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Hollywood's 2022 box office reality check

When the hits came, they reminded moviegoers of the good old days ("Top Gun: Maverick"), but the year is expected to end with lower ticket sales than the pre-pandemic year of 2019.
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Hollywood's 2022 box office reality check: Not enough hits and a movie shortage Click to view images

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