Tiered Movie Prices for Product Placements

We’ve reached a technological state regarding the digital manipulation of images where it is possible to spend minimal effort to “clean up” all sorts of visual details, including product labels. (In the commentary track for “The Way of the Gun,” the film’s director discusses having to remove product labels after the film was not shot according to the script; that film is several years old now, and the technology has only improved since.)

I’d pay an extra $5 for a DVD where the product placements were removed. I’d pay an extra $1 or $2 to see it in a theater that way. With digital projectors making their way into theaters, it should be straightforward enough for companies to deliver me these options…