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Frequent filmgoers—those who go once a month or more—have dwindled, from 28% of North Americans in 2002 to 11% in 2016, according to the Motion Picture Association of America.
But the rest of Hollywood will need to come up with some original ideas to keep filmgoers flocking in.
Seeing a young Asian woman and a black man on a mission to save the galaxy is very much a part of what Star Wars can offer a new generation of filmgoers.
For one thing, Pixar and Disney Animation might be creative as well as corporate cousins, but many filmgoers view them differently, judging Pixar to generally offer more emotionally complex work.
There has been no shortage of X-Men movies since filmgoers were first introduced to Professor X and company in 2000.
Hidden Figures is getting a picture book The story of the mathematics and engineering badasses who delighted filmgoers in the 2016 Oscar nominated hit, Hidden Figures, will be adapted into a picture book aimed at 4- to 8-year-olds.
The creators of these kid-centric adventures are re-living the heyday of Steven Spielberg's Amblin production company, and a time when rookie filmgoers begged their parents to see Flight of the Navigator and The Last Starfighter.
Many Western filmgoers are probably unfamiliar with the Gwangju Uprising, a cataclysmic event in South Korea’s struggle for democracy.
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