How the biggest movie studios could be doomed over the coming decade.
In a new article, Recode lays out some possible scenarios that could unfold if the studios don’t do their part to help fix their moviegoing problems.
They include:The studios could cut off funding to movie theatersThe studios might need to slash the size of theaters and hire more employeesThe studios would likely have to sell more of their properties to get financingThe studios will have to raise more moneyThe studios may need to raise a lot more moneyIf the studios do their job and take steps to fix their problems, there is a high likelihood that the next decade will see a decline in the number of movies they sell.
But the bigger question is: Why aren’t they doing it?
The studios have a lot of different ways of handling moviegoing.
They can have more theaters, increase the size and size of the theaters, or hire more staff.
But what if the movies don’t sell well enough?
What if the audience is too old and too male to buy movies anymore?
It’s one of the bigger mysteries in Hollywood right now, but it could be a big problem down the line.
The studios could go broke and have to shut down or cut the budgets of their theaters.
Or they could decide to shut their entire theaters down and raise ticket prices to cover the cost of the cost cuts.
Whatever happens, the problem is not going away.
The next decade may see a huge spike in ticket sales, and the studios could find themselves needing to raise much more money in order to make up the difference.
There is also a chance that the studios will need to start selling movie tickets more frequently, or that their ticket prices will have increased, which could put the studios at a disadvantage.
In the meantime, studios will likely have a harder time making ends meet and raising more money to make sure that they are able to continue selling tickets.
In the meantime it’s important that everyone keep an eye on the studios financial health, because they have a big responsibility to the future of moviegoing in the U.S. and around the world.
The bottom line: The studios are not doing their part.
If the movies do not sell well, the studios may decide to sell less movies and hire less staff.
The theaters will have less money to pay for movie rentals, which means they may have less revenue to distribute.
In addition, theaters could have to cut back on their ticket sales in order for the studios to continue to pay the costs of operating the theaters.
If the studios decide to cut their movies, there will be a lot less moviegoing available for the movies that are currently sold.
In fact, it’s very likely that there will not be any movies sold at all.
And if the theaters are unable to sell the movies, the theaters could be forced to shut and sell the remainder of their inventory to other theaters, which will make it more difficult for the theaters to continue their business.
In other words, there could be some very big problems down the road if the industry doesn’t take steps that are going to help the studios.