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Hollywood has a problem with its own film industry, which is struggling to keep up with rising demand for films like “The Aviator,” “The Great Gatsby” and “Jurassic World.”
The movie industry is struggling with the increasing number of high-quality films that require a massive amount of capital and talent to produce.
This has made it a tough business for filmmakers, many of whom have not been able to recoup their investments for several years.
The problem has been exacerbated by a boom in online streaming services, where Hollywood films are often available for free on a wide variety of platforms.
Some studios are now trying to shift their focus to the digital distribution of their films and make the process easier for filmmakers.
But Hollywood is still stuck in the same old patterns, and they are finding it increasingly difficult to compete.
In 2017, only three of the top 50 films in the United States grossed more than $50 million.
Those are: “Fifty Shades Darker,” “Jaws,” and “The Hunger Games.”
And while those films made a lot of money, it was mostly from theatrical releases, which are less lucrative than digital downloads.
The studios are struggling to find ways to compete with Amazon’s $6 billion Prime Video and Netflix’s $9 billion “The Movies.”
The industry is also struggling to figure out what to do with “Argo,” which had a $2 million budget and went on to gross $5.8 million worldwide.
But the problem is that most of the big studios have made a series of mistakes.
First, they have not invested in their own content.
In fact, they are using it as an afterthought.
They are not making films, but using it to make films.
And the result is that they are still losing money on each film, according to the Motion Picture Association of America.
Second, they’ve not focused on the quality of their own films.
There have been numerous films that have been released that have grossed less than $100 million.
And that is because they have been made without the talent necessary to make them.
For example, “The Good Dinosaur” did not even get a green light until 2016, when “theaters had no room for it” and the studios had to go back and re-work their budget.
In 2018, Warner Bros. announced it had sold its rights to the rights to “The Lego Movie,” but only after it had lost money on its first two films.
The studio then decided to sell the rights again, but it never made it to the theaters and was not able to make a profit.
Third, studios have not focused their marketing efforts on creating the kinds of content that they need to make movies.
Instead, they just have a lot more content that comes from other studios.
For instance, the Disney film “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” only had a small budget and was made for a smaller budget than the studio’s other films.
So it was never meant to be the centerpiece of the studio strategy.
The most recent example of this is “The Martian,” a sci-fi film that was released last year for $7.2 million, which made just $2.5 million on its opening weekend.
The budget was only $8.4 million, and it only made $1.4 billion worldwide.
And although that film has grossed nearly $100 billion worldwide, it has been the only movie to gross less than that in a single weekend.
The film industry is a business that has had its ups and downs, but the trend is clear.
The studios need to re-think how they approach their movies and put more of their money into content.
The industry needs to be more innovative, and the business needs to compete on the merits of its films.
If the studios can’t do this, then they need help from Congress to change the laws to help them.