The Toronto-based national theatre chain had $15.9 million or 25 cents per share of net income in the third quarter, down from $26 million or 41 cents a year before.
Its adjusted earnings fell 17 per cent to $48 million from $57.9 million a year earlier.
Attendance was down about 5.1 per cent from an especially strong 2013 third quarter but box office and concession revenue per patron were up.
The company had stable revenue of $299 million, up 0.2 per cent from $298.4 million, including contributions from concessions, additional theatres acquired from Empire and the contribution of its media business.
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