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I have worked in the film distribution industry for the past 15 years and handle box office numbers on a daily basis. There are companies that track the box office ticket sales by cinema, on behalf of the distributors (studios and independents). The market leader right now is Rentrak (http://www.rentrak.com/) which serves the majority of the markets around ...


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It seems likely that they will be made available for binge watching. I'm basing this on a quote from Marvel Entertainment's Chief Creative Officer, Joe Quesada, who stated: "One of the advantages is really from the planning stage -- obviously it's much easier to work with a smaller number of episodes than it is with a larger number of episodes. We ...


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TL; DR: The numbers are made public because they are public - they're available to anyone who is willing to pay a commercial fee. There are plenty of reasons why people want to know this, such as for marketing purposes and knowing what films to broadcast and when. Long Answer: For a start, your question seems to be making an inaccurate assumption. You ...


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Well one clear reason for box-office numbers public, is marketing. good numbers help a lot in building the brand name of production studios. If one movie from a particular studio makes huge profits, the trailer for their next movie will open with the lines "from the creators of ......." or "from the studio which brought you .....". Any movie's success is ...


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Whilst the creators of the show may have intended differently, Emily Brett-Richards commented: “I think I was very lucky. Felicity came in at a point where the show needed that sort of light and that sort of chemistry, so I was lucky to be able to pick that up, fit that role, and fit with the show. As time goes on, I've heard many stories, but as ...



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