The movie is back! The movie is back!
Media outlets are trumpeting big box office numbers for “the second part of a quiet space” Trump could go as far as the long-delayed sequel $ 57 million Four-day weekend.
We have seen it regularly before the epidemic. Many hope that it will reduce the rate of infection, with the help of the old normal roar, vaccines Order reduction masks.
Not so fast.
Yes, the box office figures for the horror sequel are strong, it reflects an image that is more interested in sitting in a crowded theater now than it was last year. It’s still pretty close, an exception to what we’ve seen across culture so far.
Even the recent “drumming” has faked as faint as past box office smash. “জ 31 million for Godzilla vs. Cong, ”Acclaimed as a breakthrough at the time.
Here’s why Hollywood should still worry about theater models.
Keeps the most important ‘window’ compressed
The main reason for rushing to the local cinema complex? In most cases the movies in question will not be available for 90 days – several months – 90 days to sit at home and watch.
Now, some streaming platforms like “Cruella” and “Wonder Woman 1984” are hitting theaters nationwide, unveiling these titles on the same day as “Black Widow” (Disney +) and “The Suicide Squad” (HBO Max). This will continue in 2021. Other titles will return home faster than before.
We don’t know if streaming platforms will continue their same-day strategy in 2022, but it’s unlikely to expand as theater windows shrink.
Movies … stink
Sad to say, though, the movies are going through fairly patches.
There are reasons why a few people care about the Oscars earlier this year. The latest batch of “great” movies was nothing. Try to sit by earning Netflix’s “standard” movie Most Oscar nominations This year.
We dare you.
Celebrated revelations often prove to be as clunky as Jack Snyder’s “Army of the Dead” or Netflix’s star-studded “The Woman’s Window”. The heat stays with the small screen effort, while the movies are in motion in terms of medium results.
The streaming originals are not going away
When did Kevin Spacey anchor Netflix’s original series “House of Cards”? This move sounds like no brainer in the current market. At the time, the two-time Oscar winner took the real risk with the unsupported platform.
Today? All major streaming platforms provide original content that rivals the production prices of film releases. Netflix has just announced this Summer lineupIncluding a full 2021 slate featuring established movie stars (Gal Gadot! Kevin Hart! Dwayne Johnson! Ryan Reynolds!) And movie-titled titles.
Amazon Prime has debuted in recent months with the sequels “Coming 2 America” and “Borat” and Chris Pratt’s “Battle of the Colors” is coming on July 2nd.
The streamer has the cash and incentive to churn out fresh content that rivals theatrical rentals. Why leave home when you can piping fresh titles home?
The home viewing experience keeps getting better (and cheaper)
This is oh, so imagine the general sequence. You decide to watch a movie, hire a babe and spend cash for tickets, popcorn and tweezers.
Here’s what you didn’t expect. There is traffic on the way to the theater, you can’t find a parking space that seems eternal, and above all the stench of the movie.
Or, you could be Lucky Enough to feel something like this … Niss.
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– Labertoxed (াইনinsignletterbox) May 29, 2121
Now, compare it to entering your movie room and choosing a new Netflix movie that is good, similarly smelly. You stop at the 20-minute mark, find a different title, and spend the night getting your plan.
See the difference? It can be added that the prices of big screen TVs continue to rise as they cost for hard sound bars. Your humble movie room now feels like the real deal.
Still want to run to the local theater?
Adult dramas can go the way of eight-track tapes
There’s nothing like watching King Kong throw a big shot at Godzilla on the screen as much as possible. That will never change. What would Ben Affleck do about wasting a lifetime of opportunity in a movie like “The Way Back”? Or face the horrors of recalling Anthony Hopkins in “Father”?
Do those movies need to be viewed on the biggest screen with premium speakers with every syllables capture?
The state of cinema in the post-epidemic world is flowing. Which is clear to these critics, although the drama model will be less important in moving forward with dramatic films. Genres like horror and comedy usually work best in crowded theaters, where listeners can enjoy shared experiences.
Not as true as the dramatic fare. They will probably proceed as a video titled Demand.
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