As VR cinema box office sales exceed expectations, bigscreen will work with partners to launch more films in VR cinema.

In December 2019, bigscreen, a VR social platform, announced to cooperate with Paramount Pictures to establish a groundbreaking new partnership to introduce 2D and 3D films into VR cinemas. In the first month, thousands of users entered the VR world and watched movies with fans from all over the world, such as Indiana Jones 4: Crystal Skull, 3D zombie World War, minority report, etc.

Bigscreen cooperates with Paramount Pictures to introduce 2D and 3D films into VR cinemas

In the first month, the box office revenue exceeded bigscreen’s internal expectations and achieved great success. Although the company did not disclose the specific box office, we learned that fans paid $3.99 to $4.99 for each virtual movie ticket, 77% of which came from 3D movies.

Bigscreen cooperates with Paramount Pictures to introduce 2D and 3D films into VR cinemas

Bigscreen’s “Space Week” will be held from January 10 to January 17. The film lineup includes 3D version of Star Trek 3: beyond the stars, Star Trek, Star Trek 2: dark boundless, and 3D version of Transformers 3. The film screening interval is 30 minutes. After the space week, “top gun”, “Terminator: Genesis”, “Transformers 5”, “shell Raiders” and other films will also be shown in bigscreen’s VR cinema.

Bigscreen cooperates with Paramount Pictures to introduce 2D and 3D films into VR cinemas

Facts have proved that the partnership between bigscreen and Paramount Pictures is a great victory for both companies and fans. In the near future, bigscreen will also launch a new “friends” system, through which users will make more new friends and establish contacts with them in VR.

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