Executives at Time Warner Inc.’s Warner Bros. breathed perhaps the biggest sigh heard in Hollywood this summer as a costly World War II epic opened successfully.
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- Thursday Aug 31, 2017
Can 2017 box office be saved?Fall movies will need to do booming business to make up for this summer’s slump: Summer ticket sales failed to cross $4 billion for the season for the first time in 11 years, Memorial Day weekend numbers were the lowest since 1998, and Labor Day weekend receipts are also likely to hit a 20-year low.The year-to-date total is now 5.7 percent below the pace set last year. So the last four months of 2017 will need to yield about $3.8 billion to match the $11.3 billion total box office for 2016.“Even just passing the $11 billion mark, even after failing to reach $4 billion in the summer for the first time since 2016, would be an achievement,” said comScore analyst Paul Dergarabedian.
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Tuesday Oct 10, 2017
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