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4:24, top right hand corner, seems like another clue...


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Presumably, some people will be interested in seeing the movie on July 4th. People who see the movie on another day will be seeing the movie before or after July 4th. It is probably best for them to see the movie before July 4th. As the weather warms up in June, people can be thinking forward about how great July 4th is. By releasing the movie early, ...


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Simply put it is because of the competition from other movies. There is also a page here with the exact same question and they arrive to the same conclusions: Fox isn't speaking out on why the sequel to Independence Day is shuffling to June. So let's take a look at what could be the reason. First off might be helmer Roland Emmerich, who is nowhere near ...


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Probably to avoid a tough competition since on Jul 1, there will be 4 new movies with a nation wide releases and at Jul 8, 2 movies, one of them is "The Secret Life of Pets" which is predicted to be one of the biggest movies this summer.


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HBO is attempting to solidify a foothold in the children's programming market, to hedge off Netflix and Amazon who are attempting to do the same. PBS has seen their profits from licensing their IP in Sesame Street drop off, with revenue only matching their production costs of 41 million in the last few years. As people, ie kids forcing their parents, stop ...


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Yes, HBO purchased the first-run broadcast rights to Sesame Street late last year. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sesame Workshop (the company that produces the show) was losing money for several years in a row, and needed a source of funding to maintain operations. They signed a deal with HBO that allows HBO to show the episodes first, and PBS gets ...


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Domed IMAX theaters are OMNIMAX theaters. Most Imax films aren't Omnimax films. Proper Omnimax films are filmed with a special camera with a fish-eye lens. Projection is done using a similar fish-eye lens, on a domed screen. Not all Imax films are Omnimax films. In fact, most are not. Regular Imax films can be projected on an Omnimax screen, but will be ...



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