Cinema 2019 – Who Had a Good Year And Who Didn’t?

Before 2019 vanishes in the rearview mirror, let’s take a last look at who was king and queen of the multiplex over the past 12 months, as well as who ended up in the bin with the popcorn sweepings. Remember,…

Regal Makes Plans For An Unlimited Future

Earlier this week Regal Cinemas “officially” launched their all-you-can watch moviegoing subscription and we now have actual details to review (as we will below). The reason for the quotation marks around the word – officially – is because it was…

Popcorn: Cinema’s Surprisingly Cheap Snack?

Popcorn: almost as synonymous with cinema as watching the actual film itself, not least because of the sensory ambience created by the freshly popped smell. But popcorn as a cinema snack has a reputation for being pricey and at GBP…

CJ + Smart Pricer: 5 Ways to Optimize Your Cinema Ticket Pricing

After numerous cinema industry consulting projects, Smart Pricer has created extensive benchmark analysis on worldwide cinema ticket pricing. Celluloid Junkie has partnered with Smart Pricer to share and highlight some of the insights they have gained.  We will begin with…

Cinema News Digest – Monday 16 April 2018

Dear Junkies, No time for introductory words of wisdom as we prepare for CinemaCon. Hope to see you in Las Vegas next week. Drop us a line (tips[at]celluloidjunkie.com) to arrange a meeting or just have a chat over coffee (or…

Cinema News Digest – Thursday 5 April 2018

Dear Junkies, Seriously – did someone decree that 5 April should officially be “Everything Newsworthy in Cinema Happening At Once Day?” Because if so, then we didn’t get the memo. But we got the press releases – all of them!…

Cinema News Digest – Tuesday 20 March 2018

C&E Europe under-screened; Cineworld year-end results; Everyman profits triple; Curzon find Living Wage pays; Springtime for Cinema in France; NCM shares “undervalued” & Teperberg joins board; camcording piracy declines (except Russia); cinema returns to Ivory Coast; man suffers serious injury…

UK & IE Cinema Property Update – Wednesday 28 February 2018

Cineworld: Dolphin Sqare and Dover open, Merseyside July/Aug, York in 2019, Hounslow in 2020; Curzon: Goldsmith College single-screen open but no interest in Wilmslow Rex; Empire: Imax confirmed for Seaway and seats delayed opening of Sutton; Everyman: brings cinema to…

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