Ads placed for the superhero thriller had an estimated media value of $10.32 million through Sunday for 970 national ad airings on 37 networks. (Spend figures are based on estimates generated from Dec. 31 through Jan. 6. Estimates may be updated after the chart is posted as new information becomes available.) Universal prioritized spend across networks including NBC, ESPN and Fox, and during programming such as NFL Football, NBA Basketball and the Rose Bowl.
Just behind “Glass” in second place: Twentieth Century Fox’s “The Kid Who Would Be King,” which saw 1,364 national ad airings across 23 networks, with an estimated media value of $7.64 million.
TV ad placements for Columbia Pictures’ “A Dog’s Way Home” (EMV: $7.24 million), Entertainment Studios’ “Replicas” ($4.8 million) and Focus Features’ “On the Basis of Sex” ($4.05 million) round out the chart.
Notably, “The Kid Who Would Be King” has the best iSpot Attention Index (139) in the ranking, getting 39% fewer interruptions than the average movie ad (interruptions include changing the channel, pulling up the guide, fast-forwarding or turning off the TV).
1 Movie titles with a minimum spend of $100,000 for airings detected between 12/31/2018 and 01/06/2019.
* TV Impressions – Total TV ad impressions delivered for the brand or spot.
* Attention Score – Measures the propensity of consumers to interrupt an ad play on TV. The higher the score, the more complete views. Actions that interrupt an ad play include changing the channel, pulling up the guide, fast-forwarding or turning off the TV.
* Attention Index – Represents the Attention of a specific creative or program placement vs the average. The average is represented by a score of 100, and the total index range is from 0 through 200. For example, an attention index of 125 means that there are 25% fewer interrupted ad plays compared to the average.
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