Several top movie studios realize that you don’t really like leaving your house, and they’re willing to let you watch new releases (still in theaters) from home. But to do this, they need to charge you enough to be able to share some of the revenues with theater owners. What does that mean? You could be able to rent movies a few weeks after their release as long as you’re willing to part with $25-$50. (Or the average price of a popcorn, Red Vines and Coke at the theater.)

+ That price is probably a dealstopper. But it’s not the main impediment to the success of this program. The real issue is that you can’t keep up with all the TV you need to watch.

+ Wired: How TV Opening Titles Got to Be So Damn Good.