Theaters Raising Ticket Prices Because Hollywood Can't Fill Seats Anymore

Yeah, that will help.

Cinemas can't fill seats anymore because people are tired of Hollywood's repetitive garbage and heavy-handed leftist messaging. Now theater owners are raising ticket prices, thus further ensuring their decline. 

A new report from the National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO) states that the average ticket price hit a new high in the second quarter of 2017 at $8.95, a 2.5 percent increase from last year. 

According to Breitbart, "the rise in the average ticket price is due partly to consumers’ increasing propensity to patronize luxury theaters that offer dinning, recliner seating, and larger screens — with venues like AMC Entertainment and Regal Entertainment offering extra amenities at a higher price point per ticket."

Traditional movie theaters may also get a makeover to pull in the audience. This week, Samsung unveiled a “Cinema LED Screen,” measuring at a height of 34 feet. That means you get to watch George Clooney's smug mug at six times its normal size. Who wouldn't pay more for that?

The 2017 box office has been abysmal for Hollywood, with studios seeing an eight percent drop from last year in overall domestic box office receipts.

 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, Transformers: The Last Knight, Alien: Covenant, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, The Mummy, and Baywatch have all seriously under-performed in the domestic box office.