box office


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box office

A room or booth with one or more windows facing a theater lobby or public area; used for sale of tickets.
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The historic comedy entertainer received mixed reviews from critics, but the film has managed to perform decently at the box office.
Proving he's a king of comedy, Kevin Hart scored an urban-targeted success at the domestic box office with his latest standup concert doc.
His star power was the magnet that drew Canadian studio Lions Gate and 2929 Entertainment, a media company that makes low-budget movies founded by billionaires Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban, to develop the film, which grossed $19 million in box office and DVD sales.
Still the two English--Canadian heavyweights going head-to-head at the box office with their most commercial films to date--and both with substantial production budgets--is a contest worth watching for any true Canadian cineaphile.
One of the top movies now available on Sky Box Office is the spooky Nicole Kidman film The Others.
Today foreign box office makes up almost half of the total theater revenue of the major studios.
Armed with positive reviews, "Thegidi" might perform better at the box office in the coming days.
Squire (Fireside/Simon & Schuster, $15), virtually every deal between a distributor and exhibitor is a 90-10 deal--the distribution company receives 90% of the box office gross after the exhibitor deducts an "approved house allowance" for expenses.