The box office returns of films like The Imitation Game and The Big Sick are an indication of how the industry is changing and the box office is an indicator of how much audiences have grown accustomed to the big screen.
In the United States, there was a similar trend to the box-office trend of films with wide releases, which was a big change for a number of years, said Shailesh Raj, a professor of the business of media at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
The big box office, in which moviegoers get to see the movies they want and expect to see them, is the one thing that is changing for the better.
The box office and box office attendance trends are different from each other.
It is the latter that has been on the rise, especially in recent years, he said.
Raj said the big box-release trend is still in its early stages.
He added that he doesn’t think that the movie industry will be in a position to make movies as big as The Imitations Game and the Big Sick, but that it will be able to create something.
The Big Sick was released in January 2017 and had a global box-score of $2.5 billion.
The film’s opening weekend took in $10.5 million in the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates and Canada.
The film earned $40 million in China.
The movie grossed $1.4 million in South Korea, the country’s second-biggest market after the United states.
It is not the first film to see a surge in box office after its release.
Last year, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast opened to $85.2 million in North America, a record.