The Effect of the Shared Universe Model


The Film Editorial

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So unless you’ve been living under a rock, you might have noticed that sequels/spin-offs/reboots/prequels/requels/whatever else have been coming out at an insanely rapid pace over the last few years. Due to this, geeks around the globe rejoice because of how much content we get to enjoy. Then there are others who aren’t entirely happy about it, but honestly find all the wrong reasons to complain.

These are the two things that people complain about that I am so sick and tired of hearing:

  1. Franchise fatigue
  2. Hollywood doesn’t make anything “original” anymore

    So my goal of this is to talk about film franchises and shared universes, and how they’re actually evolving the film industry, and not setting anything back. Even though the shared universe model is newer to us and has been a great success for the most part, I still see numerous people out there who don’t seem to understand what the…

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  1. Thanks for the reblog! Very much appreciated! 😀

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