The Slow Death of Hollywood

by Emon Hassan on October 14, 2008

The Dreamworks deal with Reliance was the big stroke, of course. But it was after reading this story, and taking into account the current economic and decent-movie crisis (not even good, you see, I’m settling for ‘decent’), that I dare to conclude that the Hollywood that has reigned for nearly a century is now sick in bed, waiting to die and pass it on to the second generation kids who see the world differently.

This change, I believe, is a good thing. Eventually, you will see, Hollywood, the city, will no longer define Hollywood, the movie capital. This new Hollywood will have branched out all over the world, bring cultures together to tell stories, and create places for them to escape to. So close.

Hollywood is ‘LA Members Only’ no more. Would you agree?

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