The film industry is notorious for trying to control the information people are exposed to.
But there’s also a chance that what you’re seeing is fake.
That’s what the researchers behind a new survey are saying.
According to a report published by The Guardian, the study found that many of the movies you see on TV are produced by studios that make money by selling ads to advertisers.
The study also revealed that a significant number of the commercials on TV aren’t genuine and that, if they are, they’re often produced in China.
The report also showed that the majority of people who watched movies online were actually watching them at home.
Here’s how to tell the difference.