LEAWOOD, Kan.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--AMC Theatres® (NYSE:AMC & APE), the largest theatrical exhibitor in the United States and the world, today announced it achieved its highest single-week admissions revenue in the Company’s entire 103-year history, during the Friday-Thursday film week, July 21-July 27. It was an admissions-revenue record for AMC’s U.S. locations, as well as for all its theatres globally.
AMC’s single-week admissions revenue record was driven primarily by the opening performances of BARBIE and OPPENHEIMER, which continued with their strong moviegoer demand throughout their first full week of release. Last weekend, July 20-23, was AMC’s busiest weekend since reopening theatres after their pandemic closures in 2020. Admissions revenues for the full week were not only the best since reopening, they also were the highest recorded admissions revenue for AMC in 103 years.
The momentum for both movies stayed strong in their second weekend. During this past weekend, July 27-30, BARBIE and OPPENHIEMER, along with the opening of HAUNTED MANSION and the continued success of MISSION IMPOSSIBLE - DEAD RECKONING PART ONE and SOUND OF FREEDOM gave AMC its third busiest weekend globally since theatres reopened from their pandemic closures in 2020. Admissions revenue was considerably more than double the admissions revenue for the same weekend last year.
As part of AMC’s single-week admissions revenue record, 65 U.S. AMC locations set their own new single-week box office records. This includes 13 AMC locations in the greater Los Angeles market. Below is a full list of locations that set their single-week box office records.
Regarding the record-setting week, AMC Chairman and CEO, Adam Aron commented: “The monumental success of BARBIE and OPPENHEIMER has the entire movie and movie theatre industry abuzz, with discussions of new records and new benchmarks being realized seemingly wherever you turn. These two movies, along with the many others playing on our huge silver screens, continue to rewrite what is possible at the box office. At AMC, we are thrilled to add our own new all-time records into that conversation. Achieving the most admissions revenue in a single week in AMC’s storied 103-year history is a testament to the moviegoing audience, who has demonstrated once again that they are ready, willing, and eager to come out to movie theatres in huge numbers. Thank you to our guests for choosing AMC Theatres in the U.S. and ODEON Cinemas abroad.”
Aron continued, “Our appreciation extends to so many of our friends in Hollywood for releasing all the many hit movies that have graced our theatres, especially over the past few months. The gratitude we feel for studios, film makers, cast and crew is heartfelt and genuine. Their creativity and determination to entertain, enlighten, inform and amuse audiences, combined with our industry’s commitment to operate first class theatres, is why in our opinion moviegoing, in theatres, will play a central role in the cultural fabric the world over for decades and decades to come.”
AMC locations in the U.S. that set an all-time single-week box office record, July 21-27:
|Atlanta||AMC DINE-IN Marina 6||Philadelphia|
|AMC Avenue Forsyth 12||AMC Marina Pacifica 12||AMC DINE-IN Berkshire 8|
|AMC Madison Yards 8||AMC DINE-IN Montclair Place 12||AMC DINE-IN Fashion District 8|
|Austin||AMC Northridge 10||AMC MarketFair 10|
|AMC Barton Creek 14||AMC Porter Ranch 9||AMC Woodhaven 10|
|AMC DINE-IN Tech Ridge 10||AMC Santa Monica||Providence, RI|
|Boston||AMC Temecula 10||AMC Dartmouth Mall 11|
|AMC Boston Common 19||AMC DINE-IN Topanga 12||Raleigh, NC|
|Charlotte||AMC Woodbridge 5||AMC DINE-IN Holly Springs 9|
|AMC Park Terrace 6||Las Vegas||AMC Southpoint 17|
|Chicago||AMC TownSquare 18||San Diego|
|AMC DINE-IN Block 37||Minneapolis||AMC Chula Vista 10|
|AMC NEWCITY 14||AMC Rosedale 14||AMC Mission Valley 20|
|AMC Norridge 6||Morgantown, WV||San Francisco|
|Dallas/Ft. Worth||AMC Morgantown 12||AMC Kabuki 8|
|AMC DINE-IN Clearfork 8||Nashville||AMC DINE-IN Sunnyvale 12|
|AMC Village on the Parkway 9||AMC Stones River 9||Seattle|
|Denver||AMC DINE-IN Thoroughbred 20||AMC Oaktree 6|
|AMC 9 + CO 10||NYC/NJ||Springfield, MO|
|Ft. Smith, AR||AMC Bay Terrace 6||AMC Springfield 11|
|AMC Fiesta Square 12||AMC Brick Plaza 10||Tampa|
|Greensboro, NC||AMC DINE-IN Essex Green 9||AMC Riverview 14|
|AMC High Point 8||AMC DINE-IN Huntington Square 12||AMC Westshore Plaza 14|
|Houston||AMC Newport Centre 11||Tyler, TX|
|AMC Houston 8||AMC Ridgefield Park 12||AMC Longview 10|
|AMC Katy Mills 20||AMC DINE-IN Shops at Riverside 9||Washington D.C.|
|AMC Metropark Square 10||AMC SoNo 8||AMC Georgetown 14|
|Los Angeles||AMC DINE-IN Staten Island Mall||AMC Shirlington 7|
|AMC Americana at Brand 18||Oklahoma City||Wichita, KS|
|AMC Burbank 16||AMC Robinson Crossing 6||AMC Northrock 14|
|AMC Century City 15||AMC Stillwater 10|
|AMC The Grove 14|
About AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc.
AMC is the largest movie exhibition company in the United States, the largest in Europe and the largest throughout the world with approximately 950 theatres and 10,500 screens across the globe. AMC has propelled innovation in the exhibition industry by: deploying its Signature power-recliner seats; delivering enhanced food and beverage choices; generating greater guest engagement through its loyalty and subscription programs, web site and mobile apps; offering premium large format experiences and playing a wide variety of content including the latest Hollywood releases and independent programming. For more information, visit www.amctheatres.com.