“A New Paradigm”: How Netflix and Apple Are Upending Hollywood Hierarchy With Studio Deals [The Hollywood Reporter]

Paramount and A24 agreeing to produce original films for the digital giants represents an about-face in the traditional pecking order

“A New Paradigm”: How Netflix and Apple Are Upending Hollywood Hierarchy With Studio Deals [The Hollywood Reporter]

BY REBECCA KEEGAN

November 27, 2018 | Paramount and A24 agreeing to produce original films for the digital giants represents an about-face in the traditional pecking order and signals a major shift in the entertainment industry.

In the future, when we chart the year the movie business changed, we may thank — or blame — Noah Centineo. That’s because the square-jawed heartthrob’s teen romantic comedy for Netflix, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, is pointing the way toward a new hierarchy in Hollywood, one in which the 106-year-old studio behind movies like The Godfather and Transformers produces original films for a streaming service. Read more