“Spider-Man: No Way Home” returned to the top of ticket office During a holiday weekend when US theaters tried to lure moviegoers with a $3 slash in ticket prices.
first promotion fornational film daySaturday became the busiest day of the year, attracting an estimated 8.1 million people, according to The Cinema Foundation. The promotion, which ran for a day on more than 30,000 screens and applied to more than 3,000 campuses, including AMC and Regal The chains of the cinema, raised a ticket office $24.3 million initial, according to data firm comScore.
national day of cine was for the flood movie theater With audiences on the Labor Day holiday weekend, which is generally one of the quietest weekends in the industry.
“This event exceeded our highest expectations,” Jackie Brenneman, president of The Cinema Foundation, a non-profit arm of the National Association of Theater Owners, said in a statement. “The idea of the day was to thank the moviegoers for a wonderful summer, and now we have to thank them for a wonderful day.”
Other countries have experimented with similar ticket discounts, but the Saturday promotion was the first of its kind in the United States on such a large scale. national day organizer cine He said that the incident can become an annual,
“It shows that People he likes to go cinePaul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at comScore, said. “Price is always a consideration.”
three movies that his dominance at the box office That day was “Top Gun: Maverick” starring Tom Cruise; “DC League of Super Pets” and “Bullet Train”. Another tape that attracted a lot of public was “Spider Man: No Way Home”, which returned to the top spot.
Next, between estimated ticket sales Friday and Sunday In theaters in the United States and Canada, according to comScore. Final figures will be released on Monday.
- ,Spider Man: No Way Home,” $6 million.
- “Top Gun: Maverick,” $5.5 million.
- “DC League of Super Pets”, 5.45 million.
- “Bullet Train”, 5.4 million.
- “Invitation”, 4,7 million.
- “Beasts”, 3.6 million.
- “Minions: The Rise of Gru”, 3.1 million.
- “Thor: Love and Thunder”, 2.4 million.
- “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero”, 2.4 million.
- “Jaws” (1975), 2.3 million.