- n. Plural form of box-office.
“The increased revenue which would be paid into theater box-offices would, at present prices, amount to nearly $500,000,000 annually.”
“After dozens of epic box-offices failures, you'd think the studio would've gone under by now.”
“On every side luxurious theatres reared their stately facades, box-offices open for business invited all to enter, obstreperous ticket speculators jostled passersby in their eagerness to sell their seats.”
“United States should ought to be going around looking as sore as fellers that sell tickets in theater box-offices, and when any one asks 'em why, they should say: 'Ain't it just my luck!”
“One of the more surprising box-offices success of the year in America, we're told, is”
“Author J.K Rowling's Harry Potter book series have sold some 450 million copies worldwide and the eight movies from the Warner Bros studios have taken more than $7.7 billion at global box-offices, making Harry Potter the largest-grossing film franchise in history.”
“Author J.K. Rowling's "Harry Potter" book series have sold some 450 million copies worldwide and the eight movies from the Warner Bros. studios have taken more than $7.7 billion at global box-offices, making the films the largest-grossing franchise in history.”
“It was already the biggest ever hit at the US and global box-offices (beating Titanic in both cases), so”
“MI6 tracks the success of Quantum of Solace at box-offices around the world ...”
“The Hurt Locker, about soldiers who defuse bombs, is among the best reviewed movies of 2009 and has generated $16m at global box-offices, which is a good sum for a low-budget, art house film.”
‘box-offices’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for box-offices.