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Cinema Groups Should Consider Content Deals With Streamers as a "Lifeline": Analyst

Cinema should look at striking content deals with streaming services to get much-needed content amid studios' ongoing film slate delays due to the coronavirus pandemic, one Wall Street analyst suggested on Friday. "Theater owners should consider finally striking a deal with Netflix, Amazon and other SVOD services as a lifeline to get more product on movie screens," MoffettNathanson's Robert Fishman wrote in a report. "To no one’s surprise," he decided to cut his box office projections "given a high level of uncertainty around the future of the domestic box office and when we should expect to see a return to a new normal level of attendance," he explained. "2020 unfortunately now looks like a year where the domestic box office is set to.

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