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September 6, 1990 | Michelle Williams
Movie (National ranking) Weekend Gross Screens/Avg. Weeks (Studio) (National) (National) Released 1.Ghost (1) $154,548 14 / $11,039 8 (Paramount) ($9.9 million) (1,766 / $5,636) 2.Darkman (2) $99,401 11 / $9,036 2 (Universal) ($7.9 million) (1,833 / $4,330) 3.Flatliners (4) $85,048 13 / $6,542 4 (Columbia) ($5.2 million) (1,479 / $3,536) 4.Presumed Innocent (3) $76,181 9 / $8,464 6 (Warner Bros.) ($5.8 million) (1,355 / $4,319) 5.
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February 15, 1998 | Steve Hochman
How will we know when "Titanic" sails past "Star Wars" as the all-time box-office champ? John Krier will tell us. He's president of Exhibitor Relations Co., the nation's leading film business research firm. His seven-plus decades of experience (he is in his 80s) is relied on not just for movie grosses, but also for analyzing moviegoing trends that match films to screens and even assist in the design of multiplexes. UNSINKABLE: "There's nothing to knock 'Titanic' off at the moment.
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ENTERTAINMENT
March 30, 1988
Movie (Nat'l ranking) Wknd. gross Screens/Avg. Weeks (Studio) (National) (National) Released 1. Biloxi Blues(1) $118,925 13 / $9,148 -- (Universal) ($7.1 million) (1,239 / $5,725) 2. Johnny Be Good (2) $55,641 11 / $5,058 -- (Orion) ($5.2 million) (1,168 / $4,494) 3. Good Morning, Vietnam (5) $47,518 11 / $4,320 13 (Touchstone/Disney) ($3.3 million) (1,486 / $2,236) 4. A New Life (7) $41,291 7 / $5,899 -- (Paramount) ($2.5 million) (796 / $3,147) 5. D.O.A.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 10, 1996 | CLAUDIA PUIG
Despite some bad weather across the country, the nation's box office was up 11% over the corresponding weekend last year, pushing the year's tally to 9% ahead of 1995, according to Exhibitor Relations. *--* Weekend Gross/ Screens/ Weeks in Movie (Studio) Total (millions) Average Release 1. "101 Dalmatians" $13.9 2,812 2 (Walt Disney) $63.7 $4,959 2. "Daylight" $10.1 2,175 1 (Universal) $10.1 $4,605 3. "Star Trek: First Contact" $6.6 2,812 3 (Paramount) $71.1 $2,351 4. "Jingle All the Way" $5.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 10, 1996 | CLAUDIA PUIG
Despite some bad weather across the country, the nation's box office was up 11% over the corresponding weekend last year, pushing the year's tally to 9% ahead of 1995, according to Exhibitor Relations. *--* Weekend Gross/ Screens/ Weeks in Movie (Studio) Total (millions) Average Release 1. "101 Dalmatians" $13.9 2,812 2 (Walt Disney) $63.7 $4,959 2. "Daylight" $10.1 2,175 1 (Universal) $10.1 $4,605 3. "Star Trek: First Contact" $6.6 2,812 3 (Paramount) $71.1 $2,351 4. "Jingle All the Way" $5.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 15, 1998 | Steve Hochman
How will we know when "Titanic" sails past "Star Wars" as the all-time box-office champ? John Krier will tell us. He's president of Exhibitor Relations Co., the nation's leading film business research firm. His seven-plus decades of experience (he is in his 80s) is relied on not just for movie grosses, but also for analyzing moviegoing trends that match films to screens and even assist in the design of multiplexes. UNSINKABLE: "There's nothing to knock 'Titanic' off at the moment.
BUSINESS
December 1, 2006 | Josh Friedman
Paul Dergarabedian, one of Hollywood's best-known box-office analysts, is launching his own movie-tracking and analysis firm, Media by Numbers. The company will initially focus on monitoring and analyzing box-office trends. Dergarabedian most recently was president of Encino-based Exhibitor Relations Co., where he worked for 14 years.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 4, 1990 | David Sweet
1. E.T./1982/$399.8 million 2. Return of the Jedi/1983/$263 3. Batman/1989/$251.2 million 4. Raiders of the Lost Ark/1981/$242.4 million 5. The Empire Strikes Back/1980/$223 million 6. Ghostbusters/1984/$220.9 million 7. Back to the Future/1985/$208 million 8. Indiana Jones & the Last Crusade/1989/$197.2 million 9. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom/1984/$180 million 10. Top Gun/1986/$176.8 million SOURCE: Exhibitor Relations Co.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 17, 1988 | JOHN VOLAND, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
In case you missed the opening weekend box office for films other than "The Last Temptation of Christ" amid all the hubbub, here they are, courtesy of Exhibitor Relations Co.: "Tucker," from Paramount, did $3.7 million on 720 screens, good for a strong $5,152 per-screen average. Warner Brothers' "Clean and Sober" collected $2.2 million at 675 theaters, for an OK $3,267 average. And Orion's kid-sci-fi picture "Mac and Me" pulled in $2.1 million at 1,314 screens, scoring a $1,568 average.
NEWS
September 6, 1990 | Michelle Williams
Movie (National ranking) Weekend Gross Screens/Avg. Weeks (Studio) (National) (National) Released 1.Ghost (1) $154,548 14 / $11,039 8 (Paramount) ($9.9 million) (1,766 / $5,636) 2.Darkman (2) $99,401 11 / $9,036 2 (Universal) ($7.9 million) (1,833 / $4,330) 3.Flatliners (4) $85,048 13 / $6,542 4 (Columbia) ($5.2 million) (1,479 / $3,536) 4.Presumed Innocent (3) $76,181 9 / $8,464 6 (Warner Bros.) ($5.8 million) (1,355 / $4,319) 5.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 30, 1988
Movie (Nat'l ranking) Wknd. gross Screens/Avg. Weeks (Studio) (National) (National) Released 1. Biloxi Blues(1) $118,925 13 / $9,148 -- (Universal) ($7.1 million) (1,239 / $5,725) 2. Johnny Be Good (2) $55,641 11 / $5,058 -- (Orion) ($5.2 million) (1,168 / $4,494) 3. Good Morning, Vietnam (5) $47,518 11 / $4,320 13 (Touchstone/Disney) ($3.3 million) (1,486 / $2,236) 4. A New Life (7) $41,291 7 / $5,899 -- (Paramount) ($2.5 million) (796 / $3,147) 5. D.O.A.
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