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Following a theatrical release in September, "Tenet" is now available to rent or buy through streaming services like Prime Video, Apple TV, and Vudu.
"Wonder Woman 1984" is one of the most impactful streaming releases of 2020, according to new transaction data.
Netflix, Hulu, Disney Plus, and others have seen a booming business as the pandemic has driven scores of Americans into their homes for entertainment.
The "Wonder Woman" sequel debuted simultaneously on WarnerMedia's streaming service, HBO Max, and in theaters on Friday.
HBO Max has all the regular channel's offerings, plus extra shows, movies and exclusives. Starting today, Wonder Woman 1984 goes straight to streaming on Max, the first of Warner Bros.' entire 2021 slate to do so.
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Sony Pictures saw a “bit of a boom” in interest from Hollywood creatives who want to work with a studio committed to theatrical releases, according to the company’s CEO.
The uptick in interest comes just after WarnerMedia announced its 17 movies planned for 2021 will premiere on HBO Max the same day they hit theaters. For WarnerMedia executives trying to figure out how to bolster subscribers for its new streaming service and release films in an era when the return to theaters is uncertain, the move makes sense. Plus, WarnerMedia executives will tell you they’re still committed to theatrical releases, pointing to Tenet’s release. Others in the industry will point to Tenet as a reason for the HBO Max move.
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MGM, valued at $5.5 billion, has started a formal sale process, sources told the WSJ, and interest could extend beyond traditional Hollywood players.
HBO Max has everything from the regular channel, plus extra shows, movies and exclusives. Soon, that'll include Warner Bros.' 2021 movies the same day they hit theaters. And Roku devices can finally stream it too.
The scheduled movies include Godzilla vs. Kong, The Suicide Squad, and Dune.However, the forthcoming Matt Reeves’ movie Batman is still out of the HBO Max list and is exclusive to theatres.The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has created many problems for the movie industry.It forced the movie theaters to shut down the movie theatres for an extended period.Films like Mulan and Trolls: World Tour released as a video on demand.On the other hand, despite increasing the coronavirus cases the filmmaker Christopher Nolan and Warner Bros. decided to release the big-budget science fiction movie, Tenet in theatres this September.The announcement to release most of the Warner Bros. movie on its streaming platform has received much criticism.
The incredible director Christopher Nolan shared that the franchise has never covered the movie before Batman Begins.Nolan joined the film franchise when the Cape Crusader was going through a rough time.The Batman is an American superhero movie series based on the comic books published by DC Comics.Apart from the storyline of Batman and Robin, Nolan also wanted to explore the character of Batman in reality.Batman Begins is considered the definitive origin of the superhero story that would influence the movies released after that.During an interview with Indiewire, for the promotional tour of the book The Nolan Variations written by Tom Shore, the filmmaker shared that Batman’s origin has never been told before the film Begins.Nolan said that the origin story gave the writers’ team much creative freedom to further the franchise.Nolan said that it was the right moment to tell the story he wanted to do.
A new book gave insights on Nolan’s head while also informing everyone that watching his film Inception on an iPhone is okay.I wouldn’t say it is okay to find flaws in someone, but I should say that it is the easiest thing you can do in this world.However, some continue to do so not only to the ordinary gentlemen on the ground but also to the great people of the world.Of course, Christopher Nolan is one of the great people in this world, and this time he has found himself yet again in a controversy that has refused to leave his shadows since the last decade.Are Nolan’s films too loud?Well, the volume is one of the complaints Nolan’s friends in Hollywood have brought up to him.According to the book “The Nolan’s Variations,” penned down by Tom Shone, Nolan’s peers have had many complaints about the sound mixing he uses for his films.Shone has written a book in the company of Nolan himself, and at its core, it offers a deep dive into the director’s mind, his personal life, his childhood, and how he grew up.In simple terms, the book is a biographical account that explores Nolan’s life all the way up to “Tenet” (his most recent film).In the book, you will find plenty of quotes of Nolan using which the author has tried to represent Nolan’s psychology in its most unhackneyed form.In the book, we can find Nolan’s anecdote in which he has told Shone how his peers used to come up to him and say that though they have watched his film “Interstellar,” but they have found its dialogues is inaudible.
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Cineworld is closing all its cinemas in the UK, US and Ireland this week after studios pulled major releases such as the latest James Bond film.The closure of its 128 sites in Britain will put up to 5,500 jobs at risk.The world’s second-biggest cinema operator, which employs 37,482 people across 787 venues worldwide, has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and last month posted losses of £1.3 billion.The release of the new James Bond movie, “No Time To Die”, was pushed into next year on Friday, crushing hopes for a 2020 industry rebound as rising rates of the coronavirus prompt new restrictions and keep viewers away.The Sunday Times said the London-listed company had written to prime minister Boris Johnson and culture minister Oliver Dowden to warn that the industry was becoming unviable.It warned investors on September 24 that it might need to raise more money if its sites were forced to shut again and its shares have fallen 82% this year.In July, the government promised a package of more than £1.5 billion to help the arts and culture industries forced to shut down earlier this year as a result of the pandemic.Cineworld had reopened most of its cinemas in July when lockdown measures were eased across the country.Daniel Craig’s final outing as spy James Bond will not hit big screens until next April, it was announced on Friday.No Time To Die was originally scheduled for release in April 2020, but was first pushed back to November as a result of the pandemic.A statement on the film’s official Twitter account said: “We understand the delay will be disappointing to our fans but we now look forward to sharing NO TIME TO DIE next year.”Efforts to get audiences back into theatres have proved disappointing. While bigger chains like AMC Entertainment, Cineworld and others have reopened many locations, crowds have been thin.Small and mid-sized theatre companies have said they may not survive the impact of the pandemic.Cineworld had said viewers returned to watch “Tenet”, a Christopher Nolan spy thriller that became a test case for the wider industry when it became the biggest release to open in cinemas in late August since schedules were torn up in March.But the postponement of Bond, plus delays to other big releases such as superhero movie “Black Widow” and Steven Spielberg’s “West Side Story” give cinema lovers little reason to return.Cineworld declined to comment.Related...
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The collection record of the most expensive Christopher Nolan movie, Tenet has come.According to the box office the film has collected around $300 million worldwide.Some of his great previous movies including Interstellar, Inception, and Dunkirk made a box office collection of over $500 million, and his latest movie Tenet is also doing a similar business.However, the budget of the movie was high, and the team was executing a better collection than that.But due to the global pandemic coronavirus, the performance of the film dramatically altered.Tenet did a reasonable version internationally, although the domestic box office is a little disappointing as the theatres of Los Angeles and New York are still closed.The idea was conceived by Nolan a decade ago, and he worked on the screenplay for five years.
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It is reported by several sources that Warner Bros. wanted to give Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” more time to shine thus resulting in the delay of DC tentpole Wonder Woman.December the 25th 2020 with Denis Villeneuve’s Dune still on the hinges of December the 18th release date but it is no brainer that sci-fi film will be delayed to 2021.The delay had been predicted by many box office pundits as Christopher Nolan high-budgeted film failed to garner expected numbers at the domestic box office.The stigma surrounding the pandemic has been given the reason for the slow start of Tenet so Warner Bros. has decided to provide the film with more breather so that it can pull out a good number.The exact number that Tenet has managed up until now is up for debate with Warner Bros. insisting that it is $20.2 million, but many feel including the ever-reliable IndieWire that it is less than that and is somewhere around $10 million.The film-like Tenet needed a standard release in normal circumstances to achieve the success that Christopher Nolan hoped it would get, not the staggered release it managed amidst a Pandemic.