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I mean as if piracy won't happen from Multiplexes or High single screens.

They should opt for wider release (though not like B C D centres) but atleast wider A centres.

Previously Godzilla, Jurassic, Spider, Titanic etc used to release in many small single screens and were massive blockbusters.

So why not now ? A film like Avengers2 should release in 3000-3500 screena than silly 2500 screens isn't it.
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DCI is a joint venture of several film studios, including Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 20th Century Fox, Universal Studios, The Walt Disney Company and Warner Bros, to set up a common set of requirements that ensure a high and uniform standard of digital cinema viewing.

While the rest of the world sticks to DCI because of their dependence on Hollywood, India remains a mix of DCI and non-DCI screens mainly because of its home-grown content that surpasses everything else in popularity.

Each studio reserves the right to release its films in non-DCI formats and it may be a compromise on quality.

Universal did violated that in 2015 with FF7 and Jurassic World but nothing after that.

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Good answer if right to something that has intrigued me as well ... Avengers end game had potential to release in 4000 screens but won't due to a technicality ....i guess this must be the reason

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