AMC/Universal Deal Shortens Theatrical Release For On-Demand

Get ready for some Hollywood movies to be on-demand a lot faster. 

AMC Theaters has made a deal with Universal Pictures. It means films only need to run on the big screen for three weekends before going digital. 

Typically, theaters have exclusive rights for 90 days. The two companies began sparring after Universal skipped that window and released a movies such as "Trolls World Tour" and "The Invisible Man" on demand. 

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