This week, two limited release documentaries captured consumers’ attention. The most successful was “Slay The Dragon”, a political documentary about gerrymandering in the United States.
Among those who say they’re likely to see “Vivarium,” most (68%) would prefer to see it on streaming or paid download services.
A YouGov Direct poll conducted on March 17 finds that 51 percent of respondents prefer to watch new release movies at home rather than in the theater.
More than one in five Americans (22%) say they would consider having sex with a robot, according to a study conducted by YouGov in February 2020.
This week, the trailer for superhero epic “Bloodshot” especially intrigued potential moviegoers.
After seeing the trailer, 31 percent of respondents said they were likely to see The Way Back when it hits theatres.
This week, the trailer that turned the most heads was for “The Invisible Man,” a sci-fi horror film that stars Elisabeth Moss.
Many Americans — particularly young ones — express interest with the idea of watching more ads in exchange for a lower cost for a streaming service.
Data from YouGov suggests that 32 percent of US adults believe that the Oscars have a diversity problem, while 22 percent disagree.
Among those who plan to watch the Oscars live and/or follow the events on social media, 40 percent predict they’ll be using Facebook to follow the event as it happens.