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Dune 2 greenlit, as if there were any doubt

Dune 2 greenlit, as if there were any doubt

The first Dune movie released by Legendary and Warner Bros was given the go-ahead for a sequel. The Dune sequel, AKA Dune: Part Two, has an expected theatrical window of October 2023. This should give us just enough time to view the first movie in its entirety.

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HBO Max is getting a big three-part DC Comics documentary series

HBO Max is getting a big three-part DC Comics documentary series

WarnerMedia's HBO Max streaming service will soon be home to a big three-part documentary series detailing the history and cultural impacts of DC Comics, as well as the comic book company's origins and how it has changed over the past several decades. The new docu-series will come from Leslie Iwerks, the director behind the 2007 documentary The Pixar Story.

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The Lost Boys TV show tipped in pipeline at Warner Bros with Gen Z focus

The Lost Boys TV show tipped in pipeline at Warner Bros with Gen Z focus

Though the CW has passed on the opportunity to launch a television show based on the hit movie The Lost Boys, Warner Bros. is going forward with a new writer, according to a new report. The series will be based on the 1987 movie by the same name, though with the expected updates for a new generation of fans.

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The Matrix Resurrections trailer 1: The first Easter Eggs

The Matrix Resurrections trailer 1: The first Easter Eggs

Today we're taking a peek at the first full trailer for The Matrix Resurrections, or The Matrix 4. This trailer is all about reflections - not just resurrecting the past, but reflecting what's come before. The release date for this trailer is 9/9, and the release date for the movie is 122221, or 12/22/21, December 22nd, 2021. I've had dreams that weren't just dreams. Time to take the Red Pill.

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The Matrix 4 website recreates cult classic original

The Matrix 4 website recreates cult classic original

When The Matrix was first released, a website appeared with the title "What Is The Matrix" (dot com). Now, decades later, a new website appeared at the same URL in celebration of the release of The Matrix Resurrections. The site delivers an interactive experience that begins with the choice all new users must make - do you take the red pill, or the blue pill? If you take the blue pill, the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe.

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Warner Bros Reminiscence site uses deepfake tech to put you in the trailer

Warner Bros Reminiscence site uses deepfake tech to put you in the trailer

The soon-to-be-released science fiction movie starring Huge Jackman, Reminiscence, has one of the most unique promotional websites in the industry -- it uses 'deepfake' technology to put viewers or their loved ones in the trailer. The website also encourages viewers to engage with the content using interactive commands.

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HBO Max 2022 movie plans detailed: Pandemic influence is here to stay

HBO Max 2022 movie plans detailed: Pandemic influence is here to stay

The pandemic disrupted the movie industry in a big way and it looks like its influence is here to stay. WarnerMedia has revealed that several Warner Bros movies will be released on its HBO Max streaming service the same day they're released in theaters next year, a sort of continuation of its hybrid movie launch strategy deployed in 2021.

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Space Jam: A New Legacy promotion offers up thousands of flashy NFTs

Space Jam: A New Legacy promotion offers up thousands of flashy NFTs

Space Jam: A New Legacy, a sequel to the original 1996 movie made for the next generation of fans, will arrive in theaters and on HBO Max starting later this week. Among the promotions for the movie are tens of thousands of NFTs in the style of old-school lenticular sports cards. Though some of the NFTs are already sold out, many others remain available.

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Dune 2021 delayed again, but you won’t have to wait too long

Dune 2021 delayed again, but you won’t have to wait too long

The anticipated Dune adaptation has been delayed once again, but this time only for weeks instead of months. The movie was originally scheduled to hit theaters in December 2020, but as with many movies last year, Warner Bros. ended up bumping it several months to an October 1, 2021, release date. The movie will still arrive in October, but later than expected.

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HBO Max ad-supported tier finally launches: What to know

HBO Max ad-supported tier finally launches: What to know

Warner Media today launched an ad-supported subscription tier for its streaming service, HBO Max. This ad-supported tier has been in the works for quite some time, and now that it's here, it allows people to subsidize their subscription cost by injecting ads into the content they watch. As you might imagine, there are a few provisos that go along with the less expensive ad-supported tier, but with HBO promising fewer ads-per-hour than its competitors, it isn't all bad news.

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Rick and Morty spinoff among new Adult Swim animation plans

Rick and Morty spinoff among new Adult Swim animation plans

Adult Swim has announced four new spinoff shows based on some of its hits, including one pulled from the Rick and Morty universe. The upcoming animation, which will include Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon as executive producers, will be called The Vindicators and revolve around a group of dysfunctional superheroes.

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AT&T to combine WarnerMedia with Discovery

AT&T to combine WarnerMedia with Discovery

Verizon recently sold off its rather ill-fitting media business, which included AOL and Yahoo, to a giant Las Vegas resort owner. Now one of its biggest rivals in the telecom market is doing something similar though with a slightly different spin. AT&T is now reportedly in talks to spin off its rather large media business in a deal that could see Harry Potter and Batman on the same large ship as the Discovery Channel and Food Network.

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