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Old 01-19-2022, 04:35 PM   #1241
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Apparently Lightyear isn't going to be a Disney+ only release. AMC Theaters has it in the "Coming Soon" category for theatrical release. I guess that could change but I thought it was weird that they were showing so many trailers for a movie that was only going to be released on Disney+.
Disney does not send us theater operators any memo about those things, we always find out through 3rd parties online. Disney love us doing free advertisement to their property
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Old 01-21-2022, 09:05 PM   #1242
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Disney and other studios stocks have been falling since the early of the year.

Let's see if this makes them wake up and return with the blu-ray 3D discs for their 3D movies instead of just concentrating their efforts on Disney+.
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Disney and other studios stocks have been falling since the early of the year.

Let's see if this makes them wake up and return with the blu-ray 3D discs for their 3D movies instead of just concentrating their efforts on Disney+.
Don't count on it. They have a lot of morons working for them.
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Old 01-22-2022, 01:43 AM   #1244
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Disney and other studios stocks have been falling since the early of the year.

Let's see if this makes them wake up and return with the blu-ray 3D discs for their 3D movies instead of just concentrating their efforts on Disney+.
$30 billion a year

That's the pot of gold at the end of the Disney streaming services rainbow.
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Old 01-22-2022, 02:00 AM   #1245
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$30 billion a year

That's the pot of gold at the end of the Disney streaming services rainbow.
Yeah, but netflix is having major loses on stocks too because the momentum is slowing and people are realizing that they don't really own anything on these streaming services.
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Yeah, but netflix is having major loses on stocks too because the momentum is slowing and people are realizing that they don't really own anything on these streaming services.
That is false. Netflix owns quite a bit of their content. Right here in ABQ, NM there is a huge Netflix studios complex. Disney owns all their content on Disney+ and STAR.

Wall Street has delusions of grandeur when it comes to quarterly growth. They will see the light quickly and dial back their expectations. The weaker the pandemic becomes, the slower the growth in streaming services.
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That is false. Netflix owns quite a bit of their content. Right here in ABQ, NM there is a huge Netflix studios complex. Disney owns all their content on Disney+ and STAR.

Wall Street has delusions of grandeur when it comes to quarterly growth. They will see the light quickly and dial back their expectations. The weaker the pandemic becomes, the slower the growth in streaming services.
I was referring to consumers and keep paying to streaming and then having nothing in the end for what they payed.

But i see your point and hope just that stock holders change their minds about physical support and blu-ray 3D.
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Old 01-22-2022, 02:56 PM   #1248
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I was referring to consumers and keep paying to streaming and then having nothing in the end for what they payed.
They have been doing that for decades: CBL/SAT. All they want is content. And they want it on the cheap.

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But i see your point and hope just that stock holders change their minds about physical support and blu-ray 3D.
I just don't see it. The market has shrunk to the point of being solely for collectors. The hey day of buying one's content are long gone. For the price of a single BD or UHD-BD they can get 2 or 3 months streaming subscription with new content added monthly.

Disc will continue to survive for at least another 10 years. As far as support for 3D BD? 3D came and went. You will just have to do what you are already doing - import.

I know it sucks for those that love 3D BD.

The only way 3D BD would see a revival would be for the TV OEMS to offer 3D in all their TVs - I just don't see that happening in the near future.

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They have been doing that for decades: CBL/SAT. All they want is content. And they want it on the cheap.



I just don't see it. The market has shrunk to the point of being solely for collectors. The hey day of buying one's content are long gone. For the price of a single BD or UHD-BD they can get 2 or 3 months streaming subscription with new content added monthly.

Disc will continue to survive for at least another 10 years. As far as support for 3D BD? 3D came and went. You will just have to do what you are already doing - import.

I know it sucks for those that love 3D BD.

The only way 3D BD would see a revival would be for the TV OEMS to offer 3D in all their TVs - I just don't see that happening in the near future.
The revival will be hard since the manufacturers sabottage every time they start doing 3D. Looks like it's a format they don't want to make and go because they consider it as a fad that sooner than latter will go away.

Importing movies in 3D isn't a bad thing, the lack of supply when there's demand is.
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