Hollywood Confusion: When Studios Don't Know What Will Hit

Hollywood legend William Goldman famously said, "Nobody knows anything" about what movies will succeed.

Projects like 'Batgirl' and 'Coyote vs. Acme' were shelved, proving studios are still in the dark.

Disney+ dropped 'The Spiderwick Chronicles' series despite its popular source material and decent cast.

The economics of streaming and dwindling box-office returns add to the uncertainty.

Even sure-fire bets like Marvel projects now seem risky in this unpredictable market.

'The Spiderwick Chronicles' was picked up by the Roku Channel, raising questions about studio decision-making.

Big hits remain elusive, making it harder to justify investments in new content.

Hollywood's current confusion highlights that even the experts often have no clue.

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