Are Movies Theaters Absolute?

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Netflix announced on Tuesday, January 12th, that they will produce 70 new movies for the platform in 2021, with at least one new movie being released every week. The streaming service touted the talented actors and actresses starring in the new movies, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Sandra Bullock, Dwayne Johnson, and others. The pandemic made 2020 a difficult year for the movie industry. There were restrictions for filming, and some studios are now waiting to release movies until movie theaters are open again.

This lag for the industry isn’t stopping Netflix from releasing films from a host of genres this year. Netflix published the names of all their movies, including directors, writers, producers, casts, and a brief description of each movie. Even the infamous digital genius Gary Vee chimed in on his intake of what will happen with movie theatres and the future of entertainment. Gary sat down with Drew Barrymore Monday to do an interview on the topic.

In the interview, Gary states that when movie theatres are able to open back up and rebuild the business coming out of a global pandemic that innovation will need to be the key point in rising again against its greatest competitors. Quantity is surpassing quality in the digital world is we currently live in virtual reality. But he also states that movie theatres will come back eventually and that it will take some time but in the end, as humans, we need each other and the constant of virtual living will fade when the time comes and restrictions are lifted.


Written by: Samantha Watts-Hopkins

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