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Box Office: Hollywood Suffers Worst March Downturn in Recent Memory

The month's last hope at the U.S. box office is Steven Spielberg's 'Ready Player One,' which opens Thursday, the eve of Easter weekend.
With less than a week to go, Hollywood's major March releases have failed to bloom at the North American box office, triggering the worst year-over-year decline for the month in recent memory.

March revenue through Sunday was an estimated $722.5 million, a 28 percent decline from the same time period last year ($997.3 million), according to comScore.

The last hope for redemption is Steven Spielberg's pricey Ready Player One, which Warner Bros. and Amblin Entertainment open in theaters Thursday, the eve of Easter weekend.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A 28 % decline in revenue in Hollywood. Remaking movies that we watched back in the 80's. Writers block? Ya......, big time. I hear that they are remaking Moby Dick. In this version Ahab and the whale become very good friends. The last scene has Moby Dick giving Ahab a ride on his back; waving at the audience.

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What makes it all the more sorrowful

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(*Is Our Economy Is Thriving , Everybody got a Tax Break .
But May~be; who wants to sit in a dark cinema in the same moment Trump does something else ?
With this President American's are beginning to understand 'If You Miss A Little , You Miss A Lot' ! )

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