National Association

October 8th, 2014 by Rosemary
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These figures are due to the rise in the price of tickets and the extra amount that you pay for the 3-d format. The number of tickets sold rose by 1% compared to the summer of 2010. Despite the current weak economy, cinema remains the first and more affordable option of entertainment outside the home, according to Fithian. The American box-office this summer broke a new record enter $ (3,126 million euro) 4.4 billion, thus announced Thursday the National Association of U.S. movie theaters owners. The number of tickets sold rose by 1% compared to the summer of 2010. By fifth consecutive summer barrier of $ 4 billion, exceeded the entity explained.

Thus, this summer has sold 546 million entries. To collect this information took into account the revenues obtained by the films released between the first weekend in May until the past weekend holiday of labour day. These figures are due to the rise in the price of inputs and a the extra amount that is paid by the 3D format, but not to the number of people who come to the cinemas, which in the summer of 2010 reached its worst figure since 1997 after a fall continued during the past three years. In full with a weak economy and 9% unemployment rate, worth noting that the film industry can continue to grow their revenues, said the President of the Organization, John Fithian. Together with our partners in distribution, cinemas offer a great entertainment in modern facilities and at reasonable prices, he added. Fithian noted that regardless of the strength or weakness of the economy of the country, cinema remains the first and more affordable option of entertainment outside the home.

Given that there are up to 13 movies in 3D, more than ever, and a series of releases of the most powerful in years, I believe that the record of the past year, will exceed predicted in may Paul Dergarabedian, President of Box Office section of the portal specialized, Hollywood.com, in statements to. The figure obtained in the summer of 2010 was 4,350 million dollars (3090 million euros). That mark broke the previous record, achieved in 2009 and which amounted to 4,250 million. Source of the news: Hollywood again beat record of fund-raising in summer, despite the crisis

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