Holiday Movies Move Up Their Release Dates

Nigel Druitt

An avid Flickcharter since 2009, Nigel is a self-described fanboy whose Top 20 is dominated by the likes of Indiana Jones, Frodo Baggins and Marty McFly. Nigel is the Canadian arm of the Flickchart Blog, but try not to hold that against him. You can find him on Flickchart as johnmason.

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  1. I suppose after Reed Hastings told us he was sorry Netflix subscribers didn’t like what he wasn’t sorry for doing, Chip Sullivan’s statement is part of the new normal.  “Families should see this movie together, and we hope to make more money by opening it when they should all be together.”  Who has been vetting these kinds of things for public release?

    Anyway, I can’t help but wonder if this doesn’t also indicate a lack of confidence in the films scheduled to precede these.  Dreamworks, for instance, has Puss in Boots scheduled to open 4 November–well ahead of Disney’s The Muppets.  It seems Dreamworks is outright conceding Thanksgiving weekend, but want to stake a claim on Christmas.

    Likewise, Paramount has inched Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol ever closer to Universal’s Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (9 December), which suggests they might be smelling blood in the water, pitting their glamorized spy movie against the more grounded le Carre adaptation.

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