Will the curtain come down on movie theaters?
The New York Times can’t save the newspaper industry.
Plus, rants and raves about why bad movies fail at the box office: It’s the critics’ fault, of course, the NFL’s peculiar standards on what brands can and can’t advertise during games, and why being a ghost writer for a YouTube star is the hot new career choice.
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