Ford v Ferrari pummelled Charlie’s Angels at the Box Office this week.

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I noticed that Ford v Ferrari pummelled Charlie’s Angels and the rest of the competition at the weekend box office in the United States. Ford and Ferrari grossed a better-than-expected $31 million in North America for 20th Century Fox and Disney. 

Overseas, the pic debuted to $21.4 million for a global start of $52.4 million. I am very much looking forward to seeing Ford V Ferrari as it has a feel of a very good film. 

I spent last week in the United States at the American Film Market and the big topic of the discussion are the now clear and present streaming wars.  Disney + launched last week and on its first day , gained 10 million Subscribers

Soon, we are going to have a choice of Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+ HBO Max, Facebook+  and they are all producing original content, movies and shows. 

In the film business, the new gold is now “Subscribers”. With so many platforms going head to head in 2020, it will be fascinating time to see how the various platforms fare and who will survive? 

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Colm O’Murchu is a passionate Indie Filmmaker and owner of the production company, International Film Base. He has directed and produced three successfully released feature films worldwide and one documentary.  

His most recent film Tabernacle 101 has been released in 2019 in the US and will be released in Australia in late 2020 premiering at the Sci Fi Film Festival. He is currently in development on his next feature film Absolute Freedom, an action adventure film set in the outback.

He has spoken at Indie Film Seminars all over the world and created online and offline film courses 

 He lives in the Blue Mountains NSW Australia and loves the outdoors and the mountains.

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