There’s no going back to the old theatrical window, the world has changed too much in terms of how we watch media. This change would have happened eventually it was just expedited now. The new window doesn’t seem to matter that much anyways as the few box office hits during the pandemic have all been available for free or at a cost on release dateDarn you stupid COVID-19, you're ruining our lives as no more 90 day theatrical window, now as only 45 day theatrical window so they will see a movie at home after 45 theatrical window is done. Maybe they can change back to 90 day theatrical window soon as the pandemic will be over, as they will slowly back to normal for movie theaters.Pour one out for the 90-day theatrical window. The decades-old staple of the film world slipped the surly bonds of Earth during COVID, perhaps the most consequential example of how the pandemic has…variety.com
Not sure how a shorter theatrical window is ruining lives, other than potentially reducing movie theater revenue.
Many, if not most, people see a handful of movies in the theater. I watch the majority at home. This is good news. It won't really impact my habits. People will still see some of the bigger films in the theater.
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