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Here’s how much ad-supported HBO Max might cost

Here’s how much ad-supported HBO Max might cost

HBO and ads are two things that have never really been associated with one another, but that's set to change later this year. HBO and WarnerMedia parent company AT&T has indicated in the past that it will roll out an ad-supported version of HBO Max, and currently, AT&T is planning to launch that new subscription tier in June. Thanks to a new report today, we may now have an idea of how much it'll cost when it arrives.

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Space Jam A New Legacy trailer shows LeBron James in 3D and 2D

Space Jam A New Legacy trailer shows LeBron James in 3D and 2D

Today's younger generation might not be familiar with the first Space Jam movie, having premiered a quarter of a century ago. Some might not even be familiar with Warner Bros' Looney Tunes property, its characters no longer holding as much power as they did decades ago. What never fades, however, are stories of family, self-discovery, perseverance, and basketball legends. And Space Jam 2, more formally "Space Jam: A New Legacy" promises to deliver loads of those, courtesy of LeBron "King" James.

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The Suicide Squad red-band trailer is here and it’s ridiculous

The Suicide Squad red-band trailer is here and it’s ridiculous

Today is a big day for those who are looking forward to James Gunn's The Suicide Squad, because today the official red-band trailer for the film has dropped. That, of course, means that the trailer we've embedded below isn't exactly meant for young or sensitive audiences, and even though we imagine a lot of people are still working from home at the moment, it definitely isn't safe for work.

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Batman action RPG Gotham Knights hit with a delay

Batman action RPG Gotham Knights hit with a delay

Game delays haven't exactly been a rare thing in the wake of COVID-19, and now it seems that the pandemic has claimed another game. Gotham Knights, the Batman-themed action role-playing game in the works at Warner Bros Montreal has been hit with a delay, and it sounds like it's going to be a significant one, with Warner Bros announcing today that it will no longer be launching in 2021.

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New Superman Movie confirmed with Ta-Nehisi Coates, JJ Abrams

New Superman Movie confirmed with Ta-Nehisi Coates, JJ Abrams

WarnerMedia confirmed a new Superman movie is in the making. This new movie will be a reboot AND part of the DC film universe... somehow. At this point in history, anything is possible. They could release a movie that follows Superman's childhood, they could do one where Superman is a very old man... they could just pretend that it's the same Superman and use a different actor.

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Warner Bros. has ambitious plans for DC movies starting in 2022

Warner Bros. has ambitious plans for DC movies starting in 2022

Marvel dominates the superhero entertainment business, but that hasn't stopped competitor DC from attempting to get a piece of the pie. Warner Bros is looking to increase its DC Films lineup in a big way starting in 2022, with plans for movies that'll be released in theaters and others that'll drop on the streaming service HBO Max.

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Wonder Woman 3 gets fast-tracked by Warner Bros after WW84 success

Wonder Woman 3 gets fast-tracked by Warner Bros after WW84 success

Wonder Woman 1984, the movie that was repeatedly delayed before finally hitting theaters on Christmas and HBO Max for home streaming, has proven to be a bit hit for Warner Bros. Based on this success, the studio has announced that it is fast-tracking production of Wonder Woman 3, the third installment in the modern Wonder Woman franchise.

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Warner Bros plans future theatrical movies as viewers turn to HBO Max

Warner Bros plans future theatrical movies as viewers turn to HBO Max

Earlier this month, Warner Bros surprised consumers and outraged the movie industry when it announced that its feature films will hit HBO Max on the same day they premiere in theaters throughout 2021. The reason for this new strategy is clear -- the pandemic -- but it seems the company is looking to a future of traditional theatrical debuts.

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HBO Max will add DC Universe shows and other hits next month

HBO Max will add DC Universe shows and other hits next month

Back in August, DC Comics' chief creative officer Jim Lee revealed that DC Universe, the company's subscription service, would be transformed into a comics-only platform. The DC Universe shows currently available to subscribers would be making their way to HBO Max as their new streaming home, something we finally have more details about.

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HBO Max will stream every Warner Bros. 2021 movie on release day

HBO Max will stream every Warner Bros. 2021 movie on release day

Warner Bros will release all of its 2021 movies simultaneously on HBO Max, an industry-shaking decision that demonstrates just how much impact the COVID-19 pandemic continues to have on entertainment. The 2021 film slate will still get theatrical releases worldwide, Warner Bros. Pictures Group said today, however it will also be releasing them for an exclusive - and time limited - HBO Max period in the US.

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HBO Max will get 4K movies and shows starting with Wonder Woman 1984

HBO Max will get 4K movies and shows starting with Wonder Woman 1984

HBO Max will soon offer its subscribers access to TV shows and movies in 4K resolution, and it'll kick things off with the upcoming and frequently delayed movie Wonder Woman 1984. The movie was first set to premiere earlier this year but was bumped multiple times, ultimately earning itself a Christmas day theatrical release with an atypical streaming debut planned.

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Wonder Woman 1984 HBO Max debut could leave theaters hanging

Wonder Woman 1984 HBO Max debut could leave theaters hanging

The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively affected many businesses but some have been hit harder than others. Those that rely on mass gathering of people, like resorts, cruises, hotels, and theaters have seen business plummet or even disappear completely. For the theater industry, it's a double whammy with streaming services starting to eat up whatever little they have left. Warner Bros.'s decision to stream Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max on the same day it hits theaters will undoubtedly hit US theaters where it hurts the most.

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