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  1. Reinventing Retail: Community, Lifestyle and Entertainment Cinema Paradiso? March 1, 2004 3:30pm Urban Land Institute

  2. Motion Picture Exhibitors in Attendance Exhibitor Screens Theaters Scr/Theater Regal Entertainment Group (REG) 6,124 563 10.9AMC Entertainment Inc. (AMC) 3,280 225 14.6Century Theatres 2,227 192 11.6 Loews Cineplex 2,143 223 9.6Muvico Theaters, Inc. 233 12 19.4 Landmark Theatres 177 53 3.4 Source: National Association of Theater Owners (NATO) as of June 1, 2003

  3. The U.S. Film Exhibition Industry • YearScreensChangeUS Population* Population- • per-screen • 1970 13,750 - 203,302,031 14,786 • 1980 17,675 29% 226,545,805 12,817 • 1990 23,814 35% 266,278,000 11,182 • 2000 36,264 52% 282,177,754 7,781 • 35,153 -3% 285,093,813 8,110 • 35,804 2% 287,973,924 8,043 • * U.S. Census actuals and estimates Source: National Association of Theater Owners (NATO)

  4. …between 2000-2003 The U.S. Film Exhibition Industry By state Over 800 screens have reopened during the past four years Source: ACNielsen/EDI database extractions.

  5. The U.S. Film Exhibition Industry Source: Motion Picture Association of America * Total number of theatre sites (6,050) differs from NATO figures (6,112).

  6. The U.S. Film Exhibition Industry 1990’s through today - Theatrical Exhibition is the Launch Vehicle for Film Entertainment, Hollywood’s Marketing Vehicle! The value of a Film is usually determined by it’s performance at domestic (U.S.) Box Office.

  7. The U.S. Film Exhibition Industry Number of Movies Released by U.S. Distributors 1940 - 475 1985 - 470 1950 - 473 1990 - 410 1955 - 319 1995 - 370 1960 - 248 2000 - 478 1970 - 306 2001 - 482 1980 - 235 2002 - 467 Yearly Average Number of Movies Released by Decade 40’s 50’s 60’s 70’s 80’s 90’s 00’s 446 373 250 248 438 463 476 Source: National Association of Theater Owners (NATO)

  8. The U.S. Film Exhibition Industry Admissions (in billions) • 1980 1.022 • 1990 1.189 • 1991 1.141 • 1992 1.173 • 1993 1.244 • 1993 1.292 • 1.263 1996 1.339 1997 1.388 1998 1.481 1999 1.465 2000 1.421 2001 1.487 2002 1.639 Source: National Association of Theater Owners (NATO)

  9. Movie Admissions by Age Group The U.S. Film Exhibition Industry Source: National Association of Theater Owners (NATO)

  10. The U.S. Film Exhibition Industry Source: National Association of Theater Owners (NATO)

  11. The U.S. Film Exhibition Industry Source: National Association of Theater Owners (NATO)

  12. The U.S. Film Exhibition Industry Movie Admissions by Gender Source: National Association of Theater Owners (NATO)

  13. Reinventing Retail: Community, Lifestyle and Entertainment Questions and Discussion Urban Land Institute