Transcript for Box office binge at home
The big screen coming to your small screen this season. You can wear those pajamas as you get the best seat in the theater which may be on your couch and will reeve looks at the shift in the industry, a sign of the times and what to binge this holiday weekend. Will, good morning. Reporter: Good morning, janai. The couch is the place to be post-thanksgiving and if you're there looking for entertainment you have more options than ever before thanks to shifting trends and out of necessity. Thank you. Reporter: From the lego/"star wars" holiday special to "Black beauty" -- Black absolutety. Reporter: This holiday season the pandemic causing feature films to reroute content from the silver screen directly to your living room. There's not enough movie theaters open to make it financially viable. So instead what this is forcing them to do is really rip the band-aid off and finally start movies on to streaming platforms. Reporter: Thanksgiving is the biggest of the year accounting for $263 million in ticket sales last year domestically. This year streaming services have stockpiled content to keep you entertained as many theaters remain shuddered. I can see Reporter: This week Disney plus releasing Taylor Swift's concert film "Folklore." On Netflix, "The Christmas chronicles 2" starring Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn as Santa and Mrs. Claus. Welcome to the north pole. Reporter: Hulu's holiday homecoming "Happiest season" starring a who's who of heavy It brings out the worst in everything. Reporter: It's not just holiday content people will be tuning in for. I never seen anyone put their I.Q. On a CV before. Reporter: HBO max announcing it will release all remaining five episodes of "Industry" this weekend hoping to draw new viewers to its platform over the holiday weekend. The streaming service wants to keep people subscribing month after month they have to follow up with more content. They have to have the next big movie release there and they have to have a library that will keep people satisfied in between those big releases. Reporter: Christmas is now fast approaching and that's another huge movie weekend. The big blockbuster expected to be "Wonder woman 1984" recently Warner brothers studio announcing the movie would be released in theaters and on screaming simultaneously, just another sign of the time, guys. You have the classics like "National lampoon's Christmas vacation jt. I was waiting. A honey of a tree, Clark. Thank you shall appreciate it.
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