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Studios are marketing their films on TV at a rate 50% higher than last year! It's a great year at the Box Office! Shouldn't your company take advantage?
National TV ad spending for films over the last four weeks is 50% higher than a year ago.
While other mediums have seen a drop in revenue, cinema advertising continues to grow!!
NEW YORK and LAS VEGAS, April 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Cinema Advertising Council (CAC), the national nonprofit trade association for the cinema...
DID YOU KNOW... in 2018 movie theatres drew more than twice as many people as all theme parks and major sports combined (baseball, football, basketball and hockey).
People love going to the movies!
The Netflix debate continues... Christopher Nolan wants his movies to have the cinema experience!!
As the Netflix vs. movie theaters debate continues to escalate, Nolan reminds filmmakers it's on them to give moviegoers a reason to leave the house.
Do you agree? What are your thoughts, should streaming be limited to Emmy's or still be allowed to be entered into Oscar competition?
Steven Spielberg has been on a mission to define the distinction between theatrical and streaming-site movies. His proposals could put streaming films in flux.
There's still no substitute!!
NEW YORK (AP) — Sure, it's easy to Netflix and chill these days. Or Prime and recline. Or Hulu and ... well, whatever. But if you really want to savor a film, there's still no substitute for a...
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The Nominations are out! Did your favorite movie make the list? Who will win best actor and best actress?
Alfonso Cuaron (Roma) Yorgos Lanthimos (The Favourite) Spike Lee (BlacKkKlansman) Adam McKay (Vice) Pawel Pawlikowski (Cold War)
The age old question.....
The question induces panic just thinking about it, and as far as I can tell, there’s been no consensus on the subject. So I set out to find one.
Box Office Records Shattered Both Domestic and Internationally!!
Growth at the U.S. box office fueled the biggest year in history worldwide.
It's Oscar season!! Have you seen all the great movies that will be nominated?
While you're home for the holidays, here's how you can prepare for the Oscars by watching all of the predicted favorites for Best Picture.
and they said movies theatres are dying....
Major hits, including Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther,” Universal Pictures’ “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” and 20th Century Fox’s “Deadpool 2,” drove ticket sales in the U.S. and Canada to a record-breaking $11.8 billion this year, according to preliminary industry projections.
Mark Cuban is selling his movie theatres!
After a protrated bidding war, Cohen Media Group, an independent film distrributor and production company, will acquire the arthouse chain Landmark Theatres.
Great news continues for movie theatres!!
More people went to the movies during the third quarter this year, and, in a trend reversal, they paid less to do it.
More movie theatres could start their own subscription service. Would you join?
Sinemia has launched Sinemia Enterprise, in which it will offer the technology for movie theaters across the globe can do their own movie-ticket subscription plan.
Is advertising communicating better?
Research shows that 62% of Americans feel advertisers are doing a better job of communicating with them than in the past, but only 23% think advertising is changing for the better and only 12% say they generally like or enjoy advertising, according to Kantar Media’s 2018 DIMENSION study. When it c...
Everyone loves great stunts!!!!
It's time for stunt doubles to receive their due.
A record-breaking Summer at the Box Office!! Predictions are the Holiday Season will continue the trend!!
Movie theaters are having their best summer in two decades, reversing the losses from 2017's disappointing season and showing resiliency in the Netflix era.
Year-to-date, the 2018 domestic box office is up approximately 9.6% vs. last year, and 2018 is the fastest year to $6 billion in history. WOW, it's going to be a great year!!
“Let’s all go to the movies” rang through the second quarter of 2018, with April, May and June recording the highest box office grossing calendar quarter of all time.
It's going to be a record breaking year at the Box Office!!
Blockbusters have pushed this year's domestic revenue nine percent ahead of last year
The secrets of an old movie theatre!!
A famous Dallas movie house preserves the secret history of cinema tech behind its doors.
This weekend will break records at the Box Office, so will the rest of the year!!
Analysts are predicting this weekend's opening for Avengers: Infinity War to be one for the record books, but what's really driving the resurgence in moviegoing?
Why will Women rule the Summer box office?
Summer 2018 is shaping up to herald a record box office year, but the success will depend on female driven titles argues Jim Amos, as he looks at 10 key titles aimed squarely at women movie goers.
Movies are usually so loud, now there's a movie where you need to be careful about crunching your popcorn....
"Save your money and don’t buy concessions,” one moviegoer said.
Cinema Advertising hits all the right Demo's in a big way!!
In a recent Kantar Millward Brown study, the most positive advertising form for young Gen Z and Gen Y consumers is cinema advertising.
Black Panther broke records!! It's going to be a great year at the Box Office.
Disney-Marvel’s “Black Panther” is heading for a stunning $235 million debut over the four-day President’s Day weekend at 4,020 North American locations, estimates showed Monday. …
With Oscar season here, this is interesting reading....
Once upon a time, trailers were called previews of coming attractions. Running in cinemas before the main feature, they highlighted the action, comedy and drama of films yet to be released in order…
On-Screen marketing hits all the right demographics!!
Millennials and younger "generation Z" ages 6 to 34 represent over half of the moviegoing audience, according to a new Video Advertising Bureau report.
In chronological order, here’s a list (by no means complete) of the top box office prospects for 2018:
Jan. 26 — Fox’s “Maze Runner: The Death Cure.” Dylan O’Brien stars in the finale of the sci-fi trilogy, delayed because of injuries he suffered in 2016. The two previous films have grossed $660 million worldwide.
Feb. 9 — Universal’s “Fifty Shades Freed,” starring Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele and Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey in the conclusion to the erotic drama with the duo now married. The series has grossed $950 million worldwide.
Feb. 16 — Disney-Marvel’s “Black Panther,” starring Chadwick Boseman in the 18th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which has generated $13.5 billion in worldwide grosses. Ryan Coogler directed from his own screenplay, written with Joe Robert Cole. Also stars Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman and Daniel Kaluuya.
March 2 — Fox’s “Red Sparrow,” starring Jennifer Lawrence as a deadly Russian spy. She’s re-teamed with Francis Lawrence, who directed the final three Hunger Games movies. “Red Sparrow” was originally slated to open last October but was delayed.
March 9 — Disney’s “A Wrinkle in Time,” starring Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling in a time-travel fantasy. Ava DuVernay directs after helming “Selma” and receiving an Oscar nomination for the documentary “13th.”
March 23 — Universal-Legendary’s “Pacific Rim Uprising,” starring John Boyega and Scott Eastwood in another battle between the evil Kaijus and the Jaegers. The 2013 original grossed $411 million worldwide.
March 30 — Warner Bros.’ “Ready Player One,” starring Tye Sheridan and Olivia Cooke with Steven Spielberg directing the adaptation of Ernest Cline’s dystopian novel of the same name about a virtual-reality space called OASIS (Ontologically Anthropocentric Sensory Immersive Simulation).
April 13 — Fox’s “The New Mutants,” a superhero horror movie and the 11th iteration of the durable X-Men franchise. Anya Taylor-Joy, Maisie Williams, Charlie Heaton, Henry Zaga and Blu Hunt star, with Josh Boone directing a story of young mutants held in a secret facility. The 10 X-Men films have grossed $4.9 billion worldwide.
April 20 — New Line’s “Rampage,” starring Dwayne Johnson in an adaptation of the videogame about giant mutant animals on the loose.
May 4 — Disney-Marvel’s “Avengers: Infinity War,” directed by Joe and Anthony Russo with a massive cast including Robert Downey, Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Chris Evans, Chris Pratt, Chris Hemsworth, Josh Brolin and Elizabeth Olsen. Combined worldwide grosses on the two previous “Avengers” are over $2.9 billion. Biggest trailer launch ever with 230 million views in 24 hours.
May 25 — Disney-Luscasfilm’s “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” directed first by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, who were replaced by Ron Howard. The second standalone “Star Wars” spinoff after 2016’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars story,” which topped $1 billion worldwide. Alden Ehrenreich stars.
June 1 — Fox’s “Deadpool 2,” with Ryan Reynolds reprising the wisecracking superhero opposite Josh Brolin as Cable. David Leitch succeeds Tim Miller as director. The 2016 original was beloved by fans and a surprise success with $783 million in worldwide grosses.
June 8 — Warner Bros.’ “Ocean’s Eight,” starring Sandra Bullock as Debbie Ocean — the sister of George Clooney’s Danny Ocean — along with Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Rihanna, Helena Bonham Carter and Awkwafina. Gary Ross directs. The “Oceans” trilogy grossed $1.2 billion worldwide between 2001 and 2007.
June 15 — Disney-Pixar’s “The Incredibles 2,” 14 years after the original won the animation Oscar and grossed $633 million worldwide. Brad Bird returns to direct with Holly Hunter, Craig T. Nelson and Samuel L. Jackson reprising their voice roles.
June 22 — Universal’s “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” in the fifth iteration of the dinosaurs on the loose franchise. J.A. Bayona directs with Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and B.D. Wong back in their roles from 2015’s “Jurassic World,” which grossed $1.6 billion world. Jeff Goldblum returns for comic relief in the form of Dr. Ian Malcolm from the first two films.
July 6 — Disney-Marvel’s “Ant-Man and the Wasp,” with Paul Rudd returning in a sequel to the 2015 original, which grossed $519 million worldwide.
July 13 — “The Nun,” a spinoff from “The Conjuring 2” about the death of a nun with Demian Bichir and Taissa Farmiga going to Romania to investigate. Opens on a Friday the 13th. The four Conjuring Universe films have combined for $1.2 billion in worldwide grosses for New Line.
July 13 — Universal-Legendary’s “Skyscraper,” Dwayne Johnson’s summer movie, portraying a security expert dealing with the tallest building in the world catching fire. His 2015 disaster title, “San Andreas,” grossed $474 million worldwide.
July 20 — Fox’s sci-fi tale “Alita: Battle Angel,” based on the Japanese manga and produced by James Cameron and Jon Landau. It’s directed by Robert Rodriguez and stars Rosa Salazar. Cameron’s “Avatar” and “Titanic” are the two highest grossers of all time.
July 20 — Universal’s “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” opens 10 years and two days after the original “Mamma Mia!” launched and went to on gross $609 million worldwide.
July 27 — Paramount’s “Mission: Impossible 6,” starring Tom Cruise, Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg and Rebecca Ferguson with Simon McQuarrie directing. Filming was halted for two months so Cruise could heal from a broken ankle he suffered during filming. The franchise has a worldwide gross of $2.77 billion.
Aug. 8 — Sony’s “Barbie,” starring Anne Hathaway in a comedy take on the iconic doll’s life. Production has not started yet so “Barbie” may not make the date.
Aug. 10 — Warner Bros.’ “The Meg,” starring Jason Statham with Jon Turtletaub directing a story about a giant pre-historic shark called a Megadolon. The project, based on Steve Alten’s 1997 novel “Meg: A Novel of Deep Terror,” was in development for more than a decade. Its original release date was going to be March 2, 2018. The four “Jaws” movies grossed a collective $800 million worldwide between 1975 and 1987.
Aug. 17 — Warner Bros.’ “Crazy Rich Asians,” starring Constance Wu and Henry Golding with John Chu directing the story of the rich and famous in Singapore. The film is based on Kevin Kwan’s 2013 best-selling novel.
Sept. 21 — Lionsgate’s “Robin Hood,” starring Taron Egerton, Jamie Foxx, Eve Hewson, Jamie Dornan and Ben Mendelsohn. Ridley Scott’s “Robin Hood,” starring Russell Crowe, grossed $321 million worldwide in 2010.
Sept. 28 — Universal’s comedy “Night School,” starring Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish, who broke out in “Girls Trip” and revived R-rated comedies. Malcolm D. Lee directs.
Oct. 5 — Warner Bros.’ “A Star is Born,” starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, who also directs. It’s the fourth version of the story of a fading male star and a rising female singer, played by Janet Gaynor in 1937, Judy Garland in 1954 and Barbra Streisand in 1976.
Oct. 5 — Sony-Marvel’s “Venom,” starring Tom Hardy and Michelle Williams. Ruben Fleischer directs an expansion of Sony’s universe of Marvel-licensed characters. “Spider-Man: Homecoming” grossed $880 million worldwide this year.
Oct. 12 — Universal’s “First Man,” starring Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong, the first man on the Moon, in a re-team with “La La Land” director Damien Chazelle.
Oct. 19 — Sony’s “The Girl in the Spider’s Web,” starring Claire Foy as Lisbeth Salander. “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” took in $232 million worldwide in 2011. The book franchise has sold over 86 million copies
Nov. 2 — Fox’s “Dark Phoenix,” a decade after the events of “X-Men: Apocalypse.” James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, Tye Sheridan, Sophie Turner, Alexandra Shipp, and Jessica Chastain star. “X-Men: Apocalypse” grossed $544 million worldwide.
Nov. 16 — Warner Bros.’ “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald,” starring Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston, Jude Law and Johnny Depp in the second of the five-film series. 2016’s “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” grossed $814 million worldwide.
Nov. 21 — Disney’s “Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2” with John C. Reilly back to voice the lead. The 2012 original grossed $471 million worldwide.
Dec. 14 — Universal’s dystopian “Mortal Engines,” Peter Jackson’s first movie since his “Hobbit” trilogy grossed $2.9 billion worldwide.
Dec. 21 — Warner Bros.-Marvel’s “Aquaman” in the sixth iteration of the DC Extended Universe, in which Jason Momoa gets his own movie after appearing in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and “Justice League,” which grossed $650 million worldwide. James Wan directs.
Dec. 21 — Paramount’s “Bumbleebee,” the first spinoff from the five-film Transformers franchise, which has grossed $4.77 billion worldwide.
Dec. 25 — Disney’s “Mary Poppins Returns,” starring Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda in a sequel to 1964 original “Mary Poppins,” set amid the Great Depression in 1935 in the U.K. Rob Marshall directs. The original was a massive success with $102 million in box office.
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