Julianne Moore on the set Todd Haynes "Wonderstruck."
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Amazon Studios might have a streaming component, but executives say the company is fully committed to the theatrical experience. The young studio in its second year at CinemaCon, an annual gathering of theater owners and exhibitors, reiterated its commitment to preserving the theatrical window Thursday and previewed its upcoming slate of releases. The film is set for release sometime this year.Amazon plans at least 15 releases again this year, concentrating on filmmaker-driven projects like Richard Linklater's "Last Flag Flying," about Vietnam vets – played by Bryan Cranston, Steve Carell and Laurence Fishburne – who reunite years later around a death.
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