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2023 Movie Trends Predictions
Movies in the future will focus on artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and other technologies that will change how people interact with each other and the world around them.
The movie industry will continue to shift towards digital distribution.
As we move into the next decade, the movie industry will continue to evolve. It’s likely that the majority of films will be released digitally first before being shown in theaters. This means that filmmakers will need to think about ways to make their work available online without compromising quality.
Movies will become more immersive.
With the rise of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR), filmmakers will have new tools at their disposal to tell stories in new ways. VR allows people to immerse themselves in a story by putting them inside the world of the film. AR lets users see the real world through the eyes of characters in a film. These technologies allow us to interact with our favorite characters in ways that were never possible before.
More people will watch movies at home.
As we continue to live longer and healthier lives, more people will choose to spend their leisure time watching films rather than going out to bars and clubs. This trend has been seen in recent years as streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu have become popular among consumers.
More people will go to the cinema.
According to research by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), movie attendance increased by 2% between 2016 and 2017. Attendance at cinemas was up by 3%, while home entertainment viewing grew by 4%. It seems that more people are choosing to watch movies at home instead of heading to the cinema.
People will spend more time watching movies than they do now.
This trend has been predicted for years, with some predicting that we’ll see a decline in the number of films made each year. However, according to the MPAA, there will still be an average of 1,500 new feature films released every year.
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