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International Box Office 2022: Gains & Growing Pains Amid Product Gaps; Global Studio Rankings - deadline.com - China - Ukraine - Russia
deadline.com
11.01.2023 / 01:45

International Box Office 2022: Gains & Growing Pains Amid Product Gaps; Global Studio Rankings

A flying ace, rampaging dinosaurs, Marvel, DC, Minions and battling blue aliens on a distant planet were among the highlights of 2022 for the Hollywood studios at the global and international box office. Still, it was yet another year of transition, with worldwide grosses reaching an estimated $26B — a 27% increase on 2021 but 35% off the pre-pandemic three-year average, according to Gower Street Analytics. The upward trajectory also occurred overseas as some markets came back strongly, while others struggled and exchange rates went wild.

What’s Next At The Chinese Box Office As Covid & Politics Prove An Unpredictable Mix - deadline.com - China
deadline.com
09.01.2023 / 04:21

What’s Next At The Chinese Box Office As Covid & Politics Prove An Unpredictable Mix

Reading the tea leaves with regard to China in 2023 is even more difficult than usual. The country’s about-face on its longstanding zero-Covid policy has implications from geopolitics to economics and, closer to home for Hollywood, the state of the market after a dismal 2022. Exactly what those implications are is where the guesswork comes in.

What to Watch the Week of January 8, 2023: Prince Harry's Bombshell TV Interviews and the 80th Golden Globes - www.glamour.com - Britain - county Anderson - county Cooper
glamour.com
08.01.2023 / 20:01

What to Watch the Week of January 8, 2023: Prince Harry's Bombshell TV Interviews and the 80th Golden Globes

about Prince Harry's Spare, think again. The Duke of Sussex's interview with Anderson Cooper ; while in the UK, ITV will air his sit down with Tom Bradby.

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Flies Past $1.7B Global, Now 7th Biggest Movie Ever; ‘Puss In Boots’ Nears $200M WW – International Box Office - deadline.com - Britain - Spain - France - Brazil - China - India - Germany - Kuwait
deadline.com
08.01.2023 / 20:01

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Flies Past $1.7B Global, Now 7th Biggest Movie Ever; ‘Puss In Boots’ Nears $200M WW – International Box Office

Refresh for latest…: That was fast. Coming out of its fourth weekend of release, James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water has topped $1.7B globally and become the No. 7 biggest movie of all time worldwide.

Tom Hanks On Nepotism Controversy: “It’s A Family Business” - deadline.com - Britain - Hollywood
deadline.com
06.01.2023 / 08:25

Tom Hanks On Nepotism Controversy: “It’s A Family Business”

Tom Hanks believes Mae West got it wrong. Goodness has something to do with it.

Global Box Office Hits $26B In 2022, Grows 27% Versus 2021 – Analysts - deadline.com - China
deadline.com
05.01.2023 / 22:49

Global Box Office Hits $26B In 2022, Grows 27% Versus 2021 – Analysts

Global box office for 2022 reached nearly $26B, a 27% gain on the previous year, according to Gower Street Analytics. Of the estimated $25.9B total, the international box office represents $18.4B, a 16% increase on last year at current exchange rates, the total being dragged down by China. Stripping out that market, overseas is estimated at $14.1B for a 55% hike on 2021. Domestic was up 65% to $7.5B for a 65% increase, per Gower’s partners at comScore.

Hong Kong Box Office Rebounds In 2022 Second Half With Hollywood Hits & Strong Line-up Of Local Movies - deadline.com - China - USA - Hong Kong - city Hong Kong
deadline.com
04.01.2023 / 14:05

Hong Kong Box Office Rebounds In 2022 Second Half With Hollywood Hits & Strong Line-up Of Local Movies

Hong Kong’s box office managed to stage a partial recovery in the second half of 2022, despite cinemas being closed for nearly four months earlier in the year, due to US titles including Top Gun: Maverick and Avatar: The Way Of Water and a strong line-up of local movies.

Disney Rules The Box Office Around The World In 2022 With $4.9 Billion - deadline.com - China - Canada
deadline.com
04.01.2023 / 00:15

Disney Rules The Box Office Around The World In 2022 With $4.9 Billion

No surprise here: Walt Disney is the No. 1 studio at the box office, not just worldwide with $4.9 billion, but also domestic with $2 billion and overseas with $2.9 billion. This comes after an initial New Year’s weekend which saw Avatar: The Way of Water overperforming, that pic contributing close to $1 billion abroad. It’s the 7th consecutive year that Disney ahs been No. 1 at the global box office, from 2016-2022.

These Baby Names Are Set to Be Popular in 2023 - www.glamour.com - Britain - Manchester
glamour.com
03.01.2023 / 20:19

These Baby Names Are Set to Be Popular in 2023

come and go, influenced by the world and the people around us at that particular moment.So, what are set to be the most popular baby names of 2023? According to research by British name label manufacturer , this year baby names are set to be inspired by sport stars and by some of our favorite TV shows. Although England’s World Cup dreams may have been cut short, it seems the squad has played a major part in influencing the minds of expectant parents in the U.K. when it comes to baby names.

France Box Office Sees Strong Recovery In 2022 With Admissions Up 59% Over Previous Year - deadline.com - France - China
deadline.com
02.01.2023 / 16:59

France Box Office Sees Strong Recovery In 2022 With Admissions Up 59% Over Previous Year

French cinemas amassed nearly 152 million admissions in 2022, new data from the National Cinema Center (CNC) shows. That’s an estimated 26.9% off the pre-pandemic three-year average (2017-2019), and an estimated 59.2% hike on 2021 which endured 138 days of movie theater closures. France reports its box office in terms of admissions, however, the total for the year is expected to exceed $1 billion.

China Box Office Drops To $4.4B In 2022 Amid Covid Swings, Lack Of Product - deadline.com - China
deadline.com
02.01.2023 / 14:45

China Box Office Drops To $4.4B In 2022 Amid Covid Swings, Lack Of Product

China’s box office in 2022 dropped 36% versus 2021, reaching approximately RMB 30B ($4.35B). According to China.org, citing figures from the China Film Administration, 85% of the 2022 revenue was generated by local movies, led by The Battle at Lake Changjin II with RMB 4.07B ($636M at historical rates, per comScore). This past weekend, James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water became the highest-grossing studio import of the year, overtaking Jurassic World Dominion with an estimated $152.8M through Sunday.

Avatar: The Way of Water dominates the box office while Puss in Boots: The Last Wish makes big money - www.dailymail.co.uk - Australia - France - China - South Korea - Vietnam
dailymail.co.uk
02.01.2023 / 08:43

Avatar: The Way of Water dominates the box office while Puss in Boots: The Last Wish makes big money

Avatar: The Way of Water continued to dominate at the box office this weekend, according to Deadline.The movie brought in $186.7 million from 52 international markets over the weekend. Its weekend performance brought the total up to $1.379 billion worldwide.The highly-anticipated Avatar sequel officially passed Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 for 15th place on the all-time list.  Doing well: Avatar: The Way of Water continued to dominate at the box office this weekend, according to DeadlineThe movie made a huge jump in China over the weekend with a 42% jump from the previous weekend.  The top three foreign markets for the movie are: China with $152.8 million, $95.1 million in France and $74.9 million in South Korea. While Avatar: The Way of Water is far and away the biggest movie of the season, Puss in Boots: The Last Wish has done well over the past two weeks since coming out on Christmas.  Hundreds of millions: The movie brought in $186.7 million from 52 international markets over the weekend.

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Rises To $1.38B Global Through Third Weekend, Nears $1B Overseas – International Box Office - deadline.com - Australia - Britain - France - Brazil - China - Mexico - Italy - South Korea - India - Thailand - Germany
deadline.com
01.01.2023 / 19:55

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Rises To $1.38B Global Through Third Weekend, Nears $1B Overseas – International Box Office

Refresh for latest…: James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water rang in the New Year with another $186.7M from 52 international markets for a $1.379B global cume to date. Excluding China, the film rose 4% from last weekend’s Christmas frame offshore (including China it was even with last session). The international box office now stands at an estimated $957M, meaning Way of Water will cross $1B overseas early this week. 

Tim Winton’s best-selling novel comes to life on the big screen in 'Blueback' - www.who.com.au - Britain - USA - Fiji
who.com.au
30.12.2022 / 07:51

Tim Winton’s best-selling novel comes to life on the big screen in 'Blueback'

Blueback, based on Tim Winton’s 1997 novel of the same name, she didn’t realise how much the part would influence her in real life. Mitchell, who stars alongside Eric Bana and Mia Wasikowska in the movie about a girl who befriends a wild blue groper while diving, sat down with WHO from her home in the US to discuss all things under the sea and overcoming her fears. Watch Below: Blueback Official Trailer 2023How much time were you in the water when shooting? Rob [Connolly] rang me and said, “Do you want to be in the film?” But I’m afraid of deep water. Some of the training was in a diving pool, then in the ocean.

Tom Hanks launches non-profit business in move away from acting amid health concerns - express - Britain - USA - Hollywood
express.co.uk
29.12.2022 / 18:37

Tom Hanks launches non-profit business in move away from acting amid health concerns

“Our products support all those who have served America — past and present — on active duty, as Veterans, and their families.“By choosing our coffee, you help support those who chose to commit their time and efforts in defense of our liberties for the good cause that is the American Way.”The company concluded: “Every penny of profit says ‘thank you’ to them. We owe them our gratitude, eh?"The project comes after Tom admitted his "lazy" lifestyle led to type 2 diabetes.In a candid interview, Tom branded himself "a total idiot" for ignoring health warnings in his younger years."I'm part of the lazy American generation that has blindly kept dancing through the party and now finds ourselves with a malady," he told Radio Times."I was heavy.

PBS Reveals 2023 Debut Dates: When To See ‘All Creatures Great And Small,’ ‘Vienna Blood,’ ‘Tom Jones’ And More - deadline.com - Britain - Spain - city Sanditon - city Vienna
deadline.com
28.12.2022 / 20:13

PBS Reveals 2023 Debut Dates: When To See ‘All Creatures Great And Small,’ ‘Vienna Blood,’ ‘Tom Jones’ And More

PBS will bring back six series and premiere two period dramas in 2023, which includes the debut of Tom Jones on Masterpiece that’s based on the 1749 novel The History of Tom Jones, A Foundling.

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Tops $850M WW, ‘Wakanda Forever’ Reaches $800M – International Box Office - deadline.com - Britain - France - China - Ukraine - Indonesia - Hong Kong - Israel
deadline.com
25.12.2022 / 21:49

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Tops $850M WW, ‘Wakanda Forever’ Reaches $800M – International Box Office

Coming out of its second weekend, James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water has banked an estimated $855.4M globally through Sunday. The sophomore session added $168.6M at the international box office in 52 markets for a $601.7M running cume.

International Insider: Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year - deadline.com - Britain - China
deadline.com
23.12.2022 / 16:03

International Insider: Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year

Good afternoon Insiders and a happy holiday to you all, Max Goldbart here seeing out the year. We’re inching slowly towards the holiday and have just got a quick summary of the week’s headlines and some Essentials for you this week. We’ll be taking a well-earned (we hope!) break next week but back all systems go on Friday January 6. Until then, our heartfelt thanks go out to all you Insider readers. We are nothing without you. Merry Xmas, Happy Chanukah and a Happy New Year.

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Rides Wave Past $600M Global Box Office Amid Strong Mid-Week Play - deadline.com - Australia - Britain - France - Brazil - China - Mexico - Italy - India - Germany
deadline.com
22.12.2022 / 22:45

‘Avatar: The Way Of Water’ Rides Wave Past $600M Global Box Office Amid Strong Mid-Week Play

With strong and consistent mid-weeks, James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water has crested the $600M mark worldwide. This comes after it rapidly passed $500M global earlier this week, following its $441.6M opening weekend. The current worldwide total through Wednesday is $609.7M including $426.8M from the international box office.

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