The numbers for the summer movie theater ticket sales are in and the news isn't good for Hollywood studios. Both revenues and admissions are way off. Kim and John discuss the likely factors including the tragic massacre at the movie theater in Colorado which deterred people from going to the theater. But there's a chance that the idea of movie-going as a habit seems to be fading.
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