I think this is really going to bug the marketing. Although, as with many blockbusters, the VFX usually end up looking perfectly fine in the finished film, which is what matters.Mantis Toboggan wrote: Plus the VFX will likely won't be finished until right before release.
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I think its more of a case of theaters not wanting to show Netflix movies (at least with the release schedule Netflix wants).7212017 wrote:Yes, I know this. I’m just saying that it’s an unprecedented move for Netflix, and we don’t know for sure that Netflix is going to do that.LelekPL wrote:Just because it's a Netflix production, it doesn't mean it cannot be released in theatres. In fact, if it wants to be considered for the Oscars, it HAS TO be released in cinemas, at least in a limited capacity.