TWO NEW SERIES PRODUCED BY RED PRODUCTION COMPANY TOP UK RATINGS
STUDIOCANAL has held a majority stake in RED Production Company, a UK-based independent producer specialising in TV series, since December 2013.
This week, two new RED series debuted in England and shot straight to the top of the audience ranking, two evenings running.
PREY, a police drama about a constable accused of murder, drew 6 million viewers (a 26% share), on ITV Monday evening.
NON STOP WORLDWIDE BO TOPS $200 M
With a BO of nearly $90 M in the U.S. and $113 M in the rest of the world, NON STOP has now taken in $203 M worldwide.
For comparison, this is 55% above the total BO of UNKNOWN
SHAUN THE SHEEP, THE FILM: THE FIRST BREATHTAKING PICTURES
In the spring of 2015, the famous SHAUN THE SHEEP will be arriving with his herd and the farmer in movie theatres around the world. The first trailer is already available!
The film SHAUN THE SHEEP, a new production from Aardman studios (WALLACE & GROMIT and CHICKEN RUN), is entirely financed by STUDIOCANAL, which will distribute it in its countries (France, UK, Germany, Australia and New...
AFTER ITS SUCCESS IN THEATRES, THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE IN VIDEO PROVES EQUALLY SUCCESSFUL FOR STUDIOCANAL GERMANY
In Germany, where THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE is distributed by STUDIOCANAL, the film sold 200,000 DVD and Blu-ray units in just one week, representing a 50% increase on sales for the first part of the series.
The film is also at the top for VOD and streaming with almost 100,000 paid downloads posted, again in one week.
NON-STOP STILL AT THE TOP WITH 1 MILLION TICKETS SOLD IN FRANCE AND THE NO. 1 SPOT AT THE GERMAN BOX OFFICE
NON-STOP is continuing its brilliant career, with the 1 million ticket mark having been reached in France.
In Germany, where it was released on March 13, the film went straight to the top of the box office ratings, with over 370,000 tickets sold the first weekend.
The film had already topped box offices in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea and Singapore in the first...