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    Just watched a new episode of My Next Guest with Dave Letterman, where he interviews Robert Downey Jr. in a fantastic and uplifting interview. RDJ opens up with great candor and in detail about his past issues with drug and alcohol addiction, and we learn about Daveís previous addiction as well. Heís such an inspiring figure who leads by example and really represents hope for others.

    Plus Iím always hoping heíll give us one more performance as Iron Man one day.

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    I think when COVID is starting to go away, certain things may get pushed to promote people going back to the movies again (however they will watch them). Something tells me RDJ could be convinced possibly.
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    My daughter has become obsessed with Harry Potter, thus we have been watching the movies. In like the past 2-3 weeks she has watched all of them multiple times. Viewing them together, we are only up to Goblet of Fire.

    Myself, I never saw the Half Blodd Prince or the Dealthy Hallows, so for me I will actually get to see what happens for the first time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MR2 Fan View Post
    I think when COVID is starting to go away, certain things may get pushed to promote people going back to the movies again (however they will watch them). Something tells me RDJ could be convinced possibly.
    I think if Covid doesnít go away anytime soon itíll be the end of big blockbuster movie productions as we know it. There will be a major correction in big actorís salaries as most everything will go direct to streaming. This might be the beginning of a major paradigm shift in the film industry.

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    I'm not exactly sure that budgets will go down for "blockbusters" going straight to streaming.
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    Well without anticipated box office revenues it would be hard for studios to justify big budget productions. They would lose a lot of money. I don't know the exact figures, but I'm pretty sure streaming revenues are a fraction of movie theater. Unless everyone raises their subscription fees all at once. It's a strange new time we're living in. I hate the idea of getting used to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandydandy View Post
    Well without anticipated box office revenues it would be hard for studios to justify big budget productions. They would lose a lot of money. I don't know the exact figures, but I'm pretty sure streaming revenues are a fraction of movie theater. Unless everyone raises their subscription fees all at once. It's a strange new time we're living in. I hate the idea of getting used to it.
    If the theater model completely goes away, I would expect premium releases on streaming services, like Mulan did, to become more prevalent. You get the initial sale plus more subscribers.
    Get that weak shit off my track

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cam View Post
    Finished the second season of The Boys.

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    It was satisfying to see Meave, Annie and the Female kick the shit out of that nazi cunt Stormfront.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandydandy View Post
    Well without anticipated box office revenues it would be hard for studios to justify big budget productions. They would lose a lot of money. I don't know the exact figures, but I'm pretty sure streaming revenues are a fraction of movie theater. Unless everyone raises their subscription fees all at once. It's a strange new time we're living in. I hate the idea of getting used to it.
    Wouldn't it be something if studios had to rely on novel ideas and creative story telling to sell a movie instead of whatever it is Michael Bay does?

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