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  1. #281

    Universal have responded to AMC banning their films from cinemas saying they find it disappointing that they have had the blow back and they still support cinema

    A few hours later though Regal, owners of Cineworld, announced that they too will be banning all Universal pictures from all of their cinemas globally.

  2. #282
    I won’t pretend to understand what all this is about.

    Surely, though, no studio is dumb enough not to realise that the number of downloads this film has enjoyed is due to people being locked-down? It won’t even be close in future.

  3. #283
    The Forever Purge has been indefinitely delayed making Tenet the next cinema release scheduled. There's still a push for it to open on time but apparently the film needs 80% of the words cinemas to be open to do so. If it gets delayed then it's expected that nearly all releases following it leading up to Christmas will also delay into 2021.

    I'm not sure if it's true but I'd read that they needed Tenet to hit $1bn. Personally, I'm incredibly doubtful it would have done that pre-lockdown so if true they're stupid if they don't delay this very far into the future.

  4. #284
    Wise! Wise fwom the gwave!

    Thanks to the US opening as many doors as it can the box office finally nudged ever so slightly forward this week as cinemas reopened and used classic movies to try and tempt theatre goers back into the big screen.

    As a result:

    Jurassic Park
    Earned a grand total of $517,000 to be the biggest earning movie of the week. Amazingly that tiny sum meant that the film became the No.1 movie at the box office for its fourth time.

    The second place movie was another Spielberg flick earning $516,300

    The Invisible Man
    Is enjoying a very long run at the box office, earning $201,000 this week

    Trolls: World Tour
    Adding to its digital tally with $160,000 added this week

    The Hunt
    The trashed movie is still on screens with $136,000 this week

    Back to the Future
    Yes, sixth place went to BTTF because not enough people have the good sense to choose this opportunity over The Hunt. The film took $131,000 this week

    On just 42 theatres, the film made seventh place with $127,231

    E.T: The Extra Terrestrial

    $126,100 took E.T home to the big screen

    Jumanji: The Next Level
    $117,900 got the third Jumanji to ninth

    The Goonies
    $110,850 worth of tickets sold saw socially distanced bums on seats witness this classic one more time in tenth.

    Yes, the US top 10 currently contains Jurassic Park, ET, Back to the Future, Jaws and The Goonies - got to be the best it's looked in forever in terms of line up.

  5. #285
    The US Top 10 this week:

    01 - Ghostbusters
    02 - Jumanji: The Next Level
    03 - Relic
    04 - Jurassic Park
    05 - Jaws
    06 - Deadpool
    07 - Jungle Book
    08 - Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens
    09 - The Hunt
    10 - My Spy


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