Blockbusters are dead, Anderson tells...

Blockbusters are dead, Anderson tells NATPE

There are 1 comment on the Hollywood Reporter story from Jan 17, 2007, titled Blockbusters are dead, Anderson tells NATPE. In it, Hollywood Reporter reports that:

The age of the blockbuster is over, Wired magazine editor-in-chief Chris Anderson told a packed room of NATPE attendees Tuesday during the opening session of the conference.

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Clovis, NM

#1 Jan 18, 2007
I don't believe that. It seems more likely that there is a rarity of tru talent. So many can become famous and rich for very little ability that it has flooded Hollywood. In order to make money the quality of films and lyrics of songs have nose-dived. But every once in a while there is a Lord of the Rings, Mary J. Blige breakthrough and so forth worth spending money to be entertained or uplifted by.

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