by Gregg Kilday.
“Movie theaters are dying” — but mixologists, masseuses and manicurists might be part of the new viewing experience.
John Sloss, entertainment lawyer/producer
All the distinctions that exist in terms of windowing and designations to pay for content will collapse. There will be two designations: One will be viewing at home, and one will be viewing in public. I think that the length designations will also disappear. Stories will be the length that serves them. All the vestiges of the 20th century that limited the inherent flexibility of film will go away.”
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