Star Wars and Beauty and the Beast set record highs for British cinema earnings
Star Wars: The Last Jedi and The Beast and the Beast have set record highs for British cinema earnings last year.
In the United Kingdom and Ireland, record-breaking cinemas have been recorded for the third year since last year’s revenue again exceeded. In 2017, motion-makers spent 3.6 percent more on movies than in 2016, so revenue reached 1.38 billion pounds.
The list of the highest-earning movies was made by Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and the British and Irish viewers bought a new Star Wars episode for more than £ 73 million. The beauty of the monster and the monster was $ 72.4 million for the audience.
The most popular British film, Christopher Nolan Dunkirk, draws the second world war with 56.6 million tickets.
In the list of the most-sought-after films, Gru 3 and Galaxy Guardians 2 were among the top five with over 40 million pounds. The other big British public singer, Paddington 2, was looking for 39.3 million pounds (13.7 billion forints) in theaters.
According to the BBC News report, around 170 million movie tickets were sold last year in Great Britain and Ireland, with an average price of 8 pounds.