Sep 24, 2021
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The Pandemic Changed How We Watch Movies And It’s Not Going Back Anytime Soon

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The arrival of the No Time To Die in two weeks feels like something of a milestone in the ongoing state of flux that is film distribution. The latest James Bond is hardly the first of 2020’s delayed blockbusters to finally hit screens–F9: The Fast Saga, Black Widow, Jungle Cruise, and A Quiet Place: Part 2 all finally reached theaters this year. But with an original release date of April 2020, No Time To Die was one of the first films to be delayed, and the 18 months between that date and its final US debut on October 8 will be the longest wait for any major movie in the COVID era. It’s also a period of time that has seen previously unthinkable shifts in the way Hollywood distributes films and how audiences consume…

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