Subscribe Today© Copyright 2020 Variety Media, LLC, a subsidiary of Penske Business Media, LLC. Variety and the Flying V logos are trademarks of Variety Media, LLC. Heading into the new 12 months, box office analysts have been bullish that 2019 would beat, or a minimum of match, the report-breaking success of final season.
For example, if your metropolis hosts an outdoor movie evening in the summertime, it needs to get the suitable license. If you walk right into a bar and it’s taking part in a movie on its televisions, it wants a license. This also applies no matter whether an admission fee is charged.
A lack of soundstages outside New York City is another excuse big productions usually eschew the mid-Hudson. “If you’re simply getting it for under-the-line labor, it’s just not a large enough of a percentage of the cost of a $60 million to $100 million movie.” … Read MoreRead More