”You don’t want the public to get used to paying $10 a month to see unlimited amounts of movies.”
Fox future, Paramount resurgence, female audiences were all hot topics.
Writer-director Paul Duddridge describes his film as ’Romeo & Juliet for the over-60s’.
Second edition of UNIC scheme launched at CineEurope.
Seven Dolby Cinema sites to open ”over the next few years”.
There was also a box office upturn of 1.7% across 2017.
Vue’s Tim Richards, Nordisk Film Cinemas’ Asger Flygare Bech-Thomsen share opinions.
Broadcaster adds Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil And Vile, Life Itself and Serenity.
The company will move its cinema exhibition, investment and distribution operations into the new affiliate
The Square was the most successful film across the network in 2017.
A woman was “forcibly removed” from the screening, while a man said to have used abusive language was also ejected.
CEO Of fast-growing subscription service targets five million by end of year.
Drama stars Game Of Thrones Oona Chaplin and Natalia Tena.
Footage from Bohemian Rhapsody, Widows, The Hate U Give, Predators.
Mike Leigh’s Peterloo to get autumn festival launch.
Studio puts on show with Tiffany Haddish, Kevin Hart, Samuel Jackson, Bruce Willis, Chris Pratt, Ryan Gosling and more.
John Fithian says movie business is ”more dynamic than ever”.