How to find the most-watched UK movie this weekend: ‘Jaws’ hits UK box office
On Monday, the film “Jaws” is set to hit UK cinemas and international screens, taking home an astounding $150 million.
The $150m total will be the most ever earned for a horror film in the UK.
The UK has been hit by an outbreak of H1N1, and the film is one of the biggest hits in the country.
It is the latest movie to break the $100m mark, and it is likely to continue doing so.
Here are five reasons why the UK box-office is looking more and more like the US: 1.
UK cinema sales are up 5% compared to 2016 UK box offices.
UK cinemassages are down 4% compared the same time last year.
The US box-out is down 3% compared 2016 UK ones.
UK boxoffice is down 8% compared with 2016.
UK audiences are down 3%.
The UK cinema numbers are down compared to last year but still show a lot of growth.
There are now 8,848 cinemas in the U.K., up from 8,700 last year, and there are 7,624 screens in the US, up from 6,929 last year (and the number is expected to increase this year).
But the US box office numbers are also up.
There were 5,722 cinemas, up 2,064 from last year and 4,054 from 2016.
US boxoffice in the United States is up 11% compared in 2016 to the same point last year when it was down 12%.
It’s not just the UK where audiences are also seeing more films, it’s happening everywhere.
UK audience numbers are up 13% compared last year with 5.1 million screens.
The U.S. box office is up 20% compared this year with 2.6 million screens (which is still well above the 2 million average last year).
In fact, the UK is now the second most popular destination for films outside of the US.
According to BoxOfficeMojo, the number of screens in UK cinemases increased by 14% in 2017 to 8,957, and a further 22% in the past year.
That is an increase of 5.7% compared 2015 and 10.2% compared 2017.
UK film theatres are also growing fast.
The number of UK cinemascopes increased by 13% in 2016 and is expected this year to hit a record high of 14,093 screens (this year is expected as the first in the series of four films).
That is up 17% from last years figures.
And the number has grown by 5% in just one year.
The numbers are growing at an alarming rate.
“It’s a little bit like going to a party at the pub, where you’re going to have the people around you, but there’s nobody there to see you,” says Simon Hill, director of the CinemaScope, a UK consultancy, who has worked in the industry for 30 years.
“The people around me are all the people that have seen my films before, and I can see that there’s a lot more people watching them now.”
It is hard to overstate the impact of the recent H1Ns outbreak in the movie business.
“We were seeing so many films going out, so many people were seeing them, and we were not able to make them,” says Hill.
“That was the worst case scenario.
People were really looking forward to seeing them and really not seeing them.”
The numbers don’t just change when there are H1ns.
“In the US the numbers are way lower than they are in the States,” Hill says.
“They’re just as likely to go out and be in a movie as in the cinema.
There’s a very small window for that to happen, so that’s why the number going out has fallen.
In the UK, we’re seeing the opposite.
People are actually in cinemas for their whole movie and then they go home and they see the next movie.
“There’s a huge film market, there’s no film market and there’s not a huge movie theatre market. “
So the UK has a big market,” Hill adds.
“There’s a huge film market, there’s no film market and there’s not a huge movie theatre market.
The market in the Netherlands, France and Germany is much bigger than in the big markets like the UK.”
Hill says that while the UK market is “really hot” it has “not really changed” in the last two years, but that the UK film industry is starting to grow again.
Hill says the biggest difference between the UK and the US is that the US market has not yet taken off the H1s.
“When the H2N1s were in the market, the US film market was really strong,” he says.
The reason the US movie