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Fox Chief Disses Netflix: Says Their ‘Churn-Like Environment’ Doesn’t Appeal To Filmmakers

We’re living in a time of massive change in the film industry. Once upon a time, movies would run in theaters until the film started to tear, and audiences would come out in droves because there were no TVs, and no way to consume these stories at home. Times changed when television hit, and the […]
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