‘Movies with No Stars’: Why the Hollywood Box Office is Still the Best in the Business
The box office returns are usually the best predictor of box office success.
And for the past five years, they have been a pretty good predictor of moviegoing.
Box office returns have risen every year since the Great Recession, from 5.9% in 2008 to 6.2% in 2016 to 6% in 2017 to 7.0% in 2018 and now 8.0%.
So this year’s first two weeks were the best we’ve seen since 2009, and they’ll continue to rise as summer draws to a close.
“The moviegoing season is a period of rapid growth,” said Matt DiLorenzo, who runs box office tracking site Box Office Mojo.
The film industry had a huge boom in the early years of the decade, but as the economy recovered and moviegoers returned to the theater, moviegoers began to decline.
Box Office estimates that moviegoing had dropped for six consecutive years from 2012 to 2016.
So when the economic downturn took a toll on the box office in the mid-2000s, box office revenue dropped again.
And it wasn’t until 2009, when moviegoers turned away from theaters, that moviegoers regained their confidence.
The box-office bubble burst in 2010.
So it wasn’nt until the summer of 2017 that the economy started to recover.
And by summer’s end, the moviegoing numbers were back up to pre-recession levels.
And the box-offers have been growing steadily since then.
The year-to-date box-opper is $6.1 billion, a decline of 4.3%.
In a year with only seven movies, that means the movie industry has averaged about $4.3 billion per movie.
That’s a lot of moviegoers in a year.
And as summer winds down, moviegoing will return to its pre-financial crisis peak.
This year’s box-topper is a total of $10.6 billion, an increase of 4% over last year.
But in a month that’s seen the biggest drop in moviegoing for two years, there’s still a lot to go.
The median age of moviegoers has dropped from 34 to 32.
Moviegoing has declined from 70% of the population in 2010 to 46% this year.
It’s down from 65% in 2012.
And there are fewer theaters on the market this year, as there were only about 2,000 in 2012 and 3,000 this year for the first time.
Still, movies have been showing up at theaters that were once the pits of the industry.
So if you’re a moviegoer, it’s worth keeping an eye out for new releases.
If you’re just looking for a new movie, you’re not going to be disappointed, experts say.
There are about 70 movies currently in theaters, including a handful that have received major Oscar nominations.
There’s also the possibility that there’ll be a lot more to come.
That said, movie tickets for the month of June are going to get more expensive.
That is because summer ticket sales for June are set to start in mid-July, so prices are going up, said Scott Bernstein, senior analyst at Box Office Analytics.
And that’s not a good thing for moviegoers.
“Summer is a long time away from the peak, so ticket prices are likely to go up for a long period of time,” Bernstein said.
So the question is: How will people spend their tickets?
One way to measure that is by comparing prices for different movies.
For example, a $100 movie ticket for a movie with two stars and $5.99 for a different movie with only two stars will get you a different experience.
But if you compare the same movie to a $15 movie ticket with two movies and a $12.99 movie ticket without two movies, you’ll see the same number of tickets go up.
So what’s a moviegoing moviegoor to do?
“The question is, is it worth the risk?”
Bernstein said, adding that people are going from one movie to another.
The more expensive the ticket, the more it will be to watch.
For some moviegoers, the risk is worth it.
That could mean seeing a film with multiple stars and a new director and starring in a new film with a fresh new cast, Bernstein said in an interview.
If that’s the case, it might be worth the cost of a ticket.
And even if that movie isn’t going to earn a lot, Bernstein still says it’s a good time to pick a movie.
“I think that this year is going to have some very strong, new movies that will be very popular and that will probably be a good sign for consumers to make an investment,” he said.
And in general, people who like to watch new movies are more likely to spend their money on them.
“If you can get a movie that is