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Old 02-10-2016, 08:57 PM   #41
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Down only 7 percent. Not bad when you consider the box office power difference ($97 million this year vs. $192 last year). Also Fury is going to do better than Goosebumps on Blu-ray.

I predict Blu-ray will be up the first half of this year, since last year was weak and we have the latest Star Wars coming out. Then there's the unknown impact of UHD Blu-ray. Hopefully it'll take off better than expected. There is lots of activity on the UHD threads, people extremely anxious to get their player and media.
Still gonna be Blu though. I actually think when UHD comes Blu will become more popular because those that bought DVD might go Blu. We are already seeing it now in the charts that more and more people chose Blu instead of DVD
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Still gonna be Blu though. I actually think when UHD comes Blu will become more popular because those that bought DVD might go Blu. We are already seeing it now in the charts that more and more people chose Blu instead of DVD
I think with Star Wars and UHD Blu-ray, that Blu-ray (as a whole) will be up for the whole year. And I agree that DVD will be the fall guy.
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I think with Star Wars and UHD Blu-ray, that Blu-ray (as a whole) will be up for the whole year. And I agree that DVD will be the fall guy.
I think the natural choice will be Digital HD and streaming services for former DVD fans while Bluray and UHD 4K will be for the purists. Either way, as long as I can keep buying Blu for the foreseeable future, that's me sorted.

Now, if only 3D would take off again!
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I think the natural choice will be Digital HD and streaming services for former DVD fans while Bluray and UHD 4K will be for the purists. Either way, as long as I can keep buying Blu for the foreseeable future, that's me sorted.

Now, if only 3D would take off again!
Hopefully Blu-ray will continue to get a lot of DVD converts, rather them have them all go to streaming. Of course, there is always going to be new generation of fans of having the best quality and they will go straight to BD/UHD when they get old enough to have disposable income. That alone will keep things going.

I wish I could say the same for 3D. I'm a really big fan, but it seems like it's going to be the odd man out, since new movies will be getting HDR and 3D won't. Speaking of new movies, since Digital HD will also be getting HDR, that means fans of HDR will have to choose between UHD BD and Digital HD (or Digital UHD?). That might affect new release sales of popular Blu-ray titles (going instead to UHD BD, but it's all good because it counts as a BD sale). It basically all depends on how popular HDR becomes. The popular, the better for UHD BD, but unfortunately, at the expense of 3D.
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I think the natural choice will be Digital HD and streaming services for former DVD fans while Bluray and UHD 4K will be for the purists. Either way, as long as I can keep buying Blu for the foreseeable future, that's me sorted.

Now, if only 3D would take off again!
I feel like the DVD converts will be half and half. A lot of them probably like and are used to the disc format and wouldn't want to change. Some probably also like collecting or ownership, even if they don't care about quality as much as us.
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I wish I could say the same for 3D. I'm a really big fan, but it seems like it's going to be the odd man out, since new movies will be getting HDR and 3D won't. .....The popular, the better for UHD BD, but unfortunately, at the expense of 3D.
If you look at sales stats, the market has not accepted 3D. The market share for 3D titles is ridiculous small. People complain about Disney not releasing some titles in 3D, but if I were a Disney exec and saw those numbers, I wouldn't release in 3D either unless there was virtually no incremental cost.

If you look at the top 20 physical media titles, only 7 have a 3D share and that share ranges from 2% (Minions) to 7% (Everest). If you look at the list of the 20 titles with the top BD market share and look at the top 3D share below it, it ranges from 1.17% (The Little Mermaid) to 16.96% (Ant Man).

IMO, the industry launched 3D too early. The quality of most home 3D initially sucked (not that it's been that great theatrically either). I didn't see impressive home 3D until I was at a seminar and saw a TV that used passive 3D glasses and the 3D quality was quite good. In fact, most of the audience was using the same Real 3D glasses used at movie theatres. I didn't even realize that was possible on consumer TVs. If the industry had launched with that, I think there would have been far more acceptance of 3D.

But having said all that, I'm still surprised that 3D isn't part of the UHD spec.

Personally, I'm still waiting for my holographic TV. Popular Science predicted over 50 years ago that we'd have it by now. I'm very disappointed.
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3D can't be part of the UHD spec or they wouldn't be able to start selling 3D 4K blu ray players in 4 years time exalting the incredible improvement over regular 4k or 3D 1080p.
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If you look at sales stats, the market has not accepted 3D. The market share for 3D titles is ridiculous small. People complain about Disney not releasing some titles in 3D, but if I were a Disney exec and saw those numbers, I wouldn't release in 3D either unless there was virtually no incremental cost.

If you look at the top 20 physical media titles, only 7 have a 3D share and that share ranges from 2% (Minions) to 7% (Everest). If you look at the list of the 20 titles with the top BD market share and look at the top 3D share below it, it ranges from 1.17% (The Little Mermaid) to 16.96% (Ant Man).

IMO, the industry launched 3D too early. The quality of most home 3D initially sucked (not that it's been that great theatrically either). I didn't see impressive home 3D until I was at a seminar and saw a TV that used passive 3D glasses and the 3D quality was quite good. In fact, most of the audience was using the same Real 3D glasses used at movie theatres. I didn't even realize that was possible on consumer TVs. If the industry had launched with that, I think there would have been far more acceptance of 3D.

But having said all that, I'm still surprised that 3D isn't part of the UHD spec.

Personally, I'm still waiting for my holographic TV. Popular Science predicted over 50 years ago that we'd have it by now. I'm very disappointed.
The average 3D share from the Nielsen top 20 has been around 2.5%. That factoring in all titles and that includes DVD as well. It has been trending downward, but not a whole lot. I made a graph of the 52 week moving average, but have some erroneous data points in some titles that I need to correct. Also the graph weighs all weeks the same, when obviously the weeks with strong 3D debuts should be given more weight in order to truly reflect the number of sales. I'll play around with that at some point, since I am interested in seeing how 3D is doing sales-wise (even though top 20 data is all we have).

I think 3D should have been launched with passive glasses instead of with the heavier, more intense, and more expensive active glasses. Passive on 4K looks great, but now with UHD HDR coming out, it's too little too late I'm afraid. I think vintage 3D will remain alive and well on Blu-ray, but there are only so many of those and sales are minimal at best.


52 week moving average Top 20 3D market share (includes DVD): in units.
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3D can't be part of the UHD spec or they wouldn't be able to start selling 3D 4K blu ray players in 4 years time exalting the incredible improvement over regular 4k or 3D 1080p.
Hopefully it'll come in 4 years, it would be exciting to see that.
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Top 20 disc sales week ending 2/14/16


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Blu-ray share: 51.8%
3D share: 1.1% (includes DVD), 10.7% (among BD titles that have 3D version)




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Blu-Ray share higher than DVD. Nice!
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Yeah, you can thank Spectre for that. 39% of all the Top 20 discs sold across both formats were Spectre, and 63% of those were Blu-ray.
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Box Office Comparison DOWN -32.62% From the Previous Year
Street Title Box Office | Street Title Box Office
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2/2/16 Bridge of Spies $72.16 | 2/3/15 John Wick $43.04
2/2/16 Our Brand Is Crisis $7.00 | 2/3/15 Dracula Untold $56.28
2/2/16 The Last Witch Hunter $27.37 | 2/3/15 Ouija $50.86
2/2/16 Freeheld $0.57 | 2/3/15 The Best of Me $26.77
2/2/16 Truth $2.54 | 2/3/15 Dear White People $4.40
2/2/16 The Beauty Inside $0.11 | 2/3/15 The ABCs of Death 2 $0.01
2/2/16 Difret $0.05 | 2/3/15 Nas: Time is Illmatic $0.16
2/2/16 Evangelion 3.33: You Can {Not} Redo $0.17 | 2/3/15 Tricked $0.00
2/2/16 Suffragette $4.70 | 2/3/15 Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain $0.01
2/2/16 Big Stone Gap $1.01 | 2/3/15 The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby $0.59
2/2/16 Rock the Kasbah $3.02 | 2/3/15 Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage $0.16
2/2/16 Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet $0.73 | 2/3/15 Starred Up $0.05
2/2/16 The Keeping Room $0.03 | 2/3/15 The Retrieval $0.05
2/2/16 Effie Gray $0.35 | 2/3/15 The Overnighters $0.11
2/2/16 The World of Kanako $0.02 | 2/3/15 Hector and the Search for Happiness $0.11
2/2/16 Ladrones $3.06 | 2/3/15 Thunder and the House of Magic $0.00
2/2/16 Breathe $0.04 |
2/2/16 A Ballerina's Tale $0.13 |
2/2/16 Julia $0.00 |
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Total Box Office Power: $123.04 | Total Box Office Power: $182.61
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Top Selling Title for Week Ended 2/7/16 | Top Selling Title for Week Ended 2/8/15
The Last Witch Hunter | Dracula Untold

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Another good week. I'll post updated table soon...


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Box Office Comparison UP 110.27% From the Previous Year
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2/9/16 Spectre $199.79 | 2/10/15 Nightcrawler $32.38
2/9/16 Crimson Peak $31.09 | 2/10/15 Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day $66.95
2/9/16 Love the Coopers $26.30 | 2/10/15 Predestination $0.07
2/9/16 99 Homes $1.41 | 2/10/15 Addicted $17.39
2/9/16 Freaks of Nature $0.07 | 2/10/15 Kill the Messenger $2.45
2/9/16 Grandma $6.98 | 2/10/15 Rosewater $3.13
2/9/16 Welcome to Leith $0.04 | 2/10/15 The Song $1.01
2/9/16 Take Me to the River $0.07 | 2/10/15 Laggies $1.07
| 2/10/15 Force Majeure $1.36
| 2/10/15 Lilting $0.03
| 2/10/15 On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter $0.54
| 2/10/15 Stray Dogs $0.01
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Total Box Office Power: $265.74 | Total Box Office Power: $126.39
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Top Selling Title for Week Ended 2/14/16 | Top Selling Title for Week Ended 2/15/15
Spectre | Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
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Updated thru week ending 2/13/16
Table of Blu-ray sales (HMM and DEG)
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Weekly figures are from HMM (Home Media Magazine)

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Week Date      OD     OD YoY      DVD    DVD YoY       BD    BD YoY  BD Share  TBO2015 TBO2014

2016 HMM     614.92    -3.8%     396.70   -11.4%     218.24   14.2%    35.5%    1375.1  1075.4

6   2/13     122.01    -5.6%      79.65   -12.7%      42.36   11.3%    34.7 %    265.7   126.4
5   2/6      102.48   -15.3%      66.32   -21.2%      36.17   -1.7%    35.3 %    123.0   182.6
4   1/30      99.47   -10.2%      66.32   -11.6%      33.15   -7.1%    33.3 %     97.3   192.7
3   1/23     101.43     1.1%      63.96    -7.1%      37.47   19.2%    36.9 %    302.3   273.7
2   1/16     100.71    12.1%      62.20    -4.4%      38.52   55.4%    38.2 %    448.4   201.4
1   1/9       88.82     0.9%      58.25    -8.5%      30.57   25.4%    34.4 %    138.3    98.7

2015 HMM    5951.72   -12.1%    3947.01   -15.1%    2004.75   -5.4%    33.7%   10548.9 10507.6

Q4   HMM    2120.41    -6.6%    1312.11   -14.9%     808.32   11.2%    38.1%    3308.0  3199.3

52  1/2      122.55     1.1%      76.23    -9.2%      46.32   24.1%    37.8 %    109.1   103.7
51  12/26    278.08     5.8%     170.80    -6.4%     107.28   33.3%    38.6 %    105.5     7.1
50  12/19    265.13   -13.5%     159.63   -22.9%     105.50    5.9%    39.8 %    417.3   343.8
49  12/12    215.99   -13.0%     128.33   -20.5%      87.66    1.0%    40.6 %    532.3   410.0
48  12/5     167.01   -17.8%     108.97   -21.9%      58.04   -8.9%    34.8 %     19.5   291.0
47  11/28    292.88   -11.2%     191.68   -15.3%     101.20   -2.3%    34.6 %     87.9   165.5
46  11/21    101.56   -21.3%      66.89   -26.6%      34.68   -8.4%    34.1 %     52.6   324.7
45  11/14    109.57   -20.8%      69.83   -22.8%      39.74  -17.1%    36.3 %    230.6   391.6
44  11/7     127.41    -1.2%      77.03    -7.4%      50.38   10.2%    39.5 %    419.7   408.6
43  10/31    101.99    14.7%      65.10    -2.2%      36.90   65.0%    36.2 %    217.9    65.1
42  10/24    132.34    41.4%      68.00     1.9%      64.34  139.6%    48.6 %    697.0   157.5
41  10/17    106.67    -5.0%      63.65   -12.6%      43.02    9.2%    40.3 %    290.2   347.5
40  10/10     99.23    -6.7%      65.97    -7.0%      33.26   -6.2%    33.5 %    128.4   183.4

Q3   HMM    1147.35   -13.2%     793.83   -15.3%     353.52   -8.1%    30.8%    2299.4  2295.6

39  10/3     115.56     1.4%      71.34    -3.4%      44.22   10.3%    38.3 %    650.1   278.5
38  9/26      94.73    -2.5%      61.87   -11.4%      32.86   20.1%    34.7 %    184.7   156.0
37  9/19     120.04    -0.2%      69.38   -14.0%      50.66   28.0%    42.2 %    582.4   391.7
36  9/12      79.80   -28.5%      58.35   -20.4%      21.45  -44.0%    26.9 %     43.9   285.5
35  9/5       88.23    -0.7%      61.12   -10.2%      27.11   30.7%    30.7 %    163.6    40.0
34  8/29      73.03   -25.3%      54.90   -23.7%      18.12  -29.9%    24.8 %     27.8    66.3
33  8/22      75.79   -26.7%      56.68   -20.0%      19.12  -41.2%    25.2 %      7.8   217.1
32  8/15      78.42   -21.4%      58.56   -19.0%      19.85  -27.6%    25.3 %     67.1    93.1
31  8/8       92.02   -17.7%      64.19   -18.5%      27.83  -15.9%    30.2 %    166.8   283.1
30  8/1       86.59   -14.0%      60.24   -17.8%      26.35   -3.9%    30.4 %    181.8   187.2
29  7/25      76.44   -23.6%      55.78   -24.6%      20.66  -20.7%    27.0 %      3.7   147.7
28  7/18      91.34    -5.5%      63.42    -9.0%      27.93    3.6%    30.6 %    184.7   134.7
27  7/11      75.36    -5.9%      58.00    -4.7%      17.36   -9.7%    23.0 %     34.9    14.6

Q2   HMM     1105.9   -20.0%     776.74   -19.3%     329.15  -21.7%    29.8%    1763.1  1836.5

26  7/4       80.04   -10.1%      59.99    -9.6%      20.05  -11.6%    25.0 %    115.1     4.7
25  6/27      76.22   -21.3%      56.18   -16.9%      20.04  -31.5%    26.3 %      0.1   121.6
24  6/20      96.47   -18.9%      64.82   -15.8%      31.65  -24.5%    32.8 %    100.5   317.6
23  6/13      90.01   -21.9%      61.54   -19.8%      28.47  -26.0%    31.6 %    185.5   145.4
22  6/6       97.72   -12.0%      65.23   -11.7%      32.49  -12.6%    33.2 %    308.9   243.4
21  5/30      83.37     0.7%      58.42    -3.7%      24.95   12.7%    29.9 %     23.6    23.6
20  5/23      75.28   -15.7%      55.22   -13.6%      20.06  -20.9%    26.6 %    375.9   189.1
19  5/16      86.81     2.2%      60.42    -2.7%      26.39   15.3%    30.4 %     34.3    72.1
18  5/9      100.88    10.2%      66.77    -0.7%      34.11   40.2%    33.8 %    251.6     5.7
17  5/2       79.35   -10.8%      57.24   -12.2%      22.11   -6.8%    27.9 %    225.1    51.6
16  4/25      80.42   -10.4%      57.62   -11.9%      22.80   -6.5%    28.4 %     91.6     0.1
15  4/18      76.44   -56.7%      54.38   -55.8%      22.06  -58.7%    28.9 %     43.1   296.7
14  4/11      82.89   -44.1%      58.91   -37.0%      23.97  -56.2%    28.9 %      7.8   365.0

Q1   HMM    1578.06   -12.1%    1064.33   -11.9%     513.76  -12.4%    32.6%    3178.4  3176.1

13  4/4      150.33    10.2%      99.28     9.4%      51.05   11.8%    34.0 %    332.0   165.9
12  3/28     145.19    -3.0%      90.83    -9.0%      54.36    9.1%    37.4 %    498.8   187.9
11  3/21     112.10   -53.7%      76.52   -45.3%      35.58  -65.1%    31.7 %    260.4   643.5
10  3/14     119.66   -11.6%      81.16   -13.1%      38.50   -8.3%    32.2 %    113.4    66.6
9   3/7      139.83    -1.7%      91.54   -14.1%      48.29  -18.6%    34.5 %    350.9   490.2
8   2/28     151.40    -2.6%      95.11    -3.3%      56.32   -1.4%    37.2 %    303.3   506.5
7   2/21     120.65    -5.2%      82.04    -7.6%      38.61    0.3%    32.0 %    216.5     0.2
6   2/14     129.22   -17.1%      91.16   -18.0%      38.06  -12.9%    29.5 %    126.3   162.8
5   2/7      120.93     3.2%      84.14    -0.7%      36.79   13.4%    30.4 %    184.4   147.1
4   1/31     110.66     0.4%      75.00    -3.0%      35.67    8.3%    32.2 %    192.8   319.5
3   1/24     100.24     4.2%      68.82    -1.4%      31.43   18.8%    31.4 %    273.7   196.0
2   1/17      89.84   -15.3%      65.07   -14.6%      24.76  -17.2%    27.6 %    201.2   261.7
1   1/10      87.99   -10.9%      63.66   -11.4%      24.34   -9.5%    27.7 %    124.8    28.2

2014 HMM    6783.24   -10.1%    4661.69   -11.0%    2121.58   -7.9%    31.3%   10450.6 10589.2

Q4   HMM    2267.71   -14.1%    1540.94   -13.0%     726.79  -16.4%    32.0%    3157.4  3445.0

52  1/3      121.21    -4.4%      83.90    -6.1%      37.31   -0.5%    30.8 %    103.7    24.5
51  12/27    263.04    -3.6%     182.27    -3.0%      80.77   -4.8%    30.7 %      7.1    83.9
50  12/20    306.48   -20.8%     206.91   -21.0%      99.57  -20.5%    32.5 %    343.4   406.9
49  12/13    248.11   -24.8%     161.33   -20.5%      86.78  -31.7%    35.0 %    409.4   618.1
48  12/6     203.22   -11.9%     139.51    -8.0%      63.71  -19.3%    31.4 %    291.0   235.1
47  11/29    329.76   -11.5%     226.35   -10.7%     103.42  -13.4%    31.4 %    165.5    80.0
46  11/22    128.77   -17.6%      90.97   -14.0%      37.81  -25.2%    29.4 %    324.7   354.1
45  11/15    138.26    -8.0%      90.36    -4.8%      47.90  -13.5%    34.6 %    391.5   380.3
44  11/8     128.78     2.9%      83.10    -5.6%      45.68   22.9%    35.5 %    408.5   209.3
43  11/1      88.60   -31.4%      66.32   -24.2%      22.28  -46.6%    25.1 %     65.1   302.2
42  10/25     93.20   -14.2%      66.38   -15.6%      26.82  -10.5%    28.8 %    157.1   212.5
41  10/18    112.00   -14.9%      72.69   -17.5%      39.31   -9.5%    35.1 %    347.4   293.7
40  10/11    106.28   -10.8%      70.85   -12.9%      35.43   -6.1%    33.3 %    182.9   244.6

Q3   HMM    1320.38    -8.6%     935.73    -8.5%     384.66   -9.1%    29.1%    2295.1  2305.5

39  10/4     113.89   -18.5%      73.80   -12.6%      40.09  -27.5%    35.2 %    278.5   288.6
38  9/27      97.15   -22.7%      69.79   -11.9%      27.37  -41.1%    28.2 %    155.7   414.8
37  9/20     120.20     5.5%      80.61     2.8%      39.59   11.5%    32.9 %    391.2   213.6
36  9/13     111.46   -16.0%      73.15   -14.5%      38.31  -18.7%    34.4 %    285.5   239.8
35  9/6       88.74   -18.9%      68.01   -17.8%      20.73  -22.1%    23.4 %     40.0   123.9
34  8/30      97.67   -16.3%      71.81   -15.8%      25.85  -17.5%    26.5 %     67.6   197.5
33  8/23     103.27     0.9%      70.74    -7.8%      32.53   27.1%    31.5 %    217.1   146.6
32  8/16      99.46    -2.2%      72.02    -4.6%      27.44    4.9%    27.6 %     93.1   130.3
31  8/9      111.46     4.8%      78.38     4.2%      33.08    6.2%    29.7 %    283.2   136.9
30  8/2      100.58    -3.3%      73.19    -2.7%      27.40   -4.7%    27.2 %    187.2   125.4
29  7/26      99.91     8.7%      73.88     3.1%      26.03   28.5%    26.1 %    147.6     3.9
28  7/19      96.55    -5.0%      69.59    -8.5%      26.96    5.5%    27.9 %    133.9   159.9
27  7/12      80.04   -19.4%      60.76   -20.2%      19.28  -16.8%    24.1 %     14.6   124.3

Q2   HMM    1381.45    -1.7%     961.09    -5.7%     420.37    8.6%    30.4%    1833.8  1735.1

26  7/5       88.88   -11.2%      66.22   -15.0%      22.66    2.3%    25.5 %      4.6     1.1
25  6/28      96.64    -0.7%      67.38    -8.4%      29.26   23.1%    30.3 %    121.6    78.1
24  6/21     118.84     8.1%      76.92    -2.9%      41.93   36.6%    35.3 %    316.3   135.0
23  6/14     115.15   -21.0%      76.72   -21.8%      38.43  -19.4%    33.4 %    144.9   334.5
22  6/7      110.91    -9.8%      73.74   -15.1%      37.17    3.0%    33.5 %    243.4   325.5
21  5/31      82.78   -10.1%      60.65   -12.9%      22.12   -1.4%    26.7 %     23.6    18.4
20  5/24      89.23   -13.7%      63.85   -15.3%      25.38   -9.3%    28.4 %    189.1    84.8
19  5/17      84.90   -11.9%      62.00   -12.3%      22.89  -10.9%    27.0 %     72.1    61.8
18  5/10      91.35   -22.5%      67.02   -19.8%      24.33  -29.0%    26.6 %      5.7   223.5
17  5/3       88.49   -15.2%      64.85   -14.1%      23.65  -18.2%    26.7 %     51.6   189.7
16  4/26      89.68   -11.1%      65.32   -10.6%      24.37  -12.3%    27.2 %      0.1   113.5
15  4/19     176.28    56.2%     122.89    54.5%      53.39   60.3%    30.3 %    295.8   162.8
14  4/12     148.32    45.2%      93.53    23.4%      54.79  108.0%    36.9 %    365.0     6.4

Q1   HMM    1813.70   -11.6%    1223.93   -14.2%     589.76   -5.7%    32.5%    3164.4  3103.6

13  4/5      136.35     6.0%      90.67    -1.5%      45.68   24.8%    33.5 %    165.9     0.4
12  3/29     149.53   -32.9%      99.72   -35.3%      49.81  -27.6%    33.3 %    187.8   297.1
11  3/22     241.91    18.3%     139.92    11.3%     101.98   29.5%    42.2 %    641.1   618.9
10  3/15     145.68   -10.9%     101.76    -8.6%      43.92  -15.8%    30.1 %     66.6   247.4
9   3/8      165.48   -15.3%     106.21   -20.7%      59.26   -3.4%    35.8 %    488.3   257.6
8   3/1      155.39   -12.4%      98.31   -23.9%      57.09   18.3%    36.7 %    503.8   315.7
7   2/22     127.22   -19.7%      88.74   -16.0%      38.47  -27.0%    30.2 %      0.2   247.3
6   2/15     155.64   -20.7%     111.97   -15.2%      43.67  -31.9%    28.1 %    162.8   368.9
5   2/8      117.08   -18.4%      84.67   -18.6%      32.41  -17.9%    27.7 %    144.0   171.1
4   2/1      118.53    -4.5%      84.08    -5.7%      34.46   -1.4%    29.1%     318.9   221.4
3   1/25      96.17    -7.9%      69.76   -11.4%      26.41    2.7%    27.5%     195.3    47.0
2   1/18     106.11   -10.2%      76.19   -11.5%      29.92   -6.8%    28.2%     261.6   213.6
1   1/11      98.61   -14.2%      71.93   -15.1%      26.68  -11.8%    27.1%      28.2    97.3

2013 HMM    7539.31    -8.3%    5242.51   -13.1%    2296.82    4.9%    30.5%   10668.2 10071.3

Q4   HMM    2766.93    -9.8%    1851.78   -14.0%     915.15    0.1%    33.1%    3728.2  3249.2

53  1/4      126.71   -11.6%      89.22   -14.9%      37.49   -2.5%    29.6%      24.5    67.2
52  12/28    272.62    14.2%     187.84     9.7%      84.77   25.6%    31.1%      83.8    11.9
51  12/21    386.85    -8.2%     261.74   -14.4%     125.11    8.2%    32.3%     406.8   284.4
50  12/14    330.14    -5.5%     203.04   -15.2%     127.10   15.7%    38.5%     617.5   493.4
49  12/7     230.30   -24.6%     151.36   -22.3%      78.94  -28.7%    34.3%     235.1   586.2
48  11/30    372.25    70.3%     253.10    64.6%     119.15   83.8%    32.0%      79.9   133.4
47  11/23    156.10   -60.0%     105.57   -62.3%      50.53  -54.0%    32.4%     354.0    85.0
46  11/16    149.93   -12.3%      94.62   -18.5%      55.31    0.9%    36.9%     376.1   326.6
45  11/9     124.86    -3.7%      87.74    -6.2%      37.12    2.7%    29.7%     209.3   315.0
44  11/2     128.93     2.0%      87.22    -9.4%      41.72   38.1%    32.4%     301.9    93.5
43  10/26    108.04   -27.3%      78.18   -28.3%      29.87  -24.6%    27.6%     212.5   227.0
42  10/19    131.05    -5.6%      87.75   -11.0%      43.30    7.7%    33.0%     293.5   350.8
41  10/12    119.64   -13.2%      81.55   -11.3%      38.09  -16.9%    31.8%     244.6   181.9
40  10/5     129.51   -12.4%      82.85   -14.9%      46.65   -7.6%    36.0%     288.6    93.1

Q3   DEG    1448.64   -13.4%    1011.45   -15.4%     437.19   -8.3%    30.2% (EST)273.9   15.9%(share)
Q3   HMM    1401.22   -14.3%    1010.62   -16.4%     390.58   -8.4%    27.9%    2017.4  2145.2

39   9/28    125.64   -37.1%      79.05   -29.2%      46.59  -47.1%    37.1%     414.8   624.7
38   9/21    113.74    -4.1%      78.15   -13.1%      35.58   24.2%    31.3%     213.5   116.7
37   9/14    132.99    -1.9%      85.34   -15.8%      47.65   39.1%    35.8%     239.8   211.1
36   9/7     108.70     8.9%      80.72   -13.8%      27.98    8.9%    25.7%     123.8    46.5
35   8/31    114.52   -21.0%      84.31   -21.6%      30.21  -19.3%    26.4%     197.5   262.5
34   8/24    102.07   -29.3%      76.50   -28.1%      25.57  -32.7%    25.1%     146.4   105.5
33   8/17    101.24   -31.8%      75.14   -30.9%      26.10  -34.2%    25.8%     130.3   412.4
32   8/10    106.13    -8.3%      75.01   -13.4%      31.12    7.0%    29.3%     136.9   216.2
31   8/3     103.89    10.4%      75.15    -1.7%      28.74   62.5%    27.7%     125.4     0.1
30   7/27     91.47    -3.5%      71.25    -4.9%      20.21    1.8%    22.1%       3.9    18.5
29   7/20    101.61    -3.4%      76.01    -7.2%      25.60    9.8%    25.2%     159.9    81.0
28   7/13     99.26    -5.7%      76.13    -8.7%      23.13    6.0%    23.3%     124.3    59.6
27   7/6      99.96    -8.0%      77.86    -9.5%      22.10   -2.4%    22.1%       1.1     0.5

Q2   DEG    1457.26   -13.0%    1052.97   -16.7%     404.29   -1.5%    27.7% (EST)259.4   15.1%(share)
Q2   HMM    1432.97   -13.2%    1031.66   -17.1%     401.32   -1.3%    28.0%    1777.3  2318.0

26   6/29     97.21   -21.8%      73.46   -20.8%      23.76  -24.7%    24.4%      78.1   350.5
25   6/22    109.92    -5.8%      79.23   -10.9%      30.69   10.7%    27.9%     135.0    98.6
24   6/15    145.76   -10.6%      98.08   -15.6%      47.68    1.9%    32.7%     334.2   275.5
23   6/8     122.79   -19.0%      86.72   -18.2%      36.06  -21.0%    29.4%     325.2   374.1
22   6/1      91.91   -18.9%      69.55   -20.2%      22.36  -14.4%    24.3%      18.4    37.0
21   5/25    103.15    -6.7%      75.17   -10.1%      27.98    3.8%    27.1%      84.8   178.2
20   5/18     96.09   -12.1%      70.43   -15.0%      25.67   -3.1%    26.7%      61.8   200.1
19   5/11    117.72    -5.1%      83.48   -11.5%      34.24   15.4%    29.1%     223.5   187.5
18   5/4     104.34    -4.3%      75.45   -12.1%      28.89   24.7%    27.7%     189.5   105.0
17   4/27    100.75    -4.2%      72.97    -8.6%      27.78    9.8%    27.6%     157.3    67.9
16   4/20    112.75     1.5%      79.45    -3.3%      33.30   14.9%    29.5%     162.8   236.0
15   4/13    102.06    -6.0%      75.74   -12.1%      26.32   17.6%    25.8%       6.4    51.8
14   4/6     128.52   -36.9%      91.93   -41.8%      36.59  -20.0%    28.5%       0.4   155.8

Q1   DEG    2098.83     2.1%    1455.55    -6.7%     643.28   28.5%    30.6% (EST)231.2    9.9%(share)
Q1   HMM    2064.90     2.5%    1437.67    -6.2%     627.26   30.1%    30.4%    3169.8  2426.1

13   3/30    222.64    41.9%     153.75    26.4%      68.89   95.1%    30.9%     294.8   171.2
12   3/23    204.22    35.8%     125.59    14.6%      78.63   92.8%    38.5%     618.7   356.9
11   3/16    163.59    10.3%     111.45    -1.8%      52.15   49.6%    31.9%     244.8   279.2
10   3/9     195.09    19.0%     133.76    10.1%      61.33   44.3%    31.4%     256.6   216.0
9    3/2     177.32    15.9%     129.10    10.1%      48.23   35.0%    27.2%     315.6    82.3
8    2/23    158.25    -1.7%     105.48   -14.7%      52.77   41.6%    33.3%     251.0   274.4
7    2/16    196.00    -6.2%     131.73   -18.6%      64.27   36.6%    32.8%     368.6    16.2
6    2/9     143.36   -30.4%     103.88   -31.5%      39.48  -27.5%    27.5%     171.1   321.4
5    2/2     124.02   -15.3%      89.11   -19.9%      34.91   -0.8%    28.1%     221.2   118.7
4    1/26    104.36   -19.8%      78.68   -18.6%      25.69  -23.2%    24.6%      46.5   226.0
3    1/19    118.15    -7.3%      88.02   -14.7%      32.13   20.7%    27.2%     213.2   114.0
2    1/12    114.83    -8.9%      84.56   -13.8%      30.27    8.1%    26.4%      96.8   116.2
1    1/5     143.07     5.5%     104.56    -0.1%      38.51   24.4%    26.9%      67.2   134.3
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Box Office Comparison DOWN -53.72% From the Previous Year
Street Title Box Office | Street Title Box Office
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2/16/16 Steve Jobs $17.77 | 2/17/15 Birdman $42.34
2/16/16 Black Mass $62.58 | 2/17/15 Dumb and Dumber To $86.21
2/16/16 The 33 $12.23 | 2/17/15 The Interview $6.11
2/16/16 Trumbo $7.85 | 2/17/15 The Theory of Everything $35.89
2/16/16 Labyrinth of Lies $0.79 | 2/17/15 The Tale of the Princess Kaguya $0.70
| 2/17/15 St. Vincent $44.14
| 2/17/15 The Homesman $2.43
| 2/17/15 Life Itself $0.81
| 2/17/15 V/H/S: Viral $0.00
| 2/17/15 No Tears for the Dead $0.06
| 2/17/15 Not Cool $0.04
| 2/17/15 Game of Thrones: The Complete Fourth Season Cable
|
Total Box Office Power: $101.22 | Total Box Office Power: $218.72
|
Top Selling Title for Week Ended 2/21/16 | Top Selling Title for Week Ended 2/22/15
Spectre | Game of Thrones: The Complete Fourth Season
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