AMC says weekend set post-opening records for global attendance

Published Oct 04 2021 at 12:38 PM GMT
  • AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc said the weekend set new post-opening records for global attendance, admission revenue and food and beverage sales, thanks to strong performances by "Venom: Let There Be Carnage" in the US and James Bond's 'No Time to Die" internationally.
  • The company said the former garnered $90 million in domestic revenues, making it the second-biggest opening of an October movie ever.
  • The 25th James Bond film raked up $119 million in overseas box office receipts.
  • Overall, AMC saw more than 24 million people visit its US theater locations over the weekend, while an additional 14 million went to its theaters overseas.
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  • Published Oct 4, 2021 12:38 PM GMT