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Estimates for The Dark Knight Rises keep getting pushed higher by both Wall Street analysts and...

Estimates for The Dark Knight Rises keep getting pushed higher by both Wall Street analysts and industry watchers. While IMAX and Time Warner (TWX +0.5%) are the two obvious beneficiaries, theater operators such as CNK, CKEC, RGC, and MCS may also see strong results this summer as hot weather outside helps keep box office sales inside churning.
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  • Andrew Shapiro
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    It is so frustrating that Reading Int'l (RDI) does not get listed by Seeking Alpha editors writing this column whose list of theater operators includes Marcus Corp. (http://bit.ly/NvI2xc), (also a real estate player like RDI.) In addition to being one of the few US public companies in theater exhibition space, it is not only the 11th largest exhibitor in the US but also 3rd in New Zealand and 4th largest in Australia. You think the Aussies and Kiwis are also going to pour into the theaters for Black Knight?

     

    Come on SA. Raise your game! Read my articles on Reading and its outperforming theater operations at http://bit.ly/xhUDRE RDI is worthy of inclusion on any list that contains MCS
    17 Jul 2012, 01:44 PM Reply Like
  • SoldHigh
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    The Dark Knight Rises will be the movie of the year
    17 Jul 2012, 01:52 PM Reply Like
  • Andrew Shapiro
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    then it will drive attendance and popcorn and soda sales as well!
    17 Jul 2012, 02:43 PM Reply Like
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