Adam Aron
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United States

AMC Entertainment


Chairman / CEO / President

Aron has been on a roller-coaster ride throughout the pandemic. After shutting down its 1,000 theaters worldwide, AMC had five brushes with bankruptcy by Aron’s count. The company started 2021 trading at $2/share, but by the end of January he had raised $4 billion to ensure its survival. At the same time, a social media campaign by renegade retail investors sent the stock into the stratosphere, to a peak of $72.62/share in June. Aron used the windfall to buy back large chunks of AMC’s outstanding debt and make other strategic moves, including signing with Warner Bros. for a 45-day theatrical window in 2022, expanding its non-movie events to include WWE and UFC programming and deciding to accept cryptocurrency payments by the end of 2021.


  • AMC Entertainment
  • Philadelphia 76ers
  • Vail Resorts


  • Harvard University (MA, USA)

Variety Honors

  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2019 Variety500 Honoree
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'Spider-Man: No Way Home' Officially Opens to $260 Million, Second-Biggest Box Office Debut in History

'Spider-Man: No Way Home' Officially Opens to $260 Million, Second-Biggest Box Office Debut in History

"Spider-Man: No Way Home" has generated even more money in its box office debut than initially reported.Sony's epic finale in the Tom Holland-led comic book trilogy collected a mind-blowing $260 million in North American theaters over the weekend, above Sunday's estimates of $253 million. It means "No Way Home" has now surpassed “Avengers: Infinity War" ($257 million) to land the second-biggest debut in Hollywood history behind only “Avengers: Endgame” ($357 million). Not bad for pandemic times.Internationally, "Spider-Man: No Way Home"...


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