 16 million people to the cinema?
on WW1984, The top ten locations of this picture last weekend are: 1. Sacramento Drive In, Solano Twin Drive in San Francisco, and Pella in Los Angeles Mount Avenue (Paramount Drive-In), 4. Colorado Springs (Camerak Carefree Circle), Colorado Springs (Colorado Springs), 5. Greater San Diego (Capitol Drive). Francisco, 6. Glendale Drive in Phoenix, 7. Orlando AMC Disney Springs, 8. Cleveland Cinema North, Cleveland Cinema, 9. Boise Cinema, Majestic Cinema, 10. The top ten DMAs are: 1. Salt Lake City, 2. Dallas, 3. Phoenix, 4. Houston, 5. Greater New York Metropolitan Area (Theaters in New Jersey, Connecticut and Upstate New York), 6. Denver, 7. Atlanta, 8. Orlando, 9. Tampa and 10. Miami.
The weekend box office from January 8th to 10th (the second weekend of 2021) is as follows:
1.) Wonder Woman 1984 (WB) 2,218 theaters (+67)/3 million USD (-45%)/Total: $32.6 million/week 3
2.) Tribe: New Era (Uni) 1,818 theaters (+67), 3 days: $1.8 million (-19%), total: 36.8 million USD/week 7
3.) World news (Uni) 1,986 theaters (+58), 3 days: $1.24 million (-27%)/Total cost: $7.1 million/week 3
4.) monster hunter (Sony) 1,765 theaters (-42), 3 days: $1.1 million (-13%)/Total: $7.8 million/week 4
5) Fatale (Lions Gate Township) 1,222 theaters (+39), 3 days: $670,000 (-4%), total: 4 million USD/week 4
6.) Promising young woman (Focus) 1,448 theater (+115), 3 days: $5.6 million (-19%)/Total: $2.7 million/week 3
7) Pinocchio (RSA) 821 theaters (-3), 3 days: $208,7 thousand (-30%)/Total: $1.1 million/week 3
8.) War with grandpa (101) 385 theaters (+80), a period of 3 days: $147K (+17%), total: 19 million USD/week 14
9.) Come to play (Foc / Amb) 151 theaters (+41), 3 days: $95K (+6%)/Total: $9.6M/week 11
10.) Half brother (Focus) 167 theaters (+33), 3 days: $60K (+48%)/Total: $2.1M/week 6
11.) Alien (20th / Dis) 420 theaters (-85), 3 days $60K (-9%)/Total income $82M/week 2,173
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