Once upon a time in Hollywood, movie studios marketed their films in a strategic window before a movie's release. In the weeks leading up to opening weekend, theaters and airwaves would be flooded with trailers and spots, and talent would hit the talk shows to create more excitement. While many of these basic tactics of movie marketing remain the same, fan engagement has changed dramatically in recent years and studios now have more room to create deeper connections with audiences.
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