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masque de protection en tissu, 'Dr. Oz Show' host Dr. Mehmet Oz joins Harris Faulkner to discuss the coronavirus outbreak on 'Outnumbered Overtime.' Efforts by the Italian government to curtail the spread of the coronavirus in Europe are already having a major impact on the country’s film box office, which could affect the industry in the United States. In Italy, there are 7,375 cases of the coronavirus, an increase of 1,492 from earlier this week, with the number of deaths rising from 233 to 366. As part of its containment policies, theaters have been largely shuttered in parts of the country, affecting, among other things, Italy’s box office.

masque de protection en tissu - “There is literally no playbook for this ever-changing situation but as of now, the North American box-office is performing as expected with films like ‘The Invisible Man’ and ‘Onward’ performing above or at least in line with expectations,” Comscore senior media analyst Paul Dergarabedian told Fox News. “As time goes on and some of the bigger blockbusters of 2020 are released, the performance of those films will, of course, be looked at carefully to see if their performance is in line with what was expected. It's really all about the box office numbers and they are obviously a direct reflection of moviegoing and the marketplace at large.”

masque de protection en tissu, 'NO TIME TO DIE' MAY LOSE UP TO $50 MILLION AFTER PUSHING RELEASE DATE BACK DUE TO CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Italian box office weekend for March 5 through 8 turned up a shockingly low $503,000, a 79 percent week-on-week drop. The sum fell 95 percent lower than the exact same weekend in 2019. As fears of the coronavirus spread, experts wonder if the U.S. could be impacted similarly. The release of Disney and Pixar's 'Onward' did not appear to be affected by the coronavirus in North America. (Disney/Pixar via AP)

masque de protection en tissu - It’s worth noting that the significantly low box office numbers reported throughout Italy came over the weekend, prior to Sunday’s announcement of new restrictions. As a result, the Italian film industry can likely expect to take more of a hit as the world braces for a further outbreak. Internationally, “Onward” picked up $28 million. Disney noted that outside of Asia-Pacific regions, coronavirus concerns have not made a material impact on earnings. This begs the question of whether or not fear of the coronavirus is enough to impact the box office without any governmental restrictions. Maureen Bradley, professor at the University of Victoria, noted that there’s anecdotal evidence that theaters are being impacted in North America.

masque de protection en tissu - “I went to see ‘Onward’ Friday,” Bradley, who teaches a class specifically about Pixar movies, told Fox News. “We did the same thing when ‘Finding Dory’ came out. The theater for that screening was sold out. For ‘Onward,’ the cinema was 20 percent full.” CORONAVIRUS SPIKE IN ITALY SPURS STATE DEPARTMENT WARNING FOR AMERICANS NOT TO TRAVEL TO 2 REGIONS She noted that Pixar's release of a movie in March is unusual and likely contributed to the low turnout. However, changing a film's release date can have the same effect, and the coronavirus has already hit the box office calendar.