Cineworld Group, the leading cinema operator in the UK, said it remained in line to meet market expectations for the year. The group said that trading was steady with total revenues up 0.9% in the 42 weeks to 20 October 2011. Box office revenues were up 1.4% year on year, despite a very strong comparative period in 2010, which the company said maintained its solid performance since the end of June. Retail revenues continued to be broadly flat, which the group said was “a satisfactory performance given the challenging consumer environment”. It said that the second half of the year had seen a number of strong performing films including "Harry Potter: Deathly Hallows part 2" in 3D, which is the biggest film release of the year to date, "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" in 3D, "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" and "Bridesmaids". The most notable film performance however was "The Inbetweeners", which has almost matched the performance of "The King's Speech" by grossing over £44m at the box office nationally. Digital expansion continues and now almost 70% of the company’s screens have been converted. It is scheduled to convert a further 76 screens by the end of the financial year. It will open a seven-screen cinema in Leigh on 18 November. Cineworld, which is led by Stephen Wiener, said that the remaining 2011 film line up, together with our performance to date, gave it confidence in “delivering results for the full year in line with market expectations”.