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China Box Office: 'Monster Hunt' Breaks Opening Weekend Record for Domestic Film

Por The Hollywood Reporter: Abid Rahman en la julio 20, 2015

Set in a world where monsters and humans co-exist, Monster Hunt tells the story of Wuba, a monster born to be king.

The 3D live-action/CGI fantasy epic grabs a huge $109 million in its first four days of release.

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The Fast-Changing Economics of the Movie Blockbuster

Por New York Times: Stephen Heyman en la julio 8, 2015

Jurassic World grossed more than $1 billion at the global box office.

“Titanic” played in theaters around the world for more than three months before it became, in March of 1998, the first film to gross more than $1 billion at the global box office. Last month, “Jurassic World” achieved the same distinction in a mere 13 days, shattering a previous record of 17 days set only in April by “Furious 7.”

When did the $1 billion blockbuster become the new normal?

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IMAX Lands Brief Sneak Peak Of ‘Mission: Impossible -Rogue Nation’

Por Deadline: David Lieberman en la junio 29, 2015

Some 363 of the large screen venues in North America will offer five minutes of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation to audiences who show up to see Terminator Genisys beginning tomorrow night, IMAX, Paramount Pictures and Skydance announced this morning.

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IMAX: Size matters

Por Screen International: Matt Mueller en la junio 25, 2015

Opening on April 22 with Avengers: Age Of Ultron, the CinemaxX IMAX was Denmark’s highest-grossing cinema site that weekend.

With its global expansion strategy in full flow and a raft of blockbusters to fill its screens, the picture continues to look rosy for IMAX. CEO Richard Gelfond and EMEA president Andrew Cripps sit down with Matt Mueller.

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My Weekend: Richard Gelfond

Por Newsweek: Felicity Capon en la junio 19, 2015

The chief executive of IMAX enjoys his Manhattan roof garden and the cultural variety of New York – but can't switch off from the job he loves.

Saturday morning
The first thing I do when I wake up is get on the email, so I can see how the movies performed on Friday night. Then I stretch and go on the elliptical machine. If the weather's nice I'll play tennis. I love the weekends because you can have an exercise routine, and get back in control of your body. Then my wife Peggy and I usually have breakfast; she'll prepare hard boiled eggs and English muffins, or bagels and cream cheese.

Saturday afternoon
We live in the West Village in New York, so in the afternoon we tend to walk around the city. We always stop for sushi or dim sum for lunch. Back home, I'll check the email again, and read the newspaper. We might sit in our roof garden – having outdoor space in Manhattan is truly a luxury. Then I'll get on the phone with IMAX in Los Angeles and see what the various news sites are saying about the movies.

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