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UPDATED DEFINITIONS: Seasonal Box Office

Box Office Mojo's database has been revised with new seasonal box office parameters to more accurately reflect the movie seasons of Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall and Holiday.

Seasonal box office breakdowns are available to Premier Pass members in the Seasonal and Studio sections as well as the "YTD Comparison" page in the Yearly section.

The new seasonal definitions are as follows:

Winter: The first day after New Year's week or weekend through the Thursday before the first Friday in March.

Spring: The first Friday in March through the Thursday before the first Friday in May.

Summer: The first Friday in May through the end of Labor Day Weekend.

Fall: The day after Labor Day Weekend through the Thursday before the first Friday in November.

Holiday: The first Friday in November through New Year's week or weekend.

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Below is a table of what dates these definitions translate to from 1982 to the present:

Filed by Sean Saulsbury on September 8, 2006


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