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BloodLust911
#1 Mar 13 2020 02:45pm
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Everything. EVERYTHING.. is getting delayed.. this shit is not a real pandemic
WelSh
#2 Mar 13 2020 02:57pm
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They should push forward 'the stand'
BloodLust911
#3 Mar 13 2020 04:42pm
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Lol
Kayeto
#4 Mar 13 2020 05:08pm
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what's getting delayed?
The_Outsider
#5 Mar 13 2020 06:45pm
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What I’ve heard so far; James Bond, Fast&Furious 9 and Mulan

Also lots of movies and shows that are currently in production phase have been postponed.

This post was edited by The_Outsider on Mar 13 2020 06:46pm
BloodLust911
#6 Mar 13 2020 07:18pm
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Quote (Kayeto @ Mar 13 2020 07:08pm)
what's getting delayed?



Everything.
ChuzzeL
#7 Mar 14 2020 05:28am
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Production company's dont't want to loose billions just because nobody is going to the cinema. It's the right choice.
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#8 Mar 14 2020 08:56am
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Quote (The_Outsider @ Mar 13 2020 08:45pm)
What I’ve heard so far; James Bond, Fast&Furious 9 and Mulan

Also lots of movies and shows that are currently in production phase have been postponed.



sad about the Mulan movie :cry: me and girlfriend were gonna go see on april 11th
WelSh
#9 Mar 14 2020 10:15am
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Netflix have suspended all production on TV shows and movies with immediate effect
Kayeto
#10 Mar 29 2020 05:59am
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When our culture finally adjusts to a settling point for post-pandemic normalcy, it may have an effect on the movie business.

Over the last few years, you've been seeing talk about how the "at home" viewing experience is starting to compare more and more favorably to the theater experience. Studios adjust to that by releasing movies that rely on heavily on effects and large scale action, aspects which are best experienced in the theater. Ticket sales have remained strong.

However, the theater culture may be in for a huge change. Based on China's experience of reopening and then reclosing theaters, It could be a 12-18 months until theaters are operating again in the US. In the intervening period, studios have some hard choices. Amazon is already offering a system to stream new releases for $20. It will be very interesting to see if the studio eventually cracks and lets Wonder Women 1984 get released on that platform.

Once the "new releases at home" infrastructure is normalized, the public will have tasted the forbidden fruit. If the extended downtime deals heavy damage to both the industry as well as the pockets of potential moviegoers, we may see a world in which charging $15 to fill a theater doesn't seem appealing. Plus, gathering a crowd in a room like that could be a violation of the new social norms.

This could cause a shift towards the production of more movies that are less focused on the Baysplosions and more into stuff that translates well even off the big screen (something narrative driven, such as The Pianist)

This post was edited by Kayeto on Mar 29 2020 06:01am
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