What will the world of entertainment look like in 2030? If the medical advances we told you about earlier this week take place, Sumner Redstone could still be at the helm of Viacom at age 107 but his product will look very different.
Forget Imax theaters, your smart home will hold the best real-life, interactive and on demand entertainment. And these devices will start playing at the sound of your voice.
Also, you’ll never walk alone. In the future you’ll keep in touch with your cell phone's two-way video while downloading "Iron Man 8" in milliseconds.
Couch potatoes could even become a thing of the past. Devices like Nintendo's "Wii Fit" will evolve into a 3D virtual personal trainers making exercise fun and entertaining.
And speaking of entertaining, here are the hot trades on Hollywood's future.
Stick with Disney , says Jeff Macke. They’re a great content provider and content will still be king in 2030.
I like EMC Corp for virtual storage, says Guy Adami
Check out Cypress Semicondictor , adds Pete Najarianbecause they make programmable chips that will be at the heart of the future of entertainment.
Look at Pepsi , says Karen Finerman. No matter what people watch they will always want snacks with movies.
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