Movie theaters across the United States have reported absolutely no income whatsoever for the first time in the motion picture industry's 100-year history. Almost all the cinemas in the US were closed amid the coronavirus pandemic, as well as in much of the rest of the world. As a result, movie studios Walt Disney and Universal Pictures suspended the release of box office data. Hollywood's two other main movie studios - Sony Pictures and Warner Bros - also decided not to release any data this weekend. The decision follows the worst weekend in more than two decades at the North American box office last week.