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Major Hollywood studios are considering offering movies to home viewers in as little as two weeks after they hit cinemas in the latest sign that major changes could be in store for the theatrical window. Warner Bros. boss Kevin Tsujihara hinted at changes in the windowing process at an investor conference in Arizona on Tuesday, saying the studio was working with cinema chains to change the windowing process — but was prepared to do something either way. A Universal spokesman told TheWrap the studio is “having discussions with exhibitors about shortening the release window.” A source close to Warner Bros. told TheWrap Tsujihara was clear about his intentions at the Arizona conference.