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Gone with the Wind returns to HBO Max, but with a new warning

Gone with the Wind returns to HBO Max, but with a new warning

A couple of weeks after it was removed, HBO Max has quietly returned Gone with the Wind to its streaming service. As expected, the movie is unedited but now includes a disclaimer that warns viewers about certain problematic content before they watch. The movie was originally removed from the streaming platform after a scathing editorial over the lack of an advisory.

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HBO makes Watchmen series free, but only for this weekend

HBO makes Watchmen series free, but only for this weekend

In October 2019, HBO released the first episode in its original drama series Watchmen. The series is based on the graphic novel from Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons; it received critical praise and high viewer ratings with a total of nine episodes in the first season. If you aren't an HBO subscriber and haven't had the chance to sign up and watch, HBO has some good news for you.

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Someone at AT&T thought these DC HBO Max comic books were a good idea

Someone at AT&T thought these DC HBO Max comic books were a good idea

Here's something new for the "things nobody asked for and would never want anyway" pile: DC and WarnerMedia have teamed up to make a new comic series promoting HBO Max. Corporate team ups like this are nothing new, and indeed, Warner has been doing its best to position HBO Max as the hottest streaming service around, but we can't help but wonder if maybe HBO's marketing teams should focus on giving these ideas a little more time in the oven.

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HBO Max pulls ‘Gone with the Wind’ movie over racist content

HBO Max pulls ‘Gone with the Wind’ movie over racist content

WarnerMedia's newly launched streaming service HBO Max has pulled the classic movie Gone with the Wind from its library following a heated editorial pointing out its racist content. The decision to pull the movie is only temporary -- WarnerMedia plans to return the title to HBO Max, but when it does, it'll include a disclaimer.

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HBO Max gets a free ride on AT&T but that may not be a good thing

HBO Max gets a free ride on AT&T but that may not be a good thing

HBO Max went live at the tail end of last month, and if you're an AT&T subscriber, you'll find that streaming content from the new service doesn't count against your data cap. Specifically, streaming HBO Max over AT&T's network won't count against typical data caps for those who are metered connections, and it also won't count against the quasi-data caps on unlimited plans, where crossing a certain data usage threshold will lead to a throttled connection but not a halt to data access entirely.

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Some Sony smart TVs now support HBO Max streaming service

Some Sony smart TVs now support HBO Max streaming service

The new HBO Max streaming service finally opened to sign-ups this week, giving consumers yet another major option for watching on-demand TV shows and movies. A day after the service's launch comes a related announcement from Sony: some of its smart TVs now support the service. With this support, owners of these TVs will be able to directly download the app rather than having to use a third-party device.

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Launch day deal sees HBO Max arrive on Xfinity

Launch day deal sees HBO Max arrive on Xfinity

Comcast and WarnerMedia have inked a last-minute deal to bring HBO Max to Xfinity customers on its launch day, an abrupt turnaround after all signs had pointed to disappointment for subscribers. Going live today, HBO Max replaces HBO NOW and promises 10,000 hours of TV and movie content, along with exclusives for which WarnerMedia is footing the bill.

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There’s HBO Max bad news if you use Amazon Fire TV or Roku

There’s HBO Max bad news if you use Amazon Fire TV or Roku

HBO Max may be launching today, but there's bad news if you're using two of the most popular platforms for streaming TV and movies at home. Those with an Amazon Fire TV device or TV, or a Roku device or TV, are discovering today that they're not invited to the HBO Max party.

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HBO Max goes live: Here’s how it works with HBO NOW and HBO GO

HBO Max goes live: Here’s how it works with HBO NOW and HBO GO

HBO Max is launching today, and if you're feeling confused about how the new streaming service fits into what already seems like far too many on-demand options from HBO, you're probably not alone. HBO Max effectively replaces HBO NOW, though whether you'll automatically see that switch over depends on what platform you're using and how you currently pay.

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Zack Snyder’s Directors Cut Justice League release official – for HBO Max

Zack Snyder’s Directors Cut Justice League release official – for HBO Max

It would appear that Zack Snyder's version of the movie Justice League will finally see the light of day. Announced today by Warner Bros. Pictures and Warner Media, #ReleaseTheSnyderCut will be released in the year 2021, in full. Snyder made the news public this morning during a live commentary of the Superman movie Man of Steel.

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HBO Max reveals which original shows will arrive this summer

HBO Max reveals which original shows will arrive this summer

After months of hearing about the service, we're on the cusp of getting access to HBO Max, the new on-demand streaming service coming from WarnerMedia. The service is scheduled to launch on May 27 with a large catalog of shows, including some originals made specifically for the service. The company has taken the wraps off its second slate of originals that will be dropping later on this summer.

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HBO Max is turning Stephen King’s Throttle into an original movie

HBO Max is turning Stephen King’s Throttle into an original movie

WarnerMedia's upcoming streaming service HBO Max is working on an adaption of Throttle, a novella from the father-son writing duo Stephen King and Joe Hill. This won't be the first time either author has had their works adapted for television, though it will be the first of its kind on HBO Max. Work on the project is said to be at an early stage; it's unclear what effect the pandemic may have on production.

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