AMC Entertainment sets another record for the weekend

(ABM FN) AMC Entertainment set new records this weekend. This American film giant announced in a press release.

It sets records in terms of sales volume, selling snacks and the number of visitors.

So AMC says it had the best weekend since movie theaters reopened after the coronavirus pandemic.

Last weekend, “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” grossed $90 million in its opening weekend in the United States.

The James Bond movie, NO TIME TO DIE, also set new records. For example, UK ticket revenue has been the highest for a Bond film since the release of the series about a British secret agent in 1962.

AMC received 3.9 million visitors last weekend.

There’s No Time to Die will also be shown in the US starting this week. Venom: Let there be a massacre that will strike Europe on October 15th.

Pron: ABM Financial News

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