Utah’s Megaplex Theaters ranked first in North America for ‘Wonder Woman 1984’
‘Wonder Woman 1984’ debuted in the theaters over the weekend. Utah had a lot of interested viewers.
- In fact, Megaplex Theatres at The District in South Jordan ranked first in North America for the opening of “Wonder Woman 1984.”
- Jordan Commons placed No. 4, Thanksgiving Point ranked No. 6 and Geneva hit No. 10.
“We’re honored that guests chose Megaplex Theatres to help them celebrate the holiday season with these much-anticipated films,” said Blake Andersen, Megaplex Theatres president, in a statement to the Deseret News. “We’re especially grateful to our extraordinary team who worked tirelessly to clean and sanitize every auditorium between each screening to ensure a healthy and safe environment for all of our guests.”
Nearly half of HBO Max’s subscribers watched “Wonder Woman 1984” over the weekend, too. HBO Max had about 3.6 million users back in October, according to CNBC. It’s unclear if there have been more subscribers since then.
One more note ...
A spokesperson for Megaplex told me the Utah theater chain ranked No. 1 in North America for the opening of Tom Hanks’ western drama, “News of the World,” too.
- Specifically, Megaplex Theatres at Jordan Commons in Sandy ranked first for the opening of the film.