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Disney pushes the release dates of all Marvel movies in the next two years

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    ThatFanficGuy
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    I find it interesting, the way Marvel films are fixed to certain slots. This feels like film production at scale, in the same way your backpack or your bread is produced at scale: with a more...

    I find it interesting, the way Marvel films are fixed to certain slots. This feels like film production at scale, in the same way your backpack or your bread is produced at scale: with a more rigid set of norms and a defined schedule because of the mechanized way of their production. It's not that those films aren't art anymore: it just reminds me of a conveyer belt moving along.

    Oh, and by the way: I know there's quite a few people on Tildes engaging in web design even tangentially. As someone who keeps tab on this sort of things: don't do this. I can't even finish reading the title. (Actually, here's an idea: if the user disables cookies for your website, don't ask their consent for cookies at all. Saves the annoyance for everyone.)

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    1. zptc
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