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Movies currently in theatrical release will also be available on-demand, including The Hunt, The Invisible Man, and Emma.

From Vox

After the coronavirus pandemic forced Disney to delay and eventually cancel a global theatrical release of its live-action Mulan earlier this year, the movie debuted on the company’s streaming platform on Friday.

From Fortune

In addition to the upcoming broadcast, the studio has also created a number of documentaries and scripted products, some with scheduled theatrical releases.

From Digiday

Hollywood studios subsequently delayed the theatrical releases of their blockbuster movies that were scheduled to come out this summer.

From Quartz

The 90-day theatrical exclusivity window dates back to the 1980s, when VHS tapes became popular around the world.

From Quartz

In reality,” Francis said, “theatrical severity and sterile pessimism are often symptoms of fear and insecurity.

He speaks about the challenges of doing a live theatrical production without being able to feed off a live audience.

This is one of the reasons why young people enjoy theatrical activities.

He approaches the composition of a painting rather as a theatrical director might set the scene of a play.

No doubt Smith hopes to paint Glock as a monster once again, and the theatrical complaint pulls no punches.

The same is true when children play at being Indians or what not: they are not "acting" in the theatrical sense of the word.

It was theatrical: he stood upon the stage, an audience watching him with intent expectancy, wondering upon his decision.

I dont believe your mother knew you had that theatrical man to drive with you, said Laura, bluntly.

It is with them as with theatrical pieces, there may be one good out of a thousand.

We are the heaven-sent leaders of all "New" enterprises, whether literary, theatrical, or artistic.


On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to theatrical, such as: campy, comic, exaggerated, melodramatic, operatic, and showy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.