Roxanne, a reboot of the classic animated sitcom that aired from 1962 to 1969, has grossed over $100 million at the worldwide box office, according to estimates from the Motion Picture Association of America.
The show, about a family of five siblings who are raised by their grandmother, has spawned sequels, spinoffs and spin-offs.
The new film is expected to reach $100M by the end of next week.
A recent online survey by Imax said that the movie is enjoying a “strong” reception.
The average ticket price is $9.99, and tickets can be purchased online or at the theater.
The movie has garnered critical acclaim, earning the highest rating of all the animated shows from critics.
Imax is the nation’s second-largest movie theater operator, and Imax has been pushing the envelope with its online and mobile offerings.
Imola Entertainment Group, which operates Imax and other Imax-branded theatres, has been selling premium tickets, but the company recently began selling premium Imax movies online for a lower price.
Imodium, which owns Imax, has not commented on the film’s success or whether it plans to expand the offering.
Imox has been trying to push online-only fare to a new audience.
ImOx, which is owned by rival Imax Entertainment, launched the Imox Imax Online Pass in April, but it has not launched a digital-only offering.
The company plans to roll out ImOx Imax Passes to Imax’s more than 2,000 Imax theatres in the U.S. Imxo, which includes Imax Imax Plus, Imax Flex and Imxos Imax films, has had a rough couple of years, as it struggled to keep pace with the rapid popularity of streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
But it has posted net profit for the past three quarters and said in a recent earnings call that it expected to make $7.8 million in revenue for the fiscal year ending March 31.