Netflix's announcement to develop a four series epic plus a mini-series event with Disney's Marvel could truly rock the distribution world. I was reminded of David Puttnam's book, "Movies and Money," where at some point he discussed distribution determining production instead of the other way around. This deal has built-in revenue all over it, since Netflix has a built-in, growing, loyal audience, and we trust production is cheaper. The mere listing on Netflix, which surpassed HBO subscriptions two weeks ago, a friend told me, has to have studios wondering what's next for distribution, or if this will simply add an avenue. My guess is the latter, that people still won't stop going to the theater.