COVID-19 Is Changing The Future Of Movies
In this week's Cinema Savvy with Brandon Doyen we talk about the impact of COVID-19 on the movie industry.
For a long time the industry was closed, but as theatres around the country have started to reopen, many people are not walking through the door and instead they are staying home and streaming movies.
Hollywood expected some heavily marketed, blockbuster type movies to prop the industry back up and bring people back in front of the big screen, but that has not worked as well as hoped, expected or needed.
So what does that mean about the future of movies and how they are made and released? Brandon Doyen talks about that in our weekly check in, and what it might mean for the movie viewer and for the industry.
We also looked at what streaming options are available for viewers and what you should check out.
You can catch Cinema Savvy on The Morning Line every Thursday morning at 6:40am. And if you are looking for more about movies you can find Brandon on his podcast called Nostalgia Be Damned at any place where you normally download and listen to podcasts.
The Morning Line airs each weekday on 92.9 The Ticket starting at 6am until 8am.
Listen to our full conversation with Brandon Doyen about it all here in our podcast replay.