A quick roundup of some interesting news and commentary from the last couple weeks. Audiences Still Prefer to See ‘Tenet,’ … Continue reading Consent Decrees, The End of Studios and Other Movie News
None of this is that surprising, tbh. In response to the (largely indefinite) closure of movie theaters around the country … Continue reading Disney Carves Out An Owned Future With Mulan
Movie tickets? In this economy? The latest delay – this one essentially indefinite – to Tenet seems to have unleashed … Continue reading Theaters Want to Open, But Who Will Go To The Movies?
Nice studio you got there. Be a shame if anything happened to it. Three years of denials, obfuscations, claims of … Continue reading The Snyder Cut is Coming, and Now There Are No Rules
The future is in play, right now. Over the last week or so there has been an escalating war of … Continue reading Universal Trolls Theaters, Theaters Demand Tax Be Paid
Are you ready for some semantics? After what seems like years of hype and buildup, Quibi finally launched earlier this … Continue reading Quibi’s Launch Forces Us To Ask: What Is a Movie?
More like this, please. It’s a sad truth that most people never see the majority of movies programmed at film … Continue reading SXSW and Amazon Bring The Film Festival Home
The theatrical exhibition world is upside down. It was just a few days ago that the biggest announcements coming out … Continue reading That’s a Lot That’s Happened In the Last Few Days
Income from ads is cyclical, building long term cache isn’t. Every few months an analyst will make a statement of … Continue reading Netflix Doesn’t Want Ad Revenue; It’s After Something More Valuable
We’ve already seen that box office revenue was down in 2019 by a noteworthy 3.9 percent. That news in and … Continue reading NATO: Fewer People Went to Theaters in 2019