Full article: http://www.boxoffice...s-for-430-or-51
If you can believe it, we're one-third of the way through 2013's release calendar. Unfortunately, after a sluggish first quarter, April didn't do much to change the status quo. But, following our analysis, there's good news on the horizon.
When Tuesday's final numbers are in, we're projecting a $630 million cume for the summer's lead-in month. That's a 12.7 percent decline from April 2012 when hits like The Hunger Games (a March release) and Think Like a Man led a $721.95 million month--itself a disappointment at the time thanks to soft performances from Titanic 3D,Wrath of the Titans, and American Reunion.
2013's story didn't change much after the top spot.
Edited by ShawnMR, 01 May 2013 - 10:18 AM.