Yuletide: Nigerians Spent N359 Million In Cinemas Between December 21st and 27th.









Motion picture darlings crosswise over Nigeria spent a sum of N359 million in films between December 21 and 27. This is as per information given by the Cinema Exhibitors Association of Nigeria and investigated Friday by TheCable. 

The five most noteworthy earning motion pictures in the films amid the period were Aquaman, Chief Daddy, Bumblebee, Animated Spider - Man and God Calling. 

Aquaman netted N168,434,137 while Chief Daddy earned N101,979,343. Lord of Boys, Lionheart, Mary Poppins Returns, Mortal Engines and Grinch made up the other portion of the best 10. 

Films the nation over recorded N166,996,007 between December 28 and 30. The five most elevated netting motion pictures were Aquaman, Chief Daddy, Up North, Bumblebee and Lionheart amid this period. 

A sum of N682.2 million was spent in films between December 14 and December 30 on motion pictures alone, excluding cash spent on beverages and popcorn. 

As of November 15, Merry Men, a motion picture created by Ayo Makun prominently known as AY, was positioned the most astounding earning film with an aggregate salary of N230m. 

As indicated by Moses Babatope, the Group Executive Director, Filmhouse Cinemas, King of Boys has represented 45 percent of the piece of the pie since it opened while very nearly 50 percent of Ghost and the Tout profit originated from south - west, Nigeria.




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