With the creation of fluffies and their grow in popularity it was a matter of time until they started being used for television. Fluffy actors were an unsurprisingly profitable business idea. Fluffies are bred, raised and trained specifically to star in movies, with their owners profiting off their roles. At first, it was just minor roles in some experimental movies. Then more directors started branching out to the new opportunity. Fluffies increasingly got more roles, and the industry started growing. Eventually, a noticeable industry was established, with special premium breeders, well-known fluffy owners and a surplus of fluffy actors.
Eventually, there were too many fluffy actors for just one or two roles per movie. So, the fully fluffy cinema was created. It started with fluffy remakes of popular movies. Those remakes divided into “adapted” remakes, which were made to be more light-hearted and “fluffy-like”, and actual faithful remakes using fluffies. Soon after, there were even original fluffy movies.
Inclusion of fluffies created a divide in the cinema industry much like the one among the population. There were those who hated it (movies strictly without fluffies), those who were neutral (movies with occasional fluffies) and those who liked it (fully fluffy movies).