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Jerad Marantz

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Same Difference Global Streaming Delivers Variety, Enriched Global Production By Andy Marken Nothing is more enjoyable than watching something new--especially when it’s linked with the past. On the flight back from a recent wedding, we watched a movie, finally finishing John Wick 3 to catch up with the storyline before the fourth “chapter” hits the screen next May. So why mention the wedding? When people get married there’s this custom that the bride wears something old, something new. The old – we guess - is a point of reference, comfort with her past while the new is her future. People like new adventures but not too new. It’s like the content industry today. People really want to break out from the past year and do things that are great, fun…familiar. Nothing is more fun, more familiar than going to a movie with a huge box of greasy, salty popcorn, sitting in the dark with a bunch of newfound friends you don’t really know (and will probably never get together with again) to be immersed – visually, aurally – in a semi-familiar spectacle. The best experience is a new film that has a past you enjoyed. You know -- F9, Mission Impossible 7, Top Gun 2, Spiral, Justice League, Godzilla vs Kong, Black Widow, Suicide Squad, Venom, No Time to Die (Bond #25), Halloween Kills, Matrix 4, Dune, Eternals, Spider-Man, The King’s Man, Rugrats, Masters of the Universe, and more.

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