III No. 6
publication of the National Association of Theatre Owners
in In Focus
the Presidents Desk
NATO president John Fithian examines different
to on-screen advertising.
Regal plans 110 new screens; Century plans 45; Landmark and
Douglas plan 14 each; and Loews hits the road.
Landmark will exhibit independent cinema without celluloid;
AMC vet Doeren now manages Kodak’s d-cinema division.
Sequels to “Bad Boys,” “The
Exorcist,” “Tomb Raider,” “Legally
Blonde,” “Spy Kids,” “Terminator” and
more! Also, Late
Additions to June.
Warner Bros. exits the U.K. and Portugal
markets; easyCinema begins selling movie tickets for as little
as 35 cents.
“The Matrix Reloaded” turns
out to be a money machine; we look at what lies ahead for components
of its cast.
Built By Association
Mid-States NATO exec Belinda Judson offers advice now that
municipal ticket tax proposals are on the rise.
brewing in Washington is expected
to reduce health insurance rates; ADA
rulings continue to cause confusion.
National Amusements vet James Murray talks
judo, “JAG,” Spielberg, “Spider-Man” and
an overabundance of e-mail.
New NATO Members
Cinema owners who joined up.
ordered by date of bow. Updated
of industry happenings.
are classified as they are.
by gross. Updated
A list of advertisers in this month's print edition of In
“Charlies Angels” director McG
looks to duplicate his first film’s success with a full-throttle
sequel. Want The Full McG? Read the uncut