Social Media Holds Hollywood to Higher Standards

January 11, 2011 - Film Production, News

The advent of social media sites like Facebook and Twitter have brought an end to the low-quality, highly marketed blockbusters of Hollywood.  With real-time updating, moviegoers review and influence movies’ success, bringing new power to their demands for original, quality films.  The New York Times reports, “One by one, these expensive yet middle-of-the-road pictures delivered disappointing results or flat-out flopped”

Predicting the future

“We think the future is about filmmakers with original voices,” said Amy Pascal, Sony’s co-chairwoman. “Original is good, and good is commercial.”

In response, Hollywood studios find themselves searching for original voices and directorial artistry to fulfill the expectations of their audiences.

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