Hollywood is ready to embrace the new, younger generation of film fans.
The next generation of moviegoers is going to be very interested in the latest releases.
So we’re seeing the emergence of the “digital cinema” and “movies that play on demand,” said Josh Miller, director of marketing at the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce.
But the biggest reason for the emergence is not only the availability of streaming services but also the rise of the social-media generation that’s being born.
“The digital cinema is the new social media, it’s not the old media,” said Miller.
“People are connecting more and more to the web, to social media.
So the younger generation is going after the older generation.”
Miller and Miller’s group, which includes a group of entertainment executives, are also promoting the upcoming release of the animated movie “Battleship.”
The film, based on a Marvel comic, stars the voice of the character “Captain America” Chris Evans and the voice actor of “The Avengers” Chris Hemsworth.
The film was set to debut at the Cannes Film Festival this weekend, but it’s been pushed back to August 12 to make room for the “big screen premiere.”
Miller said the social media revolution is making it possible for young moviegoers to get the movies they want.
“That’s the only way we’re going to get to the audience,” Miller said.
“There are all these stories of how the young people are going through these struggles and what they’re trying to do with their lives,” said David Fincher, a producer of the movie. “
“What they’re seeing and what the audience is seeing is a reflection on how they’re living their lives.” “
There are all these stories of how the young people are going through these struggles and what they’re trying to do with their lives,” said David Fincher, a producer of the movie.
“What they’re seeing and what the audience is seeing is a reflection on how they’re living their lives.”
Finchers’ group, “We Believe in the Future,” is promoting the release of a new documentary series, “The Future of the World.”
The documentary series will focus on the future of technology and the ways it affects our lives.
Finches group is also promoting “The Next Big Thing,” a film about the rise and fall of “Star Wars” franchise.
The movie is directed by “Rogue One” director Gareth Edwards and stars Adam Driver as a Jedi knight who leads a resistance to the Galactic Empire.
It will be released Aug. 12.