Global box office revenue hit a new all-time high of $37.7 billion in 2015, a significant increase of 4.2% over 2014’s total of $36.2 billion. The increase was driven by admissions and box office growth in most countries, and would have been even higher had it not been for exchange rate fluctuations between the US dollar and South American countries and (to a lesser extent) between the Rouble and the Euro.
- Global box office surges to $37.7 billion in 2015, a new global record
- Cinema screens grew by 6.2% in 2015, with 90% of these being built in China
- Cinema admissions rose by 12.8% over 2014, with much of this growth coming from the Asia Pacific
- The international market accounts for 70.5% of all box office
In this report:
- Global box office
- Screens trend
Lists of tables and charts:
- Cinema Screens
- Cinema admissions
- Cinema Gross Box Office revenue in $m and in local currency
Number of Pages: 13
Number of Tables and Charts: 3
Director – Research and Analysis, Cinema & Home Entertainment
Mr. David Hancock is a director of Research and Analysis for Cinema & Home Entertainment at IHS Markit.
Associate Director/Principal Analyst, Cinema, OMDIA
Charlotte is an Associate Director at OMDIA, focusing on the global cinema business and an expert on digital and technology market trends.