I do wanna see Sweeny Todd.
Marcus Theaters is USA's 9th largest with 47 theaters and 507 screens. Their theaters are in the Mid-West area. So its not much of an impact for them. If they had lost the contract with Regal (largest theater group with 526 theaters and 6,355 screens) or AMC (2nd largest with 304 theaters and 4,437 screens) then they would be screwed.
So its a decent sized chain if you live in its area, but its not big enough to hurt its Todd's Box office standing.
*looks at Meh's math* What have I been telling y'all? Most of the time a theater makes barely $1 from each ticket sold and all its money comes from the concession stand. If studios owned theaters those prices might go down, but due to the Paramount Decision (a law that prohibits studios from owning their own theaters) they cannot. So if theaters are to survive, concession prices gotta be the way they are.
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