sod bergTwo years ago we reported on the experiment by film director Steven Soderbergh to release his new film Bubble in cinema, on video-on-demand and on DVD. This year Mark Cuban of HDNet Films HDNet Films boss will try to do the same for Fay Grim and Broken English.

Two years ago we reported on the experiment by film director Steven Soderbergh to release his new film Bubble in cinema, on video-on-demand and on DVD simultaneously. This year Mark Cuban of HDNet Films HDNet Films boss will try to do the same for Fay Grim and Broken English. Wired’s Epicenter blog says:

Cuban’s and Todd Wagner’s 2929 media outfit owns a vertically integrated distribution set-up that includes Landmark Theaters and the HDNet pay channel.

The 2929 bosses were unreachable in Cannes, so we didn’t get a chance to ask if their previous three-way release, Steven Soderbergh’s Bubble wound up making money.

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