"There were indeed a lot of sequels this summer, and other than Finding Dory and Captain America: Civil War—as much as a sequel to last summer’s Avengers: Age of Ultron as it was 2014’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier—few of them did better than their predecessors.
So where does that leave us? Will there be less sequels? No. Will there be less superhero movies as moviegoers start getting more selective about them? We already know that won’t be the case. Will there be less remakes? Probably not. As of now, summer 2016 is ending with the box office for the year being at an all-time high with a good chunk of that money being made by Walt Disney Pictures. Because of this, you can expect it to be business as usual next summer until someone figures out the yet-to-be-discovered secret formula on how to satisfy every single moviegoer on a weekly basis."
Tuesday, August 30, 2016
Summer Box Office 2016 Scorecard: What Worked, What Didn't,
Summer Box Office 2016 Scorecard: What Worked, What Didn't