Certain industries can be slow to embrace change. The music industry’s failure to jump into the online marketplace and embrace file-sharing and streaming outlets led to its decline, and in many ways the movie industry seemed poised to make the same kinds of mistakes. It’s been clear for at least a decade that we are in the middle of a new golden age of quality television, with groundbreaking shows like Mad Men, Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones having staked new ground and perceived as threatening the movie industry’s dominance as a form of entertainment.
In many ways, the rise of the mega-blockbuster with a budget tipping over $200 million ...
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