*Feeling bored? BLS says we spent 7% less on entertainment in 2010 vs. 2009. Source
*As of 2011: Highest grossing movie ever in the United States when adjusted for inflation: Gone With The Wind at $1,604,234,330 Source
*Biggest opening weekend record for all three categories - domestic
U.S., worldwide, and foreign: Harry Potter / Deathly Hallows
$169,189,427 / $483,189,427 / $314,000,000
*In 1907 you could watch a film at a Nickelodeon theater for five cents.
In fact, that's why it's called a "Nickel"odeon.
*Average movie tickets prices from 1948 to 2010: Source
*Highest paid actors in 2010-2011
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