“Judas and the Black Messiah” and “Minari” are the primary in a sequence of movies attempting to get viewers consideration whereas hundreds of theaters are closed
With the final wave of Oscar contenders opening in coming weeks forward of the Academy’s new Feb. 28 eligibility deadline, studios are contending with particular challenges in constructing momentum since conventional theatrical releases are nonetheless principally sidelined because of the pandemic.
This weekend, Warner Bros.’ “Judas and the Black Messiah” and A24’s “Minari” would be the first of a sequence of Oscar hopefuls attempting to realize mainstream buzz forward — with extra to return by way of the top of the month. But constructing on field workplace efficiency as studios have carried out up to now simply isn’t an choice in 2021 — neither is it actually doable to capitalize on awards consideration to spice up ticket gross sales when most U.S. theaters stay shut down.
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