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HBO Max’s new feature film label will focus on original movies

HBO Max’s new feature film label will focus on original movies

HBO Max has teamed with Warner Bros. Pictures Group to launch a new feature film production label that'll create original movies for the streaming service. The companies are kicking things off with plans for eight to 10 'mid-budget' movies annually, enabling the service to compete with companies like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video.

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Fortnite Harley Quinn skin teased with recent Warner Bros tweet

Fortnite Harley Quinn skin teased with recent Warner Bros tweet

Epic has scored a number of major crossovers for its Fortnite battle royale game and it may have just teased the newest one in the pipeline. Coming only weeks after the company ended its major Star Wars crossover is a new tweet from Epic indicating that we may see a new skin based on the Warner Bros. character Harley Quinn. Sadly, and as expected for a teaser, Epic is withholding quite a few details.

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The first trailer for Christopher Nolan’s Tenet is here and it’s weird

The first trailer for Christopher Nolan’s Tenet is here and it’s weird

Christopher Nolan's next epic, a movie called Tenet, is arriving next year, and today we received the first trailer for it. Don't expect the trailer to clear up a whole lot about the movie's story, though - even though it's clear that Tenet will deal in time travel in some way, the most we can say with certainty after viewing this trailer is that Tenet will be another mind-bending thriller.

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Plex will add free streaming movies under new Warner Bros deal

Plex will add free streaming movies under new Warner Bros deal

Plex, the company behind the free home media server software by the same name, has penned a deal with Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution that'll bring free ad-supported content to the platform. The TV shows and movies will be made available to stream through the Plex app starting later this year, according to the company, which has steadily expanded the platform to aggregate freely available content.

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First “Joker” trailer promises Joaquin Phoenix at his creepiest

First “Joker” trailer promises Joaquin Phoenix at his creepiest

If you're not a fan of clowns, probably best not to watch. The first teaser trailer for the upcoming "Joker" movie has been released, and it's a chance to see the initial glimpses of Joaquin Phoenix playing the Gotham City super villain.

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Harry Potter: Wizards Unite gameplay revealed – What we know now

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite gameplay revealed – What we know now

Back in November, Niantic and Warner Bros. officially unveiled Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. With Niantic at the helm, we already had a decent idea of what to expect: an AR game set in the Harry Potter universe that plays at least somewhat similarly to Pokemon GO and Ingress. Today, the two companies detailed the gameplay of Wizards Unite further, telling us budding wizards what we'll be doing when the game releases later this year.

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Fortnite is getting a winter-themed retail bundle

Fortnite is getting a winter-themed retail bundle

Though Fortnite is a free-to-play digital title, Epic has clearly been hard at work figuring out ways to make the game a draw at retail stores. The first product of these efforts is the Fortnite Double Helix bundle, which packages a few in-game goodies alongside a Nintendo Switch. Today, Epic announced the next retail offering for Fortnite, and it's the result of a team up between it and Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment.

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Aquaman latest trailer is here and it’s a long one

Aquaman latest trailer is here and it’s a long one

We're just a couple of months out from the release of Aquaman, and Warner Bros decided to treat the folks at New York Comic Con to an extended look at the movie. Luckily for all of us who didn't go to New York Comic Con this year, Warner Bros isn't keeping the extended trailer exclusive to in-person attendees. The company published the trailer to YouTube shortly after it premiered at NYCC, giving us all a chance to watch it too.

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Leaked Harry Potter RPG could be what fans have been waiting for

Leaked Harry Potter RPG could be what fans have been waiting for

There have been a lot of Harry Potter games throughout the years, and overall quality has generally been hit or miss. Some Harry Potter games have been well-received by critics and fans alike, especially those in the LEGO Harry Potter series, whereas the video game adaptations of the novels have received more mixed reactions. After years of waiting, Harry Potter fans could soon be getting the big-budget offering they've been waiting for.

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Minecraft movie delayed with directorial change

Minecraft movie delayed with directorial change

How can you make a movie out of a game like Minecraft? Better yet, how long will it take to make a movie out of a game like Minecraft? Apparently much longer than originally planned. The full-length film was slated for a May 2019 release but that date is no longer on the table for the very important reason that, with less than a year to go, the film is changing hands with director and co-writer Rob McElhenney dropping out of the production.

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First Aquaman trailer revealed at SDCC

First Aquaman trailer revealed at SDCC

DC superhero Aquaman hasn't been seen since his appearance in last year's Justice League, but he's finally getting his own movie this fall. The film is also the first since Warner Bros. announced a revised approach for its franchise of DC hero film, with less focus on an interconnected universe as Marvel Studios. Director James Wan was at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend to reveal the first trailer, and it looks like Aquaman is doing all it can to avoid the dark and gloomy world of some of the recent DC films.

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See the first Godzilla: King of the Monsters trailer from SDCC

See the first Godzilla: King of the Monsters trailer from SDCC

Godzilla may not be the usual comic book hero material, but at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend the Warner Bros. panel saw the debut of the first trailer for the latest in the monster film franchise. Titled Godzilla: King of the Monsters, the movie is a sequel to the 2014 reboot of the series, and as the title implies, Godzilla will be facing off against quite a few other monsters this time around.

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