Pete Hammond’s Notes On The Season: Studios, Netflix Use Holidays To Push Contenders; ‘Green Book’ Gets Ovations; Hugh Jackman On Why Kirk Douglas Matters

In fact campaigners discovered a few years ago that Thanksgiving Day itself is a good time to tout their movies and hold screenings that draw surprisingly big crowds not concerned about a turkey in the oven, or at the movies apparently. Netflix dove in yesterday by taking over the DGA in West Hollywood for screenings of Roma, Dumplin’ , The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs, and Mowgli: Legend Of The Jungle, even throwing in a couple of “holiday treat” receptions. – Pete Hammond, Deadline Hollywood

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