For an industry that was already suffering from unfavourable market and regulatory forces, the crisis has wiped out the most profitable box office season of the year.
‘The Turning’, ‘The Grudge’ among other new openers.
Seven major blockbusters were set for release during the holiday.
The action threequel opened to £3.8m across the weekend.
Little Women climbs to $129m worldwide.
Also opening: ‘Just Mercy’, ‘Waves’, ‘A Hidden Life’.
Admissions recovered from a slow start last year, although revenue fell, a trend which may continue into 2020 with less surefire hits due for release.
Sci-fi becomes fifth in franchise to cross milestone.
Monos first non-comedy to lead local-language chart in 10 years.
Multiple Oscar nominee’s international running total crosses $33m.
‘Little Women’ overtakes ‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’ for second spot.
‘Little Women’ crosses $100m at global box office, ‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’ on cusp of $1bn
1917 storms to $56.4m worldwide, $9.5m in UK; Dolittle opens in South Korea on $6.8m.
North America generated $11.4bn for second highest year behind 2018.
Other new titles include ‘Seberg’ and ‘Uncut Gems’.