In the year of 2020, we have watched the decline of movie theaters. Patrons complained about prices of food all the way to the condition of the theater themselves. But the pandemic ramped up this process to the point where theaters will have to close their doors. Well, the theater industry is about to take another blow and this time it comes from one of the most prominent movie studios.
Warner Brothers announced their releases for 2021 will not only be available in theaters but will also be available on HBO MAX at the same time. The price tag of HBO Max is 14.99 a month which will cut the cost of going to the theater by more than half. It will be interesting to see how this formula will play out. On Christmas day, Wonder Woman 84 will be on the streaming service at the same time as theater.
WB is looking at a brave move to keep movie fans happy. Movies dropping in 2021 include “The Little Things,” “Judas and the Black Messiah,” “Tom & Jerry,” “Godzilla vs. Kong,” “Mortal Kombat,” “Those Who Wish Me Dead,” “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It,” “In The Heights, Space Jam: A New Legacy,” “The Suicide Squad,” “Reminiscence,” “Malignant,” “Dune,” “The Many Saints of Newark,” “King Richard,” “Cry Macho” and “Matrix 4.”
I got you something ✨nice✨ this year:
🎁 The biggest movie premieres
🎁 In theaters and on HBO Max the exact same day
🎁 Beginning December 25 with #WonderWoman1984#HBOMax #WBPictureshttps://t.co/QA8MlErRYQ pic.twitter.com/VuYkTa6BGx
— Warner Bros. Pictures (@wbpictures) December 3, 2020
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