Theater-chain AMC Entertainment said Wednesday it recorded record financial results in the second quarter as the average price for a ticket rose to $9.91 and each patron spent $4.65 on food and beverages.

The company said revenue rose 13 percent to $821.1 million while net earnings jumped 39 percent to $43.9 million.

Due to the top three films released in the quarter — Jurassic World, Avengers: Age of Ultron andFurious 7 — the industry box office grew 9.4 percent and attendance grew 5.9 percent, fueling AMC’s record results, CFO Craig Ramsey said. At AMC, attendance was 53.8 million, an increase of 7.3 percent.

The downside to so much business concentrated in three blockbusters is that film rentals — the amount paid to studios — was up to 55.4 percent of admissions revenue, leading to a 15 percent increase to $295.4 million during the quarter.