The Death of Movie Theaters? Not So Fast

“I don’t think it’s doom and gloom by any stretch of the imagination,” Bruce Nash, founder of box office and Hollywood data website The Numbers, tells TheWrap

Reports of the movie theater’s demise seem to have been greatly exaggerated.

Hollywood has bemoaned the death of movie theaters for the better part of a decade — perhaps longer. But the nation’s most prominent film exhibitors, which recently reported quarterly earnings, tell a different story: The theater business is not only healthy, but possibly thriving.

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Trey Williams

Trey Williams

Film Reporter covering the biz • trey.williams@thewrap.com • Twitter: @trey3williams