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What the Moviegoers Think

By Indiewire | Indiewire January 3, 2006 at 2:09AM

Chatting with moviegoers outside theaters in SoCal, the Los Angeles Times's John Horn and Scott Collins explore the film viewing habits of movie fans today. They write, "As the box office closed out 2005, moviegoing was down 7% with about 1.4 billion tickets sold for the year. While studio executives disagreed over why theater attendance declined (some blamed the movies themselves, others cited the allure of DVDs and video games, and several others said the 7% slide was statistically meaningless)..."
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Chatting with moviegoers outside theaters in SoCal, the Los Angeles Times's John Horn and Scott Collins explore the film viewing habits of movie fans today. They write, "As the box office closed out 2005, moviegoing was down 7% with about 1.4 billion tickets sold for the year. While studio executives disagreed over why theater attendance declined (some blamed the movies themselves, others cited the allure of DVDs and video games, and several others said the 7% slide was statistically meaningless)..."







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