NATO president and CEO John Fithian lays out the case: Despite NATO’s repeated suggestions that our distribution partners discuss their potential VOD models with individual exhibitors prior to executing them, several leading studio executives appear determined to roll out early release VOD without proper consultation with exhibitors, without the input of the creative community and… Read more »
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Julia Boorstin reports. She gets the window wrong, the average is currently 131 days not 45, but the story is otherwise well done.
The L.A. Times reports on NATO’s efforts to build allies on Wall Street and in Hollywood to preserve the theatrical release window: The nation’s largest theater chains have been reaching out to investors and analysts on Wall Street, as well as directors, producers and agents, in an effort to build support for preserving so-called theatrical… Read more »
Yours truly in Boxoffice on “the death of 3D“: It was just under five years ago that Disney released Chicken Little on an unprecedented 84 digital 3D screens, and look where we are now. The sky is falling. You could be forgiven for believing that if you’ve been reading recent articles in the trades or… Read more »
According to the Los Angeles Times. Which means “3D fatigue” is over and Step Up was better than Avatar. Or something.