If you spent a late summer night in a New York City hotel room, chances are you escaped the heat and humidity by watching Carrie and Leonardo toy with Tiffany cuff links and pearls in The Great Gatsby, old sport. Elsewhere across the US and in Canada, hotel-goers clicked onto the antics of a very different duo, FBI agents Sandra and Melissa in The Heat (New York audiences liked that one, too.) But the big winner in August was the magician’s caper, Now You See Me. Read more
It’s summer, so we’re not surprised that the season’s big baseball movie was a hit in hotel rooms for the second month in a row. 42, the saga of the sport’s game changer Jackie Robinson, stars Chadwich Boseman and Harrison Ford and batted fifth in New York City hotel rooms and sixth in hotels throughout the U.S. and Canada. Read more
Maybe we should rephrase the question and ask which actor got the most screen time on hotel room flatscreens last month. Read more
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