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Brooks Barnes
Media analyst Doug Creutz in a new report: "We now expect domestic theaters to be largely closed until mid-2021, in part because we don't think studios will be interested in releasing their largest movies into a capacity-constrained footprint."
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Dreamer Jul 16
“Domestic” ...all americans flying to New Zealand to watch tenet 😂
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Andy Grossman Jul 16
More films released to PVOD (in home at $20).
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Aleta Nook #SaveTheaters Jul 16
Replying to @brooksbarnesNYT
I really hope that's not what studios are thinking of. I don't know if most theaters will survive until then. Besides, theaters start getting emptier after a few weeks if that makes sense. I think they can deal with capacity restraints it's just a matter of if people come.
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allen george Jul 16
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If this is the case movie theaters won’t last
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. Jul 16
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Good I rather watch them at the house anyway
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Guy Fleegman Jul 16
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Wonder Woman deserves better
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John Shutt Jul 16
Creutz has been wrong a lot in the past so I wouldn't take much stock in what he has to say
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Forensic Unity Destroyer Jul 16
Replying to @brooksbarnesNYT
What's happening in mid-2021 to magick things better?
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xJamberx Jul 16
Vaccine, usually takes a yr to 2 ... so its in range of possible vaccine
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xJamberx Jul 16
Replying to @brooksbarnesNYT
Home release? studios gotta be looking for $ somehow .. digitally noticing big sales on old movies
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