An evolution to the Gold Open movement, One Open unites multiple multicultural communities to ensure the opening weekend success of films led by a diverse ensemble of talent and filmmakers.

Of 3,891 characters evaluated for race/ethnicity 34.3% were underrepresented racial/ethnic groups, below the US Census of 39.9% and only 32% of leads coming from underrepresented racial/ethnic groups.*

Only 1.4% of all speaking characters were LGBTQ across the 100 most popular U.S. movies of 2019.*

Only 2.3% of all speaking characters across the 100 top-grossing films of 2019 were depicted with a disability.*

Of 4,451 coded characters depicted in 2019, 66% of speaking or named characters were male and 34% were female. This totals a gender ratio of 1.9 males to every 1 female.*

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*According to the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative report: Inequality in 1,300 Popular Films: Examining Portrayals of Gender, Race/Ethnicity, LGBTQ & Disability from 2007 to 2019