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Re: Hannah Montana 03 Feb 2008 06:27 #17544

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Was a success for us. Our busiest locations two day gross was over $80,000. Hoping there is more product like this on the horizon.

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Re: Hannah Montana 03 Feb 2008 10:56 #17545

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sat numbers down in sc were 12,000 to 25,000 per screen..........
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Re: Hannah Montana 04 Feb 2008 07:33 #17546

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Why couldn't this be done on DVD with traditional 3D glasses?

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Re: Hannah Montana 04 Feb 2008 16:55 #17547

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I love to play with numbers. . . .

The national estimate for Miley Cyrus for this weekend was 29 Million. At a minimum ticket price of $15.00 (for all shows and all seats regardless of age) this would translate into approximately 1,933,333 tickets sold. (29 Million divided by $15.00).[And I do understand that some venues were getting as much as $18.00 per seat for some shows.]

The average national first run ticket price in the USA today is approximately $6.70. So multiplying 1,933,333 by 6.70 would give you approximately 12.95 for Miley Cyrus the weekend as a comparative figure.

In other words, on a comparative scale basis, Jessica Alba at 13 Million did better than Miley Cyrus.

Proving once again that you can make manipulate data anyway that you want or need to!

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Re: Hannah Montana 04 Feb 2008 19:11 #17548

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The real deal about this film is what it means for the future: Opera and Hannah are the tip of the ice berg of broadcast content for theatres.

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Re: Hannah Montana 04 Feb 2008 19:44 #17549

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Those who think the bsns is dying only need to look at HANNAH to see what new tech can do for us!
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Re: Hannah Montana 04 Feb 2008 19:50 #17550

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How long do you think it will take before things like Led Zepplin reunion goes out to theatres worldwide? I think we'll see an avalanche of stuff soon enough.

I am planning on seeing the U2 IMAX 3-D just to see what it's like.

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Re: Hannah Montana 04 Feb 2008 21:20 #17551

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Not to nitpick your logic, moviebuf, but here goes: Hannah Montana ended up with $31 million for the weekend, and it played officially at only 683 locations - though the local multiplex near me played it on several screens, as I'm sure many did. That 683 locations is about 1/4 the number of places showing the Jessica Alba pic. And $15-18 a ticket is just a little more than double the average first run, but it's still an extremely strong showing. On par with a film that at normal ticket price, opening at 3000 theatres, would gross $45-55 million. Not too shabby. I see now they are going to hold it over - like anyone believed it was just one week?
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Re: Hannah Montana 04 Feb 2008 22:53 #17552

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One week that was funny!
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Re: Hannah Montana 05 Feb 2008 08:07 #17553

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Hey, Mike...

I saw U2:3D in IMAX a couple of weeks ago. Other than the theatre being timid about playing it LOUD, it was terrific. Great music, excellent 3D effects. Shelled out $13 a seat for a matinee, and it was still worth it.

I still don't think the Digital 3D is as sharp as 70mm IMAX 3D, but hopefully the technology will improve.

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Re: Hannah Montana 05 Feb 2008 11:37 #17554

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What I like about Hannah-Metro Opera-U2 is that when digital salesmen kept saying "alternative content" I kept thinking "yeah, right." but I'm seeing the potential. What I particularly like about the live events is there is no expectation to play it for 2-4 weeks minimum and keep the screen clean, etc. It is also a completely different demographic that may never go to a movie theatre otherwise. My belief has always been: if it puts people in the seats: I am interested.

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