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 5 days ago '04        #1
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Universal has won the rights to the next Christopher Nolan film
 

 
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 4 days ago '17        #2
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WarnerBros with the

Thanks, Jason k*llar, and HBO-Max.

Make more Malignants, you miserable bastards.
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 4 days ago '17        #3
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It would be hilarious if they put his movie on Peacock
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Top 10 most slapped recently  4 days ago '21        #4
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Dudes a wannabe Stanley Kubrick who is responsible for the reason why movies suck today.

When’s the last time you actually enjoyed a movie that wasn’t related to Disney.

Everybody else on that pseudo philosophical tip.

fu*k this guy
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 4 days ago '18        #5
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 Lazy said
It would be hilarious if they put his movie on Peacock
So, it looks like he is trying to go against what most studios are doing with their 45 day window before ending up on a streaming service. The article says he wants a 90-120 day window.

I don't see Universal doing this. They were pretty late to get into the major streaming war, despite having stake in Hulu who isn't a major competitor in the war anyway. They want Peacock to do well and that 90-120 day window don't sound good at all.


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 4 days ago '17        #6
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 Lazy said
It would be hilarious if they put his movie on Peacock
 Pastor Ra said
So, it looks like he is trying to go against what most studios are doing with their 45 day window before ending up on a streaming service. The article says he wants a 90-120 day window.

I don't see Universal doing this. They were pretty late to get into the major streaming war, despite having stake in Hulu who isn't a major competitor in the war anyway. They want Peacock to do well and that 90-120 day window don't sound good at all.


Why would Nolan go to another studio...just to have his movie streamed?

I mean, y'all act like y'all smarter than this n*ggah when his entire fu*king family and inner circle are producers/writers of some of film and tvs premiere shows and movies...


C'mon man, be smarter than this.

Whatever the deal is they worked out, Nolan wouldn't be leaving WB after 20 years just for them to stream his sh*t pronto.
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 4 days ago '18        #7
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 Coffee said
Why would Nolan go to another studio...just to have his movie streamed?

I mean, y'all act like y'all smarter than this n*ggah when his entire fu*king family and inner circle are producers/writers of some of film and tvs premiere shows and movies...


C'mon man, be smarter than this.

Whatever the deal is they worked out, Nolan wouldn't be leaving WB after 20 years just for them to stream his sh*t pronto.
All films have to stream in the end. His f*ght, is how large the window (gap between theatre release and going to streaming services) is.

The largest gap so far is 45 days. He's requesting 90-120 from a studio trying to be competitive in the streaming war. He's most likely not getting 90 days.

Probably 45-60 days max
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 4 days ago '17        #8
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 Pastor Ra said
All films have to stream in the end. His f*ght, is how large the window (gap between theatre release and going to streaming services) is.

The largest gap so far is 45 days. He's requesting 90-120 from a studio trying to be competitive in the streaming war. He's most likely not getting 90 days.

Probably 45-60 days max
Whatever the window is, I'm sure it'll satisfy his cinephilic sensibilities. He'll get the window he wants. That's the whole point of him leaving his long time home of Warner Bros.
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 4 days ago '04        #9
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 Harsh Reality said
When’s the last time you actually enjoyed a movie that wasn’t related to Disney.
A bunch of fu*king movies, you weirdo
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 4 days ago '04        #10
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 Pastor Ra said
All films have to stream in the end. His f*ght, is how large the window (gap between theatre release and going to streaming services) is.

The largest gap so far is 45 days. He's requesting 90-120 from a studio trying to be competitive in the streaming war. He's most likely not getting 90 days.

Probably 45-60 days max
The 45 days thing isn’t a black or white thing. Universal has the option after 45 days. Guaranteed they’re giving Nolan what he wants.
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 JFamis said
A bunch of fu*king movies, you weirdo
A bunch of movies real specific clown
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 4 days ago '04        #12
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 Harsh Reality said
A bunch of movies real specific clown
Suggesting only Disney has made enjoyable movies in recent years doesn’t deserve any more response than that
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Top 10 most slapped recently  4 days ago '21        #13
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 JFamis said
Suggesting only Disney has made enjoyable movies in recent years doesn’t deserve any more response than that
A company who’s movies make billions of dollars each year has to be making the most enjoyable movies . They literally made people come back to theaters. Meanwhile Tenet flopped and lost Warner bros 100 mill


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 4 days ago '18        #14
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 JFamis said
The 45 days thing isn’t a black or white thing. Universal has the option after 45 days. Guaranteed they’re giving Nolan what he wants.
45 days is the highest so far. He's requesting to double or almost triple that with a top 5 film studio that wants to win in the streaming war.

2 things going against him getting 90 or more days
- it sets a standard that other film makers will start to want as well
- Peacock is possibly 4th behind the other major film studio streaming services and 6th overall

 4 days ago '04        #15
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 Harsh Reality said
A company who’s movies make billions of dollars each year has to be making billion of dollars a year.

 4 days ago '04        #16
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 Pastor Ra said
45 days is the highest so far. He's requesting to double or almost triple that with a top 5 film studio that wants to win in the streaming war.

2 things going against him getting 90 or more days
- it sets a standard that other film makers will start to want as well
- Peacock is possibly 4th behind the other major film studio streaming services and 6th overall
WB also has the 45 day option.

Here’s the thing… when they hit day 35, if it’s still appears to be lucrative to keep the movie in theaters past 45 days, they will.

If the movie fizzles out after two weeks or flops opening weekend, then there’s no reason for Nolan to be upset if it goes to streaming sooner.

 4 days ago '17        #17
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 Coffee said
Why would Nolan go to another studio...just to have his movie streamed?

I mean, y'all act like y'all smarter than this n*ggah when his entire fu*king family and inner circle are producers/writers of some of film and tvs premiere shows and movies...


C'mon man, be smarter than this.

Whatever the deal is they worked out, Nolan wouldn't be leaving WB after 20 years just for them to stream his sh*t pronto.
I don’t trust the studios

Streaming is too profitable and I’m sure they would screw any director if the margin projection was right

The market isn’t too favorable for any legacy director right now
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 4 days ago '18        #18
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 JFamis said
WB also has the 45 day option.

Here’s the thing… when they hit day 35, if it’s still appears to be lucrative to keep the movie in theaters past 45 days, they will.

If the movie fizzles out after two weeks or flops opening weekend, then there’s no reason for Nolan to be upset if it goes to streaming sooner.
Films stay in theatres pass their streaming window already, so it's clearly not about prolonging the theatre stay. It's about keeping the film away from streaming as long as possible.

It used to take 6-9 months b4 a film would hit TV or digital. That window is closing w/ streaming. The window becoming small along w/ Covid represents the possible fall of the theatre.

These guys are against streaming and the potential for theatres to become like the DVD or VHS 1 day. They detest the thought of you watching their sh*t on a phone or at the crib.

The objective for many film makers is to go w/o streaming interference. His 90-120 day request further confirms that.
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 4 days ago '16        #19
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I still say some movies will get me in the theater and some won't. These people are tripping and greedy on all sides. Make a movie for the theater. Like that Dune sh*t. Just caught that trailer. idk if it's gonna be good, gonna be bad or what. But it's coming out in theaters and on Max and I'm seeing that sh*t in the theater. Mission Impossible? Theater. Nolan sh*t mmm probably both bc I always catch his movies a couple times. Win-win. Get your contract right and get a cut of streaming. Most in-demand director in Hollywood arguably. Get a better agent. Like me. Dookie LePoop


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 4 days ago '04        #20
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 Pastor Ra said
Films stay in theatres pass their streaming window already, so it's clearly not about prolonging the theatre stay. It's about keeping the film away from streaming as long as possible.

It used to take 6-9 months b4 a film would hit TV or digital. That window is closing w/ streaming. The window becoming small along w/ Covid represents the possible fall of the theatre.

These guys are against streaming and the potential for theatres to become like the DVD or VHS 1 day. They detest the thought of you watching their sh*t on a phone or at the crib.

The objective for many film makers is to go w/o streaming interference. His 90-120 day request further confirms that.
Here’s what he’s getting


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 3 days ago '18        #21
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 JFamis said
Here’s what he’s getting



He's not "getting" that for now. He's demanding that. We will see what of the demands were agreed upon.

Also, it's not 100 days guaranteed, it's 90-120 that he's demanding. The Hollywood Reporter article you're referencing even ask the question if he really is getting many of those conditions.

- the blackout window
- the landscape of the theatre field when his film releases in 2023 and 2024
- streaming

They question everything i've brought up already.

Yall gotta read the articles you use.

As I said earlier, it's not about prolonging the theatre stay. It's about how long he can keep it away from digital.

If he gets his way, more will follow and the streaming war will become pointless. It's an uphill battle, but he's making a great effort to "save the theatre".


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