RE: Up she goes whooooooooooooooooo27 Oct 2021 15:13
Just keep it coming BC2002, not that it would deter you in any case.
The saddest bit is that if you go to the cinema routinely as a billy no mates as you call them or only to u/l screenings at obscure and unattended times then you the beat of what is actually happening.
Look back in January for where the Cineworld group performance will be.
There are about 8 of those films listed for November and December that I will definitely be seeing and with enhanced family numbers for several and I can't make my mind up as to whether to see Last Night in Soho or the Harry Potter 20th Year Centenary film that hits cinemas this weekend.
Others to watch whilst the market works out that we are now generating money and our monthly cash burn should now be no longer.
Afternoon smalltrader, there are few mid to lesser films missing off your list to add to The Eternals, Ghostbusters AfterLife and House of Gucci for November. You also have cumulative audiences still carrying forward but at diminishing rates.
*King Richard - which stars Will Smith as the father of Venus and Sabrina Williams and charts their rise to fame as tennis stars. * Shepherd which was having it's trailer shown alongside Halloween Kills. (Horror gendre also and attracts a different crowd?) * CryMacho - Clint Eastwood film.
Mr Aron at AMC seems to be building up the hype towards the Eternals.
Hopefully some industry cross read as we are the No2 and not far behind them and always remember that we don't need to be back to 2019 numbers to making money. Back to that we are making good profits. BO numbers only relate to ticket sales and you have to add on all the other revenue streams on top. Concessionary spending, advertising revenues etc etc.
Those attending cinemas at popular times can readily see what is happening.
Got a cracking entry price on Darktrace at 672p and bouncing back nicely.
RE: Global Box Office Improvement27 Oct 2021 00:51
You come across as somewhat insecure to have just posted that. People on this bulletin board are all adult human beings and don't need to be told by you whether they need to read something or not. They can quite happily make their own minds up and read both articles for themselves if they wish. It isn't a competition.
October Box Office is down 4% against an average of the 3 pre-pandemic years is simply what the headline says.
That's encouraging for box office revenues and it is also encouraging for anyone in the studios making the decisions on the release of film content.
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Walshy if you want my honest on this, we fell from 66p off PlanB fears.
Infection rates though have fallen about 30% in the last 4 or 5 days and deaths have fallen off a cliff. Hospitalisations should follow the same trend in about a week to 10 days, if not before as they are the follow on from the infection rate.
Capitalistpig, its not shorters that are controlling this. It is the market makers. You only need to follow the small (uneconomic to do) trades
They are just regurgitating the same retail shares over and over again by frustrating PI's and moving the share price contrary to any good news. Some win, some lose and as its so deliberately unpredictable it's hard for any to be calling it right.
If you holding for the outcome of the court case and from a look back in January perspective then it doesn't really matter one way or the other.