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El gráfico muestra la participación de mercado de los géneros cinematográficos en EUA desde 1995.


Éxitos de taquilla más populares a través de los años

By Ninian Carter

March 6, 2024 - En los pasados 30 años se han dado cambios en el gusto por los géneros
cinematográficos, las dramatizaciones de novelas o de incidentes de la vida real ganan popularidad mientras decae el entusiasmo por la fantasía y los superhéroes.

Over the last three decades, our taste in movies has changed, sometimes dramatically.

In 1995, contemporary fiction accounted for 55% of U.S. box office market share – in 2024, it’s 33%.

Historical fiction was a fan favourite back then too, with a 14% market share. Now it takes just 4% of theatre receipts.

In 1995, superhero movies were thin on the ground, holding only a 3.5% share of the market. The genre steadily rose from then, peaking in 2021 at 32%, mostly thanks to Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and a slew of blockbuster releases.

However, recent superhero fatigue has led to a rapid decline – accounting for only 9% today, after a string of flops that must be causing Disney (Marvel Studio's parent company) some concern.

On the up are dramatisations of books or real life incidents, rising in recent years from 3.5% in 2021, to 19% in 2024.

Science fiction has undulated in popularity over the decades – currently standing at 15%, but likely to be boosted by the critically acclaimed “Dune: Part 2” which has hauled in an impressive $183 million dollars at the worldwide box office in the first few days of March.

PUBLISHED: 06/03/2024; STORY: Graphic News