American box office revenue flourished this summer
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American box office revenue flourished this summer

According to Comscore, US box office revenue in June this year was about 986 million USD, up 141% over the same period last year.

Analyst Robbins commented: `This is a turning point compared to a year or two ago. Although I don’t dare say all viewers have returned, the data shows that the majority of audiences are willing to go to the box office.`

The theatrical films `Jurassic World Dominion`, `Elvis` and `Top Gun: Maverick` (from left to right).

In the summer race, Paramount and Skydance’s Top Gun: Maverick are leading the way.

Marvel’s blockbuster – Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness – hit theaters in early May and grossed 950 million USD globally.

Elvis – a biographical film about Elvis Presley directed by Baz Luhrmann – also opened with higher revenue than expected: reaching 51 million USD on June 24-26, thanks to the older audience group (nearly 30% of viewers in

Universal’s Minions: The Rise of Gru reached $129 million from July 1 to July 4, becoming one of the highest-grossing animated films of all time.

Hollywood studios release many movies that attract audiences, but executives are still worried about the void left when the summer `fever` passes.

The director of a Hollywood studio said on Hollywood Reporter: `On the outside, there are many positive signs about box office revival. Inside, we are still concerned because of the lack of new projects in the near future.`

Another director said that the box office is still in the process of recovering after the epidemic, not like before the epidemic.

The July market has many attractive movies such as Thor: Love and Thunder (July 8), Nope (July 22) and DC League of Super-Pets (July 29).

Movie trailer ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’

Trailer for the movie `Thor: Love and Thunder`.

Warner Bros’ superhero movie Black Adam and the romantic comedy project A Ticket to Paradise by Julia Roberts and George Clooney were released in the US on the same day, October 21.

Notable year-end release series include: Marvel’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (November 11), Strange World – Disney’s animated film (November 23), Avatar: The Way of Water (December 16)

Analysts expect the Thanksgiving and Christmas box office to continue growing as it has in recent weeks.

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