Not only in your code does this happen
We are used to hearing quite a bit about patches that are sent as updates to operating systems, apps and even games. However, where code is involved, a malfunction can occur. But have you ever heard of Patch for a movie?
Changing hands and uncoated furs
Since the release of the first trailer for a veteran and successful movie based on Cats (Cats), the audience received it with a slight disdain, but after the premiere last Friday it was revealed that it was not just a quirky style movie, but a film that simply did not finish the work on its special acts . Viewers of the movie on its first day reported that some of the actors’ hands alternate between cat feet and human palms and the fur of some non-Render characters (Render tongue) looks and looks like a stain.
The Hollywood Reporter reports that Universal Studios has contacted thousands of movie theaters, announcing that a new version of the movie will be waiting for them to be downloaded via satellite server (through very common content transfer in the modern movie industry), and those who do not have access to the server will receive a drive with the new copy by the day Tuesday’s Battle. Changelog’s new copy states that it will introduce “visual effects enhancements.” It is estimated that the move came following the request of the film’s director, Tom Hopper, who apparently rushed to finish work on the effects before the film’s premiere last Friday.
While films have previously been remade with enhanced effects or even changes to some scenes, as many in the Star Wars series remember, but this is the first time a movie gets an update while screened in cinemas.
Universal and Working Title (the film’s producing company) did not respond, but it would be interesting to see if this is the beginning of a trend in the film world. As Apple is rushing to release iOS 13 with the amount of bugs knowing that it can fix it with countless software updates, movie producers may prefer not to postpone the movie release knowing that they can simply update the copy while it runs in the cinema.
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